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Handbook of heterogeneous networking. 1999

Author: Raj Rajgopal
Publisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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"Here is all the practical, hands-on information you need to build, manage and maintain a heterogeneous computing environment with hardware, software, and network equipment from a number of different vendors. Packed with real-world case studies and proven techniques for integrating disparate platforms, operating systems and servers, Handbook of Heterogeneous Computing is a one-stop, non-nonsense guide that shows you  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raj Rajgopal
ISBN: 9781351072625 1351072625 9781351081078 1351081071 9781351097970 1351097970
OCLC Number: 1031046787
Notes: Originally published 1999 by CRC Press. Reissued 2018 by CRC Press.
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : illustrations
Contents: Part, SECTION II: PORTING AND DEVELOPING APPUCATIONS IN A HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENT --
chapter 1 A Brief History of LAN Operating Systems --
chapter 2 Assessing Desktop Operating Systems --
chapter 3 Evaluating Client/Server Operating Systems: Focus on Windows --
chapter 4 Transitioning to Windows NT --
chapter 5 Porting Issues Due to Operating System Differences --
chapter 6 Porting Applications between Heterogeneous EnvironmentsfRewriting Applications --
chapter 7 Porting GUI Programs --
chapter 8 Visual Basic and Object-Oriented Development --
chapter 9 Developing New Applications in a Heterogeneous Environment --
chapter 10 Accessing Windows Applications from UNIX and Vice Versa --
chapter 11 Developing Workstation-Based Client/Server Applications --
chapter 12 Using Middleware for Interoperable Systems --
chapter 13 Implementing OLE on Non.Windows Platforms Using ObjectBroker --
chapter 14 Comparing Object.Oriented Development and Component-Based Development Using Visual Basic, Powerbuilder, and Visual C++ --
chapter 15 Java Application Development Including Database and Network Integration --
chapter 16 Using Java for Application Development and Comparison with CGI/PERL. --
part, SECTION III: DFSKTOPS IN A HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENT --
chapter 17 Enterprise Desktops and Emulators --
chapter 18 Desktop Evolution Driving Connectivity Technologies --
chapter 19 Considerations for Implementing Corporate Intranets --
chapter 20 The Mainframe as Enterprise Server --
chapter 21 Managing Applications on the Network --
part, SECTION IV: DATA ACCESS IN A HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENT --
chapter 22 Equivalent Features of DB2, Oracle, Sybase, and Ingres --
chapter 23 Distributed Databases --
chapter 24 Publishing Database Information on the World Wide Web --
chapter 25 Heterogeneous Network File and Print Access --
chapter 26 Using CORBA to Integrate Database Systems --
chapter 27 Accessing Multiple Databases Using Federated Databases --
chapter 28 Database Interoperability: From Federated Database to a Mobile Federation --
chapter 29 Database Gateways and Interoperability --
chapter 30 Managing Multiple Databases Across Heterogeneous Hardware and Software Systems --
chapter 31 Object-Relational DB2 --
chapter 32 Legacy Data Conversion --
part, SECTION V: SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION IN A HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENT --
chapter 33 NetWare Considerations --
chapter 34 Configuring Windows NT clients in a NetWare Environment --
chapter 35 Comparing Windows NT and UNIX System Administration --
chapter 36 Managing Distributed Network Systems Using Single Sign-on, Password Synchronization, and the Authentication Server --
chapter 37 Managing Heterogeneous Environments --
chapter 38 Business Continuity in the Distributed Environment --
chapter 39 Controlling a Multivendor Environment --
chapter 40 The Help Desk in a Distributed Environment --
chapter 41 Job Scheduling in the Open Systems Environment --
chapter 42 Multiple Protocols: The Network Manager's Headache --
chapter 43 Managing Multivendor Networks Using DEC's Polycenter Framework --
chapter 44 Managing Multivendor Networks Using Hewlett-Packard's OpenView --
part, SECTION VI: COMMUNICATIONS IN A HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENT --
chapter 45 The Essentials of Enterprise Networking --
chapter 46 High-Speed Services for LAN Interconnection --
chapter 47 Enterprise Network Monitoring and Analysis --
chapter 48 Multicast Network Infrastructures --
chapter 49 Internetworking at the Physical and Data Link Layers --
chapter 50 Planning, Designing, and Optimization of Enterprise Networks --
chapter 51 Distributed Network Support and Control --
chapter 52 Comparing Popular E-mail Systems --
chapter 53 E-mail and Internet in Heterogeneous Environments --
chapter 54 Managing Coexisting SNA and LAN Internetworks --
chapter 55 SNA-LAN Integration Strategies --
chapter 56 SNA Over Frame Relay --
chapter 57 Operating a Network Manager's Help Desk in a Heterogeneous Environment --
chapter 58 An Expert Operating System That Manages Multi-Network Communications --
part, SECTION VII: SECURIlY IN A HETEROGENEOUS ENVIRONMENT --
chapter 59 Windows NT Server Security Features --
chapter 60 UNIX Security Features --
chapter 61 Software Tools for Detecting Misuse on UNIX Systems --
chapter 62 Novell NetWare 4X Security --
chapter 63 AS/400 Security Controls --
chapter 64 Implementing Kerberos in Distributed Systems --
chapter 65 E-mail Security Using Pretty Good Privacy --
chapter 66 An Introduction to Internet Security and Firewall Policies --
chapter 67 Applets and Network Security --
chapter 68 Oracle Database Security --
chapter 69 Relational Database Access Controls Using SQL --
part, SECTION VIII: DISTRIBUTED HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS --
chapter 70 Developments and Challenges in Distributed Data Communications Management Systems --
chapter 71 Distributed Processing for Distributed Databases --
chapter 72 Securing Distributed Data Networks --
chapter 73 Managing Distributed Computing --
part, SECTION IX: Implementing Heterogeneous Systems --
chapter 74 Solution Selection Factors and Guidelines --
chapter 76 Evaluating Vendor Support Policies --
chapter 77 WAN Network Integration: A Case Study --
chapter 78 Remote LAN/WAN Connections: A Case Study --
chapter 79 Frame Relay in an IBM Environment --
chapter 80 Turning Host Developers into Object Technicians --
part, SECTION X: AUDITING SYSTEMS --
chapter 81 Auditing Windows NT LANs --
chapter 82 Auditing UNIX: General, Log-in, and Superuser Security --
chapter 83 Auditing UNIX: Security Issues, Change Control, and Disaster Recovery.
Responsibility: Raj Rajagopal, editor.

