Enterprise Linux at Work: How to Build 10 Distributed Applications for Your Organization First Edition

Take the hands-on approach to incorporating Linux in your enterprise The first operating system to give Microsoft Windows a serious run for its money, Linux is ready for the enterprise. Major corporations such as Xerox and Kodak use Linux to run their networks, and top vendors such as Intel and IBM have also lined up to help transform Linux into a viable system for the enterprise market. Now, author Stephen Asbury dispels the myth that Linux is a hacker’s system and provides programmers and developers with everything they need to build 10 ready-to-run enterprise applications that address the most important issues facing corporate programmers today. Unlike others out there, this book goes beyond the definitions and concepts found in typical reference books and actually shows you how to use Linux in 10 real-world enteprise scenarios. With each project, Asbury explains how to combine Linux with the technologies and languages you need to build working distributed applications today. You’ll learn how to use Java, C/C++, and Perl to program applications that work with technologies such as Apache, CORBA, XML, Java Messaging, MySQL, and LDAP on the Linux platform. Each project provides a real-world scenario, and lists the tools and skills you need to build: * An online catalog system * A Java-based Web page scripting engine * A Web-based bug tracking system * A CORBA-based course registration framework and server * A JNDI service provider * A messaging server * An XML data backup utility * A Java performance toolkit * A parallel program The CD-ROM contains all the tools you’ll need to complete the projects including: * Complete code for all 10 projects * JacORB 1.0 beta 14 * Apache JServ 1.0 * MICO 2.3.0 * MySQL for Linux * Open LDAP 1.2.1 * PVM 3.4.2-Parallel Virtual Machine System * IBM(r)’s alphaWorks XML Parser for Java(TM) 2.0.9 * IBM(r)’s VisualAge(r) for Java(TM), Entry Edition for Linux, Version 3.0 * Trial Version of IBM(r) WebSphere(TM) Application Server V2.03, Standard Edition forLinux * Links to additional tools and resources Visit our Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/

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Take the hands-on approach to incorporating Linux in your enterprise The first operating system to give Microsoft Windows a serious run for its money, Linux is ready for the enterprise. Major corporations such as Xerox and Kodak use Linux to run their networks, and top vendors such as Intel and IBM have also lined up to help transform Linux into a viable system for the enterprise market. Now, author Stephen Asbury dispels the myth that Linux is a hacker’s system and provides programmers and developers with everything they need to build 10 ready-to-run enterprise applications that address the most important issues facing corporate programmers today. Unlike others out there, this book goes beyond the definitions and concepts found in typical reference books and actually shows you how to use Linux in 10 real-world enteprise scenarios. With each project, Asbury explains how to combine Linux with the technologies and languages you need to build working distributed applications today. You’ll learn how to use Java, C/C++, and Perl to program applications that work with technologies such as Apache, CORBA, XML, Java Messaging, MySQL, and LDAP on the Linux platform. Each project provides a real-world scenario, and lists the tools and skills you need to build: * An online catalog system * A Java-based Web page scripting engine * A Web-based bug tracking system * A CORBA-based course registration framework and server * A JNDI service provider * A messaging server * An XML data backup utility * A Java performance toolkit * A parallel program The CD-ROM contains all the tools you’ll need to complete the projects including: * Complete code for all 10 projects * JacORB 1.0 beta 14 * Apache JServ 1.0 * MICO 2.3.0 * MySQL for Linux * Open LDAP 1.2.1 * PVM 3.4.2-Parallel Virtual Machine System * IBM(r)’s alphaWorks XML Parser for Java(TM) 2.0.9 * IBM(r)’s VisualAge(r) for Java(TM), Entry Edition for Linux, Version 3.0 * Trial Version of IBM(r) WebSphere(TM) Application Server V2.03, Standard Edition forLinux * Links to additional tools and resources Visit our Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/

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Paperback

448 pages

Publisher

Wiley; First Edition edition (February 23, 2000)

Language

English

ISBN-10

9780471363491

ISBN-13

978-0471363491

Product Dimensions

7.4 x 1 x 9.1 inches

Shipping Weight

1.8 pounds ()

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Author

Stephen Asbury

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