Handbook of Heterogeneous Networking

1st Edition

Raj Rajgopal

Auerbach Publications
Published November 29, 2017
Reference - 1350 Pages
ISBN 9781315893525 - CAT# K347729

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Summary

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

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