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Managing Distributed Databases: Building Bridges Between Database Islands
     

Managing Distributed Databases: Building Bridges Between Database Islands

by Donald K. Burleson, Burleson (Other)
 

Everything you need to create, adapt, fine-tune, and manage first-rate distributed databases

End-users demand simultaneous access to numerous databases— all day, every day, and in every application.

Today's IT managers are expected to make a diverse hodgepodge of databases, hardware, and applications behave as if it were a single, integrated system&mdash

Overview

Everything you need to create, adapt, fine-tune, and manage first-rate distributed databases

End-users demand simultaneous access to numerous databases— all day, every day, and in every application.

Today's IT managers are expected to make a diverse hodgepodge of databases, hardware, and applications behave as if it were a single, integrated system— to build bridges between islands of information. This handbook provides solutions to every conceivable problem associated with the management of distributed database systems, including those in client/server environments. Distributed database expert Donald K. Burleson covers both the technical and human factors that managers must consider to successfully create and maintain a distributed database environment, including:

  • Client/server issues
  • Object technology
  • Distributed system design
  • Database access control and connectivity
  • Performance and tuning
  • Security
  • Backup and recovery
  • Trends for distributed databases

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471086239
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
09/15/1995
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.13(h) x 0.91(d)

Meet the Author

DONALD K. BURLESON is an acknowledged expert who has worked in the consolidation of databases on all platforms and architectures. He is the author of Practical Application of Object-Oriented Techniques to Relational Databases, also available from Wiley-QED.

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