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     Nginx 1 Web Server Implementation Cookbook
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Dipankar Sarkar

This is a cookbook full of illustrations and diagrams to help you implement your web needs with Nginx, with a focus on practical examples. If you are tired of Apache consuming all your server memory with little traffic and to overcome this, or for some other reason, you are looking for a high-performance load-balancing proxy server and have tried using Nginx, then this book is for you. You need some basic knowledge of Nginx. System administrators and web developers will benefit greatly from this book.

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     Nginx HTTP Server
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Cl�ment Nedelcu

The book includes detailed instructions for each of the processes it describes: downloading and installing the application, configuring and using modules, and much more. It provides a step-by-step tutorial to replace your existing web server with Nginx. With commented configuration sections and in-depth module descriptions, you will be able to make the most of the performance potential offered by Nginx. By covering both early setup stages and advanced topics, this book will suit web administrators interested in solutions to optimize their infrastructure, whether they are looking into replacing existing web server software or integrating a new tool cooperating with applications already up and running. If you, your visitors, and your operating system have been disappointed by Apache, this book is exactly what you need.

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     OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Giovanni Toraldo

Set up, manage, and maintain your cloud and learn solutions for datacenter virtualization with this step-by-step practical guide

  • Take advantage of open source distributed file-systems for storage scalability and high-availability
  • Build-up, manage and maintain your Cloud without previous knowledge of virtualization and cloud computing
  • Install and configure every supported hypervisor: KVM, Xen, VMware
  • Step-by-step, focused on Ubuntu/Debian distributions, but with general how-to working with every GNU/Linux distribution

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OpenNebula is one of the most advanced and highly-scalable open source cloud computing toolkits. If you ever wanted to understand what Cloud Computing is and how to realize it, or if you need a handy way to manage your messy infrastructure in a simple and coherent manner, this is your way.

OpenNebula 3 Cloud Computing guides you along the building and maintenance of your cloud infrastructure, providing real-world examples, step-by-step configuration and other critical information. The book keeps you a step ahead in dealing with the demanding nature of cloud computing and virtual infrastructure management using one of the most advanced cloud computing toolkits? OpenNebula. The book takes you from a basic knowledge of OpenNebula to expert understanding of the most advanced features.

The book starts with a basic planning of hardware resources and presents the unique benefits of the supported hypervisors; you will go in deep with day-to-day management of virtual instances, infrastructure monitoring and integration with Public Clouds like Amazon EC2.

With this book you will be able to get started with fast and cheap configuration recipes, but also go deeper for a correct integration with your existing infrastructure.

You will deal with well-know virtualization technologies like Xen and VMware, but also with the promising KVM technology integrated in the Linux kernel. After the basic infrastructure set-up, you will learn how to create and manage virtual instance via both command-line and web interfaces, and how to monitor your existing resources.

At the end, the book acquaints you with integrating your local infrastructure with external Cloud resources but also publishing your resources to others via common API interfaces.

What you will learn from this book

  • Plan your hardware infrastructure and keep resources and hardware under monitoring
  • Install OpenNebula, from sources or binary distribution and configure it on your front-end host
  • Install and configure KVM, Xen and VMware ESXi on your hosts, building from sources when needed
  • Integrate with existing NAS/SAN infrastructure or provide flexible and scalable storage with distributed file-systems
  • Manage your day to day virtual instances via both command-line and web interfaces
  • Monitor your infrastructure continuously using OpenNebula
  • Extend your cloud with resources from remote Cloud providers using standard API interface
  • Provide Cloud resources to external facilities through standardized API interfaces

Approach

This is a step-by-step practical guide to get you started easily with openNebula. It guides you to build, maintain, and configure your cloud infrastructure, providing real-world examples in a simple and coherent manner.

Who this book is written for

If you are a GNU/Linux system administrator with no experience with virtualization or cloud computing but eager to learn about it, or you are thwarted by your current virtualized infrastructure, this book is for you. You are expected to have some basic knowledge of GNU/Linux, with knowledge of basic package management tools and system configuration.



