Finally, a book that gets past the basics to show how to utilize Linux in the enterprise As the first operating system to seriously take on Windows, Linux is in use at major corporations like Xerox and Kodak, and top-tier vendors like Intel and IBM are helping transform Linux into a viable system for the enterprise market. Now, with this down-to-earth, real-world book, popular Wiley author Stephen Asbury dispels the myths that Linux is a 'hacker's' system and provides programmers and developers with 10 enterprise-ready applications. Asbury shows how to: build a Linux firewall, integrate Linux with Beowulf, create LDAP and other directories, use MySQL for database programming, build Java applications and messaging servers, and much more. For each application, the book clearly lists all the tools required, discusses exactly what knowledge is assumed, and then demonstrates step- by-step the entire building process.CD-ROM contains complete code for all 10 projects as well as MySQL, Red Hat Linux, and Beowulf software.
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Subtítulo: HOW TO BUILD 10 DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS FOR YOUR