Server management / editor, Gilbert Held.

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Book
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English
Published/​Created
Boca Raton, FL : Auerbach, 2000.
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1 online resource (722 p.)

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This single-volume desktop reference provides comprehensive information on all server issues - featuring contributions from experts in the field. Engineers for system vendors, systems integrators, major resellers, end-users, and representatives from Hewlett-Packard, Novell, IBM, Compaq, Microsoft, and NEC share their ideas and experience on such topics as client/server distributed processing; the advent of more powerful, sophisticated servers; server dependability; server performance; and more.
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Includes index.
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English
Contents
  • Front cover; Contributors; Introduction; Acknowledgments; Contents; Section I: The Role of the Server; Chapter 1. The Client/Server Architecture; Chapter 2. The Server at the Heart of Your Business; Chapter 3. What Does a Server DO? A General Overview; Chapter 4. The Case for Mainframe Servers in the Enterprise; Section II: Server Functionality; Chapter 5. Server Issues and Trends, 2000; Chapter 6. Specifying Servers Based on Needs and Growth; Chapter 7. Consolidated Server Overview; Chapter 8. Server Installation Considerations; Chapter 9. The Business of Managing Distributed Systems
  • Chapter 10. Including End Users in the Planning of Integrated Systems DevelopmentChapter 11. Business Continuity in the Distributed Environment; Chapter 12. Developing Client/Server RDBMS Applications Using Java Servelets and JDBC; Section III: Hardware; Chapter 13. Server Memory; Chapter 14. CPUs; Chapter 15. Server Data Bus Structures; Chapter 16. The RAID Advantage; Chapter 17. Multiprocessing Servers; Chapter 18. Super Servers-One Step Beyond; Section IV: Network Operating Systems; Chapter 19. NetWare 3.x; Chapter 20. intraNetWare Overview
  • Chapter 21. Migrating to intraNetWare 4.x and Novell Directory ServicesChapter 22. WIndows NT Architecutre; Chapter 23. Windows NT Workstation vs. Server 4.0; Chapter 24. Evaluating Client/Server Operating Systems: Focus on Windows NT; Chapter 25. A Look At Linux; Chapter 26. With Linux and Big Brother Watching over Your Network, You Don't Have to Look over Your Shoulder (or Your Budget); Chapter 27. Changing Server Operating Systems; Chapter 28. UNIX as an Application Server; Section V: Application Servers; Chapter 29. Print Servers and Network Printing; Chapter 30. Fax Servers
  • Chapter 31. Remote Access ConceptsChapter 32. Communication Servers; Chapter 33. Internet Mail Server Overview; Chapter 34. An Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Server; Chapter 35. Virtual Server Overview; Chapter 36. Text-to-Speech Server Overview; Chapter 37. CD-ROM Servers; Chapter 38. Choosing and Equipping an Internet Server; Section VI: Server Performance; Chapter 39. Selecting a Web Server Connection Rate; Chapter 40. Working with Images in Clinet/Server Environments; Chapter 41. Working with NT's Performance Monitor; Section VII: Security; Chapter 42. Server Security Policies
  • Chapter 43. Security and Resource Sharing in an NT EnvironmentChapter 44. Windows NT Access Security; Chapter 45. Evaluating Anti-Virus Solutions Within Distributed Environments; Section VIII: Server Add-Ons and Troubleshooting Methodologies; Chapter 46. Software Management: The Practical Solution to the Cost-of-Ownership Crisis; Chapter 47. Inventory-Cornerstone Technology for Managing the Network; Chapter 48. Software Distribution; Chapter 49. Fault Tolerance Protection and RAID Technology for Networks: A Primer; Chapter 50. Network Data and Storage Management Techniques
  • Chapter 51. Acquiring and Using a UPS System
ISBN
  • 0-429-11486-9
  • 1-281-24418-X
  • 9786611244187
  • 1-4200-3106-6
OCLC
  • 475987400
  • 45798821
Doi
  • 10.1201/9781420031065
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