Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration The Complete Reference [NOOK Book]

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Take Full Advantage of the Oracle Solaris 11 Management Features

Manage a highly scalable, cloud-based computing platform and deliver unmatched performance levels at every layer of your IT stack. Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration: The Complete Reference shows how to deploy Solaris from scratch. Get ...

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Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration The Complete Reference

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Overview

Take Full Advantage of the Oracle Solaris 11 Management Features

Manage a highly scalable, cloud-based computing platform and deliver unmatched performance levels at every layer of your IT stack. Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration: The Complete Reference shows how to deploy Solaris from scratch. Get up-to-date details on installation options, device configuration,

virtualization techniques, network security, file encryption, and Web services. NFS, Samba, and Apache are fully covered in this Oracle Press guide.




  • Install Oracle Solaris 11 on x86 and SPARC machines
  • Manage storage using the ZFS file system
  • Define user roles and enforce strong access policies
  • Create fully isolated zones and virtual system environments
  • Configure print, e-mail, DNS, and DHCP services
  • Share files and devices using NFS and Samba
  • Set up Apache Web servers and deploy AMP applications

Michael Jang. RHCE, LCP, CompTIA Linux+, MCSE, is the bestselling author of RHCSA/RHCE Red Hat Linux Certification Study Guide, now in its sixth edition, Ubuntu Server Administration, Ubuntu Certified Professional Study Guide, and several other professional technology titles. He is currently a full-time writer, specializing in operating systems and networks.

Harry Foxwell is a principal consultant for Oracle Corporation's Public Sector organization, specializing in solutions consulting and customer education on cloud computing, virtualization, operating systems, and open source technologies. He has worked for Sun Microsystems since 1995. Harry contributes to one of Oracle's internal websites on Linux technical information, and blogs about cloud computing at blogs.oracle.com/drcloud/. He teaches graduate courses in operating systems and computer architecture at George Mason University.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071790413
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 9/5/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 768
  • File size: 43 MB
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Meet the Author

Michael Jang. RHCE, LCP, CompTIA Linux+, MCSE, is the bestselling author of RHCSA/RHCE Red Hat Linux Certification Study Guide, now in its sixth edition, Ubuntu Server Administration, Ubuntu Certified Professional Study Guide, and several other professional technology titles. He is currently a full-time writer, specializing in operating systems and networks.

Harry Foxwell is a principal consultant for Oracle Corporation's Public Sector organization, specializing in solutions consulting and customer education on cloud computing, virtualization, operating systems, and open source technologies. He has worked for Sun Microsystems since 1995. Harry contributes to one of Oracle's internal websites on Linux technical information, and blogs about cloud computing at blogs.oracle.com/drcloud/. He teaches graduate courses in operating systems and computer architecture at George Mason University.

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Table of Contents

1 The Basics of Solaris 11
2 Prepare a System for Solaris
3 Installation Options
4 Alternative Installations for Enterprise
5 The Solaris Graphical Desktop Environment
6 The Service Management Facility
7 Solaris Package Management "Image Packaging System"
8 Solaris at the Command Line
9 File systems and ZFS
10 Customize the Solaris Shells
11 Users and Groups HF
12 Solaris 11 Security
13 Basic System Performance Tuning
14 Solaris Virtualization
15 Print Management
16 DNS and DHCP
17 Mail Services
18 Mgmt of Trusted Extensions
19 The Network File System
20 The FTP Server
21 Solaris and Samba
22 Apache and the Web Stack
Apx.
Glossary
Solaris Licenses
Index
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