Monday, December 28, 2009

Solaris System Management

Philcox J., Wall S, "Solaris System Management"
New Riders Publishing | 2001 | ISBN: 073571018X | 320 pages | CHM | 1,9 MB

Describes and clarifies the role of Solaris system manager, focusing on the critical elements needed to make 'architectural' decisions. Shows how to use Solaris tools to monitor the system, ensure safety and robustness, and enhanced quality of service. Also features ways to manage core infrastructure services and save resources through integration with PC networks.

From the Back Cover

Solaris System Management provides the system manager with the information they need to make the critical, higher level, "architectural" decisions such as large project rollouts and their impact.

Philcox addresses the specific needs of the system manager working in a Solaris environment focusing on task-oriented solutions for the critical decision this demanding job requires.

For example, the book covers how to work through the decision of upgrading to a new version of the OS involving many complex issues.

Other examples included managing core infrastructure services, balancing security with distributed name, and meeting the customer's needs and priorities or Service Level Agreements (SLAs).



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