Breaking the Availability Barrier: Survivable Systems for Enterprise Computing

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Computers - 396 pages

"Certainly we all have a past...something we are trying to outrun or escape," Officer Nicholas Watson says to a distraught Jessica as they each fight for their own freedom.

An entire platoon is violently taken hostage in Iraq and only Nicholas makes it out alive, but not without a price.

Jessica has spent her entire life running from a past she can't seem to forget. They come together as a nurse and patient, resulting in a whirlwind romance that will forever alter their lives.

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Another comprehensive offering from a team well versed in aspects of Enterprise Computing Survivability. Mr. Holenstein, Drs' Highleyman and Holenstein lend their expertise to the reader and walk them thru an in-depth review of indestructible computing solutions. The three gentlemen draw on a vast group of individuals and knowledge to create an excellent read. This volume is packed with detailed explanation, best practices, solutions and for those so inclined, the mathematics to back it up. This is required reading for System Administrators and Business Continuity planners in any stage of an Enterprise project. While geared mainly towards HP NonStop Users this book is of important reference value to anyone deploying survivable enterprise solutions. This work is a highly prized part of my library. 

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