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Web Services and types of data storage infrastructures

This solution provides the learner with an understanding of the concept of web services and further provides an explanation on the two primary types of data storage infrastructures: storage area networks (SAN) and network area storage (NAS). The solution further explains the difference between these two IT infrastructure components to include what they have in common.

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The term Web Services refers to the different technologies available on the marketplace today that allow for making connections through Internet. In particular, web services help to draw and attract visitors to ones website. Web Services enables data integration across the Internet and all corporate networks worldwide. Web Services consist of a common, standard data language that all major hardware and software companies such as Microsoft and IBM along with others adhere too so that software, protocols, and applications ...

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This solution provides the learner with an understanding of the concept of web services and further provides an explanation on the two primary types of data storage infrastructures: storage area networks (SAN) and network area storage (NAS). The solution further explains the difference between these two IT infrastructure components to include what they have in common.

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