Network engineers, IS managers, and architects face an enormous challenge--how to integrate modern networking platforms and applications with legacy systems to create a single computing environment that efficiently, effectively, and securely serves an organization's needs. This long-awaited, comprehensive book--written by a pioneer in the fields of networking and application development--is the guide for completing this formidable task. Network Application Frameworks provides a thorough exploration of major networking technologies and application development components. Enterprise-wide design, performance, security, reliability, and operational implications are just some of the topics covered in full detail. Using this book, network engineers will be able to more easily isolate and resolve problems in a network or application. IS managers will save valuable time and resources by following the author's strategies for optimizing integration and identifying trouble spots. Architects will find a wealth of knowledge to help them plan future systems, such as information on designing networks and applications in tandem to simplify use, improve manageability, and reduce costs. Topics covered include: *TCP/IP, IP routing, OSPF, BGP4, IGRP/EIGRP, IPv6, and IPv4 *Security: Kerberos, public key cryptography, X.509 certificates and certificate authorities, SSL, IPSEC, and SASL. *Objects: CORBA, Microsoft COM/DCOM, and Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) *Directory Services: Windows NT 4, NT 5 Active Directory, NDS, LDAP, and X.500 *Microsoft's key technologies and architectures, including WOSA, SPI, WinSock, ADO, UDA, ODBC, MAPI, and mainframe integration Novell NetWare protocols, networking techniques, SAP and the bindery, NDS, TCP/IP integration, and interoperability for versions 3.x through 5. *IBM technologies, including SNA, SDLC, CICS, Token Ring legacy integration, and IBM mainframe integration with Web technologies and TCP/IP *Open Group DCE and RPC 0201309505B04062001
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This is an ambitious piece of technical writing that deserves a place on every network manager's shelf. Network Application Frameworks covers all of the key connectivity technologies of today and tomorrow from a practical and informative angle. Author Eric Greenberg does a fine job of presenting complex software technologies with an ever-present focus on real-world deployment.
The book begins with foundational knowledge of distributed object technology, directory, security, and transaction services. Next, it dives into the details of CORBA, X.500, LDAPv3, and the complete TCP/IP protocol suite. The author discusses Internet Protocol (IP) routing protocols (a key topic for internal networks and gateway connectivity) and IPv6 (potentially the next generation of IP that may have significant impact on today's networks).
The author next presents the often murky world of Microsoft's Windows Open System Architecture (WOSA) strategy, discussing all the related networking transport standards, application-programming interfaces, and component specifications. The book provides good coverage of Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) and also offers chapters on Windows NT 4 Directory Services and the upcoming NT 5 Active Directory Services.
This text wraps up with important chapters on Novell NetWare and the past, present, and future of IBM's various networking technologies. It finishes with a lengthy table of all of the technologies, listed with the author's observation of their benefits, impact, and future. While Network Application Frameworks requires good technical knowledge of the challenges of networking, it is itself a fountain of knowledge for anyone trying to make sense of the perplexing landscape of networking technologies. --Stephen W. PlainFrom the Publisher:
MCSE Praise for Network Application Frameworks by Eric Greenberg
This group of highly respected Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers (MCSE's), Microsoft certified instructors, and MCSE-related authors offertheir review of Network Application Frameworks:
"I highly recommend this book to MCSE's, new and old. Many books today have MCSE in their title but teach little. They often amount to nothing more than reams of paper. Network Application Frameworks is a welcome change. With every page, Greenberg caters to the reader's every need, providing a comprehensive collection of information in a concise easy-to-read format and with an entertaining style. If you need to understand Microsoft technologies, networking, and distributed systems in general, this book is as good as it gets." -- Chuck McCullough, Instructor, MCSE, CNA and Webmaster of Network-Info.com
"I'm extremely impressed with this book. It's extensive use of quality diagrams and examples make understanding the technical issues very, very easy. The technical content is thorough and outstanding, and is presented in a manner that is logical and easy to understand. Eric has done an outstanding job covering network applications as well as interconnectivity among systems." -- David Woodall, Instructor, MCSE, MCP+I, and Webmaster McpCache.com
"Network Application Frameworks was a very enjoyable read. I found it informative and it touched on a wealth of key technologies without being overwhelming. I definitely recommend it." -- Brian Talbert Instructor, MCSE, MCSE+I, CNE, CNA, and Webmaster of MCSE Study Notes
"This book is a great help to all MCSEs as they seek to apply to their knowledge to "real world" situations. Those who study for certification exams often become frustrated with just how "segmented" their knowledge of networking really is. It seems that all we learn are little slices of a much larger pie. Eric Greenberg's book ties these loose ends together. This book belongs on any MCSE's bookshelf!" -- Dave Lilligren, Instructor, MCSE, CCNA, and Webmaster Dave's MCSE Page
"This book is an invaluable addition to my reference library. The book is very well written and the style appealing. Unlike most technical books aimed at people in the computer industry, Greenberg makes it easy to read without dumbing down or removing content. I enthusiastically recommend it." -- Sean Metcalf, MCSE and WebMaster MCSEInfo.com
"Network Application Frameworks is a must-have for any MCSE in training or already on the job. Any technician, whether they are an MCSE, CNE, CCIE, or IT professional, would benefit from this book. It is well written and goes beyond "the test", which is the exactly the type of book that's really needed by technicians today." -- Ty Belknap, MCP, Webmaster of Windowsgalore.com, and co-author of the book "Special Edition Using Windows 98"
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