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|CentOS 6 Linux Server Cookbook
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Author: Jonathan Hobson
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An all-in-one guide to installing, configuring, and running a Centos 6 server. Ideal for newbies and old-hands alike, this practical tutorial ensures you get the best from this popular, enterprise-class free server solution.
- Delivering comprehensive insight into CentOS server with a series of starting points that show you how to build, configure, maintain and deploy the latest edition of one of the world's most popular community based enterprise servers.
- Providing beginners and more experienced individuals alike with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge by delivering instant access to a library of recipes that addresses all aspects of CentOS server and put you in control.
- Giving you immediate access to a thriving knowledge base that illustrates just how quickly you can master CentOS server with a whole host of tricks of the trade thrown in for good measure.
CentOS is a community-based enterprise class operating system and this book will provide a series of practical solutions that will not only show you how to install and maintain CentOS as a server, but to explore this well-known Linux distribution with the intention of tackling many common issues by providing some tricks of the trade in order to simplify the task of building a server.
"CentOS 6 Linux Server Cookbook" is a practical guide to installation, configuration, administration, and maintenance. This is a one-stop-shop to all things CentOS, so regardless as to whether you need a mail server, web server, database server, domain server or a file sharing platform, this book provides a comprehensive series of starting points that will give you direct access to the inner workings of this open source, community-based enterprise server.
"CentOS 6 Linux Server Cookbook" is a practical guide to the complete installation, configuration, administration, and maintenance of one of the world’s most popular community-based enterprise servers.
From installation to configuration, this book of recipes will take you on a journey to explore inner workings of CentOS server. Within this book you will learn how to install CentOS in variety of settings, enhance your installation with the correct tools of the trade and prepare your server to fulfil almost any role you could ever need.
By discovering more about time, networking, package management, system management and security, this book will serve to show you how to get the very best from this freely available, open source server by presenting a series of solutions that will enable you to master the art of building your very own web, database, mail, domain name, file sharing services.
What you will learn from this book
- Installing and validating CentOS 6 and adding a desktop environment
- Configuring CentOS to allow you to manage time and multiple IP addresses
- Managing log files by using logrotate, memory usage and databases
- Managing Packages will show you how to manage the system with the Yum package manager
- Administering CentOS through creating new administrative users and creating customized email reports
- Securing your shell environment, ascending user privileges and building firewalls to prevent outside attacks
- Building networks, domains and implementing the Apache web server.
Presented in a step by step, easy to read tutorial style, this book presents the reader with real world solutions to every aspect of CentOS 6.
- Centos 6 Linux Server Cookbook
|The Accidental Administrator: Linux Server Step-by-Step Configuration Guide by Don R Crawley (2010-10-27)
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Author: Don R Crawley
|Linux for Windows Nt/2000 Administrators: The Secret Decoder Ring (Mark Minasi Windows 2000)
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Author: Mark Minasi
A presentation of Linux specifically aimed at Windows users. The text explains all Linux's essentials, dispels its myths, shows how to use Linux in an enterprise, and provides guidelines and tips on setting up various Linux servers in a Windows environment.
Too many Linux books shoot themselves in the foot, either by explaining Linux in terms that can't be understood without a grounding in some other Unix flavor or by expecting readers to follow instructions blindly and be satisfied at their completion. Linux for Windows NT/2000 Administrators advertises itself as a "secret decoder ring," which means that it explains Linux phenomena in Windows terms. For example, the book specifies that daemons are to Linux what services are to Windows NT/2000. It might not make any sense to those who are unfamiliar with either environment, but it's perfectly clear to those who know Windows. This sort of approach, which reflects knowledge of the audience, as well as the subject matter, is typical of accomplished author Mark Minasi.