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"Here is all the practical, hands-on information you need to build, manage and maintain a heterogeneous computing environment with hardware, software, and network equipment from a number of different vendors. Packed with real-world case studies and proven techniques for integrating disparate platforms, operating systems and servers, Handbook of Heterogeneous Computing is a one-stop, non-nonsense guide that shows you how to: * port and develop applications in a heterogeneous environment* manage desktops, data access, communications, and security in a heterogeneous environment* and build distributed heterogeneous systems What is best for your installation? Should you standardize on the Windows environment for both production applications and office applications? Should you adopt the Windows NT workstation as a standard desktop and use Windows NT as the network operating system? Handbook of Heterogeneous Computing details the advantages and disadvantages of these and other approaches. The book also explains: * the arts of porting and developing applications in a heterogeneous environment using Java, CGI/Perl, and other tools * how to build interfaces with mainframe legacy systems * how to use CORBA to integrate distributed database systems while at the same time managing database gateways and interoperability * how to manage interlan switching, multicast networking structures, SNA-LAN integration, and all aspects of enterprise networks * and how to use Kerberos, firewalls, PGP, RSA public keys, and other tools to assure security in heterogeneous environments. Heterogeneous computing is here to stay. It is therefore up to corporate end-users to make competing products fit into their environments efficiently, effectively and economically. Handbook of Heterogeneous Computing gives you t"--Provided by publisher.

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