Networking Concepts and Technology: A Designer's Resource
©2004 |Prentice Hall |
©2004 |Prentice Hall |
Sun ONE solutions, and other services, depend tremendously on optimal
network infrastructures. However, there is currently very little information
available on how to successfully deploy a strategy based on Sun Networking
solutions. Networking technologies have evolved and current basic books do
not addresss the needs of customers who want to understand Sun Networking
technology offerings and how to integrate them with advanced networking
switching equipment. This book covers emerging IP services, giving the reader
a thorough reference of concise information on what Sun's services in this
arena are, what benefits they provide, how they are implemented, and exactly
where you would want to use them. Example services include Quality of
Service, Server Load Balancing, SSL, IPSec, and much more. The authors also
tackle the design of highly available, scaleable, manageable gigabit network
architectures with a focus on the server to switch tier.
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How to leverage Sun networking technologies (both hardware and software) in enterprise data centers to provide sophisticated IP services.
° In the Sun BluePrints Series tradition; content based upon industry standards, expert knowledge, and hands-on experience
° Demonstrates how to leverage Sun network technologies to create viable Services on Demand solutions
° For anyone considering or using Sun networking solutions, describes and explains how Sun differentiates from the competition in the networking arena
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Deepak Kakadia is a staff engineer and network architect at Sun Microsystems, Inc., in Menlo Park, California. He has been with Sun for seven years. He worked previously at Corona Networks as principal engineer in the Network Management Systems group; at Digital Equipment Corp., where he worked on DEC OSF/1; and at Nortel Networks (Bell Northern Research) in Ottawa, Canada. He received a B.E. in computer systems, an M.S. in computer science, and has completed qualifiers and coursework for a Ph.D. in computer science. He has filed four patents in the area of network and systems management.
Francesco DiMambro is a staff engineer with Sun Microsystems, Inc., in Newark, California. He has centered his career around information technology and digital systems. His most recent experience was in developing the Sun GigaSwift Ethernet device driver. That development project steered him into the arena of developing drivers for maximum performance. It also gave him valuable insight into the usage of networks in Data Centers and led him to understand that best performance comes not only from within the system, but from the network configuration surrounding that system. This book provides an opportunity for him to share that insight so that it can be applied to give the best results for a Sun system operating within a Data Center network.
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