In large part, this book comes across as Linux for the Reader Who Has a Clue. Minasi enumerates the tasks that system administrators typically have to carry out. Examples of these include installing software and manipulating the privileges of users and groups. He explains how to do those jobs in various Linux environments, and addresses himself to Windows experts who'll need a bit of background, but don't require babying. Minasi doesn't explain why you'd want to install applications, but rather explicitly the mechanics of installing RPM packages and tarballed source code. He states flatly that most people will be happy with a precompiled kernel--that's what works for Windows, after all--but shows how to build your own, anyway. The book's full of that kind of material. This fact-rich text is a pleasure to read and learn from. --David Wall
Topics covered: Linux 2.2, explained in terms that Windows adepts can understand easily. Staying rather distribution-neutral, the book explains how to install Linux, use it in single-user workstation mode, and configure it as a network operating system. System administration tasks--software maintenance, user management, network troubleshooting, and so on--get top billing, although an ongoing comparison of Linux and the Wintel platform is important, too.
|SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Administration (Course 3037) (Novell Authorized Courseware)
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Author: Jason W. Eckert
Brand: Cengage Learning
As a growing number of companies migrate to Linux, they're looking for trained and talented Linux administrators. You can gain the knowledge and skills you need to become such an administrator by completing SUSE Linux Administration (Course 3037 v2.0). This in-depth, hands-on course covers a variety of topics: installing and configuring SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9, managing users and groups, securing the system and much more. By completing multiple lab exercises, you can practically apply course concepts and strengthen your proficiency in Linux administration. Before attending this course, you should have fundamental knowledge of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server in a computing environment. You can obtain this Linux foundation by completing Getting Started with Linux: Novell's Guide to CompTIA's Linux (Course 3060).
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|The Definitive Guide to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
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Author: Sander van Vugt
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This book offers a comprehensive guide to Novell’s Linux Enterprise Server, one of the most powerful Linux-based server solutions available today. The book guides readers through all of the most important aspects of SLES, beginning with an in-depth overview of installation and configuration tasks. Later chapters cover configuration and deployment of key services, including the MySQL database, file sharing and printing, Web, FTP, News, DNS, and Proxy Servers. van Vugt instructs readers on important administration concepts such as instituting strict file system security and server automation. Readers will also learn about how to cluster servers together to lessen downtime and increase performance.
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|SQL Server on Linux: Configuring and administering your SQL Server solution on Linux
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Author: Jasmin Azemovic
- Design and administer your SQL Server solution on the open source Linux platform
- Install, configure, and fine-tune your database application for maximum performance
- An easy-to-follow guide teaching you how to implement various SQL Server CTP 2.x offerings on Linux—from installation to administration
Microsoft's launch of SQL Server on Linux has made SQL Server a truly versatile platform across different operating systems and data-types, both on-premise and on-cloud.
This book is your handy guide to setting up and implementing your SQL Server solution on the open source Linux platform. You will start by understanding how SQL Server can be installed on supported and unsupported Linux distributions. Then you will brush up your SQL Server skills by creating and querying database objects and implementing basic administration tasks to support business continuity, including security and performance optimization. This book will also take you beyond the basics and highlight some advanced topics such as in-memory OLTP and temporal tables.
By the end of this book, you will be able to recognize and utilize the full potential of setting up an efficient SQL Server database solution in your Linux environment.
What you will learn
- Install and set up SQL Server CTP 2.x on Linux
- Create and work with database objects using SQL Server on Linux
- Configure and administer SQL Server on Linux-based systems
- Create and restore database back-ups
- Protect sensitive data using the built-in cryptographic features
- Optimize query execution using indexes
- Improve query execution time by more than 10x using in-memory OLTP
- Track row-versioning using temporal tables
About the Author
Jasmin Azemović is a university professor active in the database systems, information security, data privacy, forensic analysis, and fraud detection fields. His PhD degree was in modeling design and developing an environment for the preservation of privacy inside database systems. He is the author of many scientific research papers and two books: Writing T-SQL Queries for Beginners Using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Securing SQL Server 2012. He has been a Microsoft MVP (Data Platform) for the last 10 years and an information security consultant. He is an active speaker at many IT professional and community conferences.
Table of Contents
- Linux distributions
- Installation and configuration
- SQL Server basics
- Database in the sandbox
- Sample databases
- Crash course in querying
- Backup and recovery operations
- User management
- Implementing Data protection
- In-memory OLTP
- Beyond SQL Server
|Windows to Linux Migration Toolkit: Your Windows to Linux Extreme Makeover
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Author: David Allen
This book will teach people how to migrate systems from Windows to Linux. It provides migration process planning, automated migration scripts, anti-virus / anti-spam solutions, and specific migration and deployment details for all relevant technologies. IT professionals who wish to maximize the value of their Windows to Linux migration services will find this book valuable. The book will help them fine-tune their migration services to make them more efficient, thorough, feature-enhanced, and cost-effective by utilizing migration scripts and best practices gleaned from the author's many years of real-world migrations in large and small companies.
