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 0201309505B04062001Biografía del autor:
Eric Greenberg is widely regarded as a pioneer in Internet, Intranet, and security-related technologies. Leading the product management of Netscape's enterprise security and electronic commerce technologies, Mr. Greenberg played a significant role in the successful development and adoption of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, Java security, secure electronic mail, smartcards, CORBA, and many important Netscape innovations. During his tenure at Sprint International, he deployed one of the worldis largest international Internet backbones, Global SprintLink, and designed private and public networks for companies and governments worldwide. Today, Mr. Greenberg is President of Seine Dynamics (http://www.seinedynamics.com), a strategic consulting firm specializing in network and application design and analysis. He holds a master's degree from Cornell University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland, both in electrical engineering. 0201309505AB04062001
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