Autor(en): Syed AliVerlag / Herausgeber: APRESSSprache: ENFormat: PDF / Adobe Drmean/isbn: 9781484205112 / 978-1-484-20511-2Warengruppe: Nonbooks, PBS / Informatik, EDV/Informatik (9632)Ähnliche Produkte: 9781484205129
Practical Linux InfrastructureTaschenbuchvon Syed AliEAN: 9781484205129Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertBeilage: BookErscheinungsjahr: 2014Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 320Abbildungen: BibliographieMaße: 461 x 237 x 22 mmAutor: Syed AliIT, Edv, Lexika, The
Practical Linux Infrastructure: Syed Ali
Practical Linux Infrastructure:1st ed. Syed Ali
Erscheinungsdatum: 20.12.2014Medium: TaschenbuchEinband: Kartoniert / BroschiertTitel: Practical Linux InfrastructureAutor: Ali, SyedVerlag: Apress L.p. // APRESSImprint: aPressSprache: EnglischSchlagworte: EDV // Theorie // Programmieren // Allge
Implement a Soho or SMB Linux infrastructure to expand your business and associated IT capabilities. Backed by the expertise and experienced guidance of the authors, this book provides everything you need to move your business forward.Pro Linux System Adm
If you´ve ever wondered how Linux carries out the complicated tasks assigned to it by the IP protocols - or if you just want to learn about modern networking through real-life examples - Understanding Linux Network Internals is for you. Like the popular O´Reilly book, Understanding the Linux Kernel, this book clearly explains the underlying concepts and teaches you how to follow the actual C code that implements it. Although some background in the TCP/IP protocols is helpful, you can learn a great deal from this text about the protocols themselves and their uses. And if you already have a base knowledge of C, you can use the book´s code walkthroughs to figure out exactly what this sophisticated part of the Linux kernel is doing. Part of the difficulty in understanding networks - and implementing them - is that the tasks are broken up and performed at many different times by different pieces of code. One of the strengths of this book is to integrate the pieces and reveal the relationships between far-flung functions and data structures. Understanding Linux Network Internals is both a big-picture discussion and a no-nonsense guide to the details of Linux networking. Topics include: - Key problems with networking - Network interface card (NIC) device drivers - System initialization - Layer 2 (link-layer) tasks and implementation - Layer 3 (IPv4) tasks and implementation - Neighbor infrastructure and protocols (ARP) - Bridging - Routing - ICMP Author Christian Benvenuti, an operating system designer specializing in networking, explains much more than how Linux code works. He shows the purposes of major networking features and the trade-offs involved in choosing one solution over another. A large number of flowcharts and other diagrams enhance the book´s understandability.
The first barrier that a new Linux user has to face is the overwhelming number of flavors that this operating system has. These flavors are commonly known as distros (from distribution), and to date there are more than three hundred active distros to choose from. So, how to choose one? You can choose the most popular at the moment, or take heed of what your friend says, but are you sure that this is the one that you need? Making the wrong decision on this matter is behind a good number of disappointments with this operating system. You need to choose the distro that is right for you and your needs. Introducing Linux Distros teaches you the pros and the cons of the most frequently used distros in order to find the one that is right for you. You will explore each distro step by step, so that you dont have to endure hours of web surfing, countless downloads, becoming confused by new concepts and, in the worst cases, reading complex and marathon installation guides. You will benefit from the authors long-term experience working with each distro hands on, enabling you to choose the best distro for your long-term needs. Linux offers us a wonderful open source alternative to proprietary software, and using Introducing Linux Distros you can decide how to best make it work for you. Start exploring the open source world today. Jose Dieguez Castro is a senior systems administrator, currently working as a freelance consultant. Joe has worked on a wide range of projects, from small to large infrastructures in both the private and public sector. When he is asked about his specialty, he answers: To get the job done. He also likes to think of himself as a developer who cares too much about free software. Photography, sports, music, and reading are the way he frees his mind from work.
UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook, Fifth Edition is today´s definitive guide to installing, configuring and maintaining any Unix or Linux system -- including the systems that provide core Internet and cloud infrastructure. Now fully updated for today´s Linux distributions and cloud environments, it details best practices for every facet of system administration, including storage management, network design and administration, web hosting and scale-out, automation, configuration management, performance analysis, virtualization, DNS, security, management of IT service organizations, and much more. For modern system and network administrators, this edition contains indispensable new coverage of cloud deployments, continuous delivery, Docker and other containerization solutions, and much more.
Learn the basics of do-it-yourself ZFS storage on Linux. This book delivers explanations of key features and provides best practices for planning, creating and sharing your storage. ZFS as a file system simplifies many aspects of the storage administrators day-to-day job and solves a lot of problems that administrators face, but it can be confusing. Introducing ZFS on Linux addresses some of these issues and shows you how to resolve them. This book explains the technical side of ZFS, through planning the hardware list to planning the physical and logical layout of the storage. What Youll Learn Understand the gains ZFS gives system and storage administrators and utilize its features Install and configure ZFS software Create and maintain ZFS pool Administer ZFS storage, including sharing Who This Book is For This book is ideal for those who already have experience working with Linux systems but want to understand the bare basics of ZFS before moving further. Damian Wojslaw has been a Linux/Unix system administrator since 1997 and got his first professional sysop job in 2001. Since then he has worked as a systems administrator or working on an infrastructure for developers in other ways: as a release manager or support engineer. Damian first implemented DIY ZFS storage in 2006 and has been working professionally and personally with this file system. Between 2012 and 2015 he installed and supported storage arrays sold by the SDS company and in 2016 he began supporting ZFS on Ubuntu alongside other products Canonical delivers to its customers. He speaks at conferences and most recently presented on this subject at SCaLE 15x.