* The book and fully functioning scripts on the CD-ROM work for migrations from Windows NT or Windows 2000 to any Linux distribution.
* David Allen has done over 25,000 user migrations from Windows to Linux.
* Microsoft will stop supporting Windows NT in December 2004 forcing over 2 million enterprise customers to migrate from Windows NT to a new sever operating system. Both IBM and Dell are offering enterprise servers running Linux which will allow customers to realize a 50% reduction in TCO. In 2003 Linux servers represented the largest growth segment in the Server market, and all the major research groups indicate this trend will continue through t least 2007.
|Building Secure Servers with Linux
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Author: Michael D. Bauer
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Linux consistently turns up high in the list of popular Internet servers, whether it's for the Web, anonymous FTP, or general services like DNS and routing mail. But security is uppermost on the mind of anyone providing such a service. Any server experiences casual probe attempts dozens of time a day, and serious break-in attempts with some frequency as well.As the cost of broadband and other high-speed Internet connectivity has gone down, and its availability has increased, more Linux users are providing or considering providing Internet services such as HTTP, Anonymous FTP, etc., to the world at large. At the same time, some important, powerful, and popular Open Source tools have emerged and rapidly matured--some of which rival expensive commercial equivalents--making Linux a particularly appropriate platform for providing secure Internet services.Building Secure Servers with Linux will help you master the principles of reliable system and network security by combining practical advice with a firm knowledge of the technical tools needed to ensure security. The book focuses on the most common use of Linux--as a hub offering services to an organization or the larger Internet--and shows readers how to harden their hosts against attacks. Author Mick Bauer, a security consultant, network architect, and lead author of the popular Paranoid Penguin column in Linux Journal, carefully outlines the security risks, defines precautions that can minimize those risks, and offers recipes for robust security. The book does not cover firewalls, but covers the more common situation where an organization protects its hub using other systems as firewalls, often proprietary firewalls.The book includes:
- Precise directions for securing common services, including the Web, mail, DNS, and file transfer.
- Ancillary tasks, such as hardening Linux, using SSH and certificates for tunneling, and using iptables for firewalling.
- Basic installation of intrusion detection tools.
Writing for Linux users with little security expertise, the author explains security concepts and techniques in clear language, beginning with the fundamentals. Building Secure Servers with Linux
provides a unique balance of "big picture" principles that transcend specific software packages and version numbers, and very clear procedures on securing some of those software packages. An all-inclusive resource for Linux users who wish to harden their systems, the book covers general security as well as key services such as DNS, the Apache Web server, mail, file transfer, and secure shell. With this book in hand, you'll have everything you need to ensure robust security of your Linux system.
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|Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, SUSE LINUX Edition
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Author: Jeffrey Harris
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As an administrator of a Novell® Open Enterprise Server (OES) on a SUSE® LINUX system, you are looking for ways to leverage it as a platform for delivering Novell's robust network services. Look no further. Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, SUSE LINUX Edition provides you with the information that you need to take advantage of Novell rich array of nework management tools on a SUSE-powered system. By focusing on the implementation of OES on the SUSE LINUX platform, administrators learn how to integrate the benefits of OES in an existing environment. While this is not a reference work for network theory, protocols or architectures, it will provide the reader with a brief introduction to the concepts necessary to understand features of the product. Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, SUSE LINUX Edition provides you with quick access to the information about the technologies, concepts and techniques that you need to get the job done.
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|Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7 Server Installation and Administration: Training Manual: Covering CentOS-7 Server, Cloud computing, Bind9 DNS Server and Fedora 23 Server
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Training Manual: Covering CentOS-7 server installation & administration, Cloud Computing with ownCloud and Seafile cloud storage, Bind9 DNS server installation & administration, Fedora 23 server installation & administration, Virtualization technology and Astaro firewall network security. An excellent training manual for Linux network & system administrators, and infrastructure designers and developers.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Rhel 7 Server Installation and Administration Training Manual Covering Centos 7 Server Cloud Computing Bind9 DNS Server
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