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     Data Center Colocation: High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors
Publisher: Tebbo
Author(s): Kevin Roebuck

A colocation centre (also spelled collocation, colo, or coloc) or carrier hotel is a type of data center where colocation services are provided. Colocation allows multiple customers to locate network, server, and storage gear- and connect them to a variety of telecommunications and network service providers- with a minimum of cost and complexity. Most Internet exchange points provide colocation.

This book is your ultimate resource for Data Center Colocation. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Data Center Colocation right away, covering: Colocation centre, CITmail, ClueNet, Data Foundry, DNS hosting service, E-mail hosting service, FiberMedia Group, Internet hosting service, ISPConfig, Linode, Managed dedicated server, Neutral Tandem, Peer 1, PicoSpan, RAF Ash, Shell account, Socket (Telecommunications Provider), Telehouse America, Telehouse Europe, TuxFamily, UKFast, Virtual Internet, 6bone, Adaptive quality of service multi-hop routing., Address pool, AiCache, ALP-IX, Any-source multicast, Anycast, Application layer framing, AtlantaIX, Autonomous system (Internet), Internet backbone, BCIX, Border Gateway Multicast Protocol, Border Gateway Protocol, Boston MXP, CastGate, CIDR notation, Classful network, Classless Inter-Domain Routing, Clean Slate Program, COinS, Connection-oriented protocol, Connectionless protocol, Core router, Dark Internet, DataPortability, DE-CIX, Default route, Differentiated services, DIMES, European Commercial Internet Exchange, End system, End-to-end connectivity, End-to-end principle, Fate-sharing, Forwarding plane, Gateway (telecommunications), HERMES-A/MINOTAUR, Identifier/Locator Network Protocol, Information Transfer Node, Integrated services, Internet Architecture Board, Internet Mapping Project, Internet Mix, Internet number, Internet Routing Registry, Internet traffic engineering, Internet transit, Ip (struct), IP fragmentation, IP over Avian Carriers, IPv4 address exhaustion, IPv4 subnetting reference, Localhost, Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol, LONAP, London Internet Exchange, London Internet Providers Exchange, Longest prefix match, Loopback, Loose Source Routing, Lule� algorithm, Mbone, MetaLib, Metaserver, Milan Internet eXchange, Multicast, Multihoming, Mzima Networks, National Science Foundation Network, Network access point, Network address translation, Network Load Balancing, Northern Lights Local Exchange Point, Online Presence Ontology, OpenURL, OpenURL knowledge base, Opte Project, Overlay multicast, Peering, Per-Hop Behaviour, Private network, Proxy server, PSIRP, QPPB, Quality of service, Resource Public Key Infrastructure, Resource reservation protocol, Reverse proxy, Route Views, Router, Routing, Routing Assets Database, Routing control plane, Routing Policy Specification Language, Routing table, RSVP-TE, Seattle Internet Exchange, Secure multicast, Semaphore Flag Signaling System, Site Multihoming by IPv6 Intermediation, Software router, Subnetwork, TCP global synchronization, TelecityGroup, Tier 1 network, Tier 2 network, Time to live, Transfer secret, Unicast, Herbert Van de Sompel, Wildcard mask, WORK-IX, XCAST, Client?server model, Server (computing), Standalone server, Aloaha FAX Suite, Apache Avalon, Apcupsd, Application server, AS112, Authentication server, BDII, BluOnyx, Camping (computing), CardDAV, Cassini Web Server, Coadunation, CoDeeN, Common Gateway Interface, Communications server, Compile farm, Daemon (computing), Data center, Database server, Dhcpd...and much more.

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Data Center Colocation. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Data Center Colocation with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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     Tangible User Interfaces: High-impact Emerging Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors
Publisher: Tebbo
Author(s): Kevin Roebuck

A tangible user interface (TUI) is a user interface in which a person interacts with digital information through the physical environment. The initial name was Graspable User Interface, which no longer is used.

