The Basics of Networking Concepts - Family Networks and Peer Networks

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We live in a world, where connections drive us and dictate how far a person would go in life; plenty of time, we believe that we don’t need certain people.

However, we need every one, who is around us, even when we believe that person, don’t bring any type of value to our lives, except the fact that we are the ones, helping them, we need those people too; why because through those people, we become better leaders.

In today’s article we are going to talk about the basics of networking, which exist in many parts of our lives.

If you don’t already know this, everywhere you look, you will see a network, and this is because any data, which does not involve network, is useless to people.

Computer networks, allow us to share information and resources, similar to the human network, which we are all a part of.

The reliance on networks, is seen even more in businesses than in homes or schools, because a business needs to make their data available to users for the purpose of doing work for the business.

Individuals and business are able to save money and create income, through the help of networks.

Even under developed nations, have the need to add networked components throughout their homes.

The individual and business who uses networked systems, have an advantage over those, who don’t use the power of network systems, because they can function and do business at a higher level, than those individuals and business who don’t use network systems.

Networks can be related to situations and concepts, and working on them hands on, would give a network designer the ability to learn the ropes of networking.

Two or more entities and objects are indeed needed to form a network, so that these object are able to share resources and information.

Not all networks involve computer, and many of us encounter these networks on a daily basis, to work with them.

A fundamental aspect of networking is sharing resources and information among objects of the same network.

We can see network playing a role in the family, where people share their resource and information to each other.

In a family, even the younger family member is able to share information, with the rest of the family.

A family network will grow depending on how much the family grow.

Outside of the family, there is also another type of network known as peer network, which is where there is a community, who offers a lot more information and resources, which the family could ever provide.

In a peer network, people may help each other with loaning a hammer to a neighbor, carpooling and help each other with work.

There is also the restaurant network, in which the client and the server are the objects in this type of setting.

Any type of human network will involve a lot of giving and taking, which is why the restaurant setting is a good example to demonstrate how networks really work, in the computer world.

Many of us are very aware of the relationships between object in a network, however we don’t know we possess such knowledge, because we encounter networks everywhere we go in life.

Thank you, reading this network!!!

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Hernando Cadet

Hi every one, I obtained a bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics back in 2006, from Claflin University, after I received my bachelor's degree, I gained full time employment as a software engineer at a Video Relay Service company, maintaining databases and developing software for a new developed device called the VPAD.

I worked at that company for two years, then I became a web developer, and worked for a magazine for three years. After that job, I worked as a Drupal web developer, as a subcontractor for the NIH, for a year and then left the job to go back to school.

Hernando Cadet

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