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Windows 2000 Clustering and Load Balancing Handbook
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Windows 2000 Clustering and Load Balancing Handbook (Paperback)

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IT professionals attempting to build robust, high-performance clustered systems with Microsoft technology desperately need authoritative guidance written from the perspective of real, hands-on implementers. Windows 2000 Clustering and Load Balancing Handbook has what they've been searching for. Simple enough for newcomers, thorough enough for those experienced with Windows clusters, it's full of practical techniques that make it invaluable in any clustered environment. Joseph M. Lamb systematically addresses each key Windows 2000 clustering technology, including Failover Clustering, Load-Balance Clustering, Distributed Systems Clustering, and Component Load Balancing. Lamb shows how to use clustering to improve fault tolerance and performance, how to design clusters that will operate within switched Ethernet network environments; and how to integrate cluster servers with network services such as DNS, WINS, and Active Directory. The book includes real-world cluster system design examples that show how to maximize both flexibility and scalability, and provides detailed step-by-step instructions for clustering SQL Server 2000, Exchange Server 2000, Windows 2000 file/print shares, Internet Information Server and more.

Computing & ITOperating systemsMicrosoft WindowsWindows 2000Computing & ITOperating systemsReal time operating systemsComputing & ITOperating systemsUNIXSun Solaris Publisher: Pearson Education (US) Publication Date: 12/11/2001 ISBN-13: 9780130651990  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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JOSEPH M. LAMB has over a decade of experience managing networking and Information Systems for organizations ranging from ADP to BellSouth and The CIT Group. He now serves as the Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer of Total Development Solutions, a consulting firm located in Atlanta, Georgia, specializing in Microsoft and Cisco products and solutions. He often lectures on Microsoft networking technologies and has taught several training classes on Microsoft clustering.

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