Server Management

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Gilbert Held
CRC Press, Mar 22, 2000 - Computers - 720 pages
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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Contents

The Role of the Server
1
Chapter 1 The ClientServer Architecture
3
Chapter 2 The Server at the Heart of Your Business
15
Chapter 3 What Does a Server DO? A General Overview
25
Chapter 4 The Case for Mainframe Servers in the Enterprise
45
Server Functionality
59
Chapter 5 Server Issues and Trends 2000
63
Chapter 6 Specifying Servers Based on Needs and Growth
75
Chapter 29 Print Servers and Network Printing
367
Chapter 30 Fax Servers
379
Chapter 31 Remote Access Concepts
385
Chapter 32 Communication Servers
399
Chapter 33 Internet Mail Server Overview
409
Chapter 34 An Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Server
419
Chapter 35 Virtual Server Overview
441
Chapter 36 TexttoSpeech Server Overview
449

Chapter 7 Consolidated Server Overview
83
Chapter 8 Server Installation Considerations
93
Chapter 9 The Business of Managing Distributed Systems
101
Chapter 10 Including End Users in the Planning of Integrated Systems Development
115
Chapter 11 Business Continuity in the Distributed Environment
127
Chapter 12 Developing ClientServer RDBMS Applications Using Java Servelets and JDBC
143
Hardware
169
Chapter 13 Server Memory
171
Chapter 14 CPUs
187
Chapter 15 Server Data Bus Structures
197
Chapter 16 The RAID Advantage
207
Chapter 17 Multiprocessing Servers
217
Chapter 18 Super ServersOne Step Beyond
225
Network Operating Systems
229
Chapter 19 NetWare 3x
233
Chapter 20 intraNetWare Overview
249
Chapter 21 Migrating to intraNetWare 4x and Novell Directory Services
259
Chapter 22 WIndows NT Architecutre
289
Chapter 23 Windows NT Workstation vs Server 40
297
Focus on Windows NT
305
Chapter 25 A Look At Linux
315
Chapter 26 With Linux and Big Brother Watching over Your Network You Dont Have to Look over Your Shoulder or Your Budget
335
Chapter 27 Changing Server Operating Systems
345
Chapter 28 UNIX as an Application Server
353
Application Servers
363
Chapter 37 CDROM Servers
459
Chapter 38 Choosing and Equipping an Internet Server
485
Server Performance
497
Chapter 39 Selecting a Web Server Connection Rate
499
Chapter 40 Working with Images in ClinetServer Environments
507
Chapter 41 Working with NTs Performance Monitor
515
Security
525
Chapter 42 Server Security Policies
527
Chapter 43 Security and Resource Sharing in an NT Environment
539
Chapter 44 Windows NT Access Security
549
Chapter 45 Evaluating AntiVirus Solutions Within Distributed Environments
561
Server AddOns and Troubleshooting Methodologies
577
The Practical Solution to the CostofOwnership Crisis
579
Chapter 47 InventoryCornerstone Technology for Managing the Network
589
Chapter 48 Software Distribution
605
A Primer
619
Chapter 50 Network Data and Storage Management Techniques
629
Chapter 51 Acquiring and Using a UPS System
645
Resolution Methodologies
653
The Server Environment
665
About the Editor
681
Index
683
Back cover
707
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