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I felt compelled to reach out to 1E directly to ask some questions of my own and I am glad I did. Before we get started, I want to make a few things perfectly clear: I am not a paid blogger for 1E and 1E did not pay me to say anything contained in this post The contents of this article are in no way intended to disrespect or marginalize the fine people and products of Adaptiva software, a well-respected System Center ISV partner.
I have no financial motivation whatsoever in this endeavor. However, disagreement, discussion and debate amongst fellow community members are healthy aspects of community.
My primary purposes here are education and a return to respectful dialogue. How would you feel if someone maligned your masterpiece? It ensures fairness to the ISV partners competing for your organizations business in allowing them to tell their own stories, and at the same time, benefits your company through the acquisition of knowledge in the evaluation process.
In the end, this ensures the best solution for your organization is selected. Excerpt from blog post: Will it eliminate all my Distribution Points? OneSite server acquires packages directly from the Site server, and serves out the first copy directly to the first client.
All subsequent downloads are from one client to another. Nomad elects one client as the Master client for each subnet, which must have a DP available from which it copies packages.
While Nomad will require at least 1 DP in the environment, that role could be added to the site server so that no additional servers are required.
Having multiple DPs at least a few in an environment it mitigates the risk of a single point of failure. There are many reasons to still have a handful of servers such as the just described fault tolerance or internet facing client scenarios. Would you poke a hole in your firewall creating a potential security risk for a minimal reduction in server count?
Also, how well does a single content server scale for organizations with many hundreds or thousands of locations? Nomad does reduce server count and without creating a single point of failure.
Can it prevent WAN congestion? OneSite — Yes, monitors routers to prevent congestion Nomad — No, uses a ping method that reacts to congestion after it has occurred OneSite works by measuring the length of data queues on the routers and sends a chunk of data only when the queue is nearly empty.
This prevents network congestion even before it happens. According to 1E, Nomad clients ping the DP after every 4 seconds and slow down their copying if the responses get delayed. Usually pings get across the WAN very easily.
If pings are getting delayed, it is a strong sign that network congestion has already happened.
This description of how Nomad performs its throttling is incorrect. Nomad looks at each block of data in a packet to evaluate the entire end-to-end bandwidth.
Nomad will automatically throttle up or down in immediate response to the needs of business traffic. This compressed copy is then sent across the WAN. Nomad Master clients copy full expanded packages directly from the DP, so there is no compression.
Package content is often already compressed.
Whether the installation source is in MSI format, cab files, or files contained within a setup. In my view, recompressing already compressed content produces very minimal gains as far as size reduction — typically in the single digit percentages.
The process of compression increases the amount of time before package content is available and produces an unnecessary resource strain on the server performing the compression as the process is very CPU intensive. However, Nomad does support the use of the Remote Differential Compression feature of ConfigMgr to ensure that only necessary bit level deltas of data traverse the WAN.
Can it do byte level differencing? OneSite — Yes, automatically performs byte level differencing Nomad — No, there is no byte level differencing Byte level differencing is especially useful for images. In my testing, when I added some files to an image, OneSite automatically sent out only a small diff file instead of sending the whole image.Business Insider reports: full statement (emphasis added).
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