One of the pioneers in tangible user interfaces is Hiroshi Ishii, a professor in the MIT Media Laboratory who heads the Tangible Media Group. His particular vision for tangible UIs, called Tangible Bits, is to give physical form to digital information, making bits directly manipulable and perceptible. Tangible bits pursues seamless coupling between these two very different worlds of bits and atoms.

This book is your ultimate resource for Tangible User Interfaces. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Tangible User Interfaces right away, covering: Tangible User Interface, Surface computer, Surface computing, DiamondTouch, Microsoft Surface, MT-50 Multitouch Table, Multi-Touch Collaboration Wall, Philips Entertaible, Reactable, SixthSense, TouchLight, TouchTable, 3D Interaction, Accelerator (Internet Explorer), Accelerator table, Adjustment handles, Alt-Tab, Attentive user interface, Augmented reality, Balloon help, Bounce keys, Brace matching, Brain?computer interface, Breadcrumb (navigation), Canned response, Capacitive sensing, Caret navigation, Clipboard (software), Command-line completion, Command-line interface, Computer-mediated reality, Context awareness, Cover Flow, Crossing-based interface, Cursor (computers), Cut, copy, and paste, Dasher, Delimited search, Desktop metaphor, Digital puppetry, Direct manipulation interface, Direct Voice Input, Dock (computing), Dock (Mac OS X), Docky, Double-click, Drag-and-drop, Expos� (Mac OS X), Flip page, Focus (computing), Form (web), Gesture recognition, Graffiti (Palm OS), Graffiti 2, Grayed out, Hands-free computing, Incremental search, Input method, Inspector window, Intelligent form, Interaction technique, Interactive voice response, IODD, Keyboard shortcut, List of dock applications, Location awareness, Lock key, Marching ants, Media space, Eric Michelman, Miller Columns, Mixed reality, Mnemonics (keyboard), Mode (computer interface), Modifier key, Moodbar, Mouse chording, Mouse keys, Multi-factor authentication, Multi-touch, Multi-touch gestures, MultiFinder, Multiple document interface, Multiple frames interface, Navigation controls, Optogenetics, Page zooming, Pen computing, Personalization, Pie menu, Point-and-click, Pointing device gesture, Post-WIMP, Progress indicator, Progressive disclosure, Projection augmented model, Publish and Subscribe, Query by Example, Responsiveness, Rhizome Navigation, Screen labeled function keys, Scroll lock, Scroll wheel, Scrolling, Selection (user interface), ShapeWriter, Silent speech interface, SlideIT, Slow keys, Smart tag (Microsoft), SmartAction, Spatial Contextual Awareness, Spatial file manager, Spatial navigation, Speech recognition, Split screen (computer graphics), Spoken dialog system, Stacks (software), State Bag, StickyKeys, Stylus (computing), Swiflet, Switch access, Swype, Syntax highlighting, T9 (predictive text), Tab (GUI), Tabbing navigation, Table of keyboard shortcuts, Taskbar, Telexistence, Text entry interface, Text-based (computing), Three-pane interface, Tiling window manager, Timed Text, Tip of the day, Tooltip, Treemapping, Triple-click, Typeahead, The Unfinished Revolution, Universal Scrolling, User interface, User persona, Virtual desktop, Virtual reality, Voice user interface, WIMP (computing)...and much more.

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Tangible User Interfaces. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Tangible User Interfaces with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

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     Quick & Easy Mail Server: A practical guide series do it yourself to make your own complete mail server
Publisher: CreateSpace
Author(s): Alamsyah Rasyid

Book's topics: 1. Starts from installing the operating system (one that is well known for its record in stability and performance), and prepare simulations using virtualization, aiming to save costs and build up self confidence. 2. Build each component of a 'license-free' email server which will feature: * Easily manageable and unlimited user mailboxes on unlimited domains with quota support * Support for secure web-based access and email clients * Antivirus and spam protection * High performance system configurations using step-by-step "copy-paste" guides straight from the shell 3. Directions on real-world implementation 4. Tips and tricks on basic operation Visit http://mailserverguide.com for more info.

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     Rich Internet Application (Ria): High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors
Publisher: Tebbo
Author(s): Kevin Roebuck



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