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This practical book shows you how to use Operators to install some of the most essential core services on Kubernetes clusters with automated management and upgrades. Items such as permanent storage and databases can be complex to run on Kubernetes, because they often have their own notions of storage, networking, and clustering. Authors Josh Wood and Paul Bert explain how Operators know how to configure serious apps to work on your cluster, and how to keep them running over time, including upgrading them between versions.
This is the story of the electronic computer that launched the computer revolution, a machine completed in 1942 by John Atanasoff but one he left behind in Iowa for war research in Washington. Drawing on their direct knowledge and on the proceedings of a multimillion-dollar patent trial, the authors upset the commonly held view that the ENIAC was the world's first electronic computer. They detail the Atanasoff computer and its influence on the ENIAC and computers of today. This book supplements the court's strong findings with a much-needed technical foundation as well as a narrative that is rich in human interest.
Applying traditional spend management processes to the cloud will lead to companies losing control of costs and interrupting innovation. Whether you're new to managing cloud spend or a seasoned pro, this book will clarify the often misunderstood workings of cloud billing. You'll learn expert strategies for creating a culture of cloud cost management. Drawing on real-world examples of successes and failures of large-scale cloud spenders, this book outlines a road map for building a culture of Cloud FinOps in your organization. Beginning with fundamental cloud billing concepts, tech execs, finance teams, DevOps leaders, and FinOps practitioners will learn how to build an efficient and effective FinOps machine. Learn how the cloud works when it comes to financial management Set up a FinOps team and build a framework for making spend efficiency a priority Examine the anatomy of a cloud bill and learn how to manage it Get operational recipes for maximizing cloud efficiency Motivate engineering teams to take cost-saving actions Explore the FinOps lifecycle: inform, optimize, and operate Learn the DNA of a highly functional Cloud FinOps culture
The conventional wisdom was that biology influenced mathematics and computer science. But a new approach has taken hold: that of transferring methods and tools from computer science to biology. The reverse trend is evident in Grammars and Automata for String Processing: From Mathematics and Computer Science to Biology and Back. The contributors address the structural (syntactical) view of the domain. Mathematical linguistics and computer science can offer various tools for modeling complex macromolecules and for analyzing and simulating biological issues. This collection is valuable for students and researchers in biology, computer science, and applied mathematics.
Structured to cover-Operating Systems (OS) Concepts, Practice, and Instructional Projects-the Fifth Edition of the book aims to provide a practical view of GNU/Linux and Windows 7, 8 and 10, covering different design considerations and patterns of use. The section on concepts covers fundamental principles, such as file systems, process management, memory management, input-output, resource sharing, interprocess communication (IPC), distributed computing, OS security, real-time and microkernel design. This thoroughly revised edition comes with a description of an instructional OS to support teaching of OS. Sections dealing with FEDORA, a variant of Linux, describe the essence of digital asset management. The book also covers Android, currently the most popular OS for handheld systems. Basically, the book aims to enable students to learn by practicing with the examples and doing exercises. This book is intended to cater to the needs of the students of Computer Science/Engineering, Computer Applications and Information Technology. As the knowledge of Operating Systems is essential for the IT practitioners, this book also caters to the needs of those who might not have had a formal Computer Science/Engineering education or training for updating their knowledge on contemporary OS design.
Few works are as timely and critical to the advancement of high performance computing than is this new up-to-date treatise on leading-edge directions of operating systems. It is a first-hand product of many of the leaders in this rapidly evolving field and possibly the most comprehensive. This new and important book masterfully presents the major alternative concepts driving the future of operating system design for high performance computing. In particular, it describes the major advances of monolithic operating systems such as Linux and Unix that dominate the TOP500 list. It also presents the state of the art in lightweight kernels that exhibit high efficiency and scalability at the loss of generality. Finally, this work looks forward to possibly the most promising strategy of a hybrid structure combining full service functionality with lightweight kernel operation. With this, it is likely that this new work will find its way on the shelves of almost everyone who is in any way engaged in the multi-discipline of high performance computing. (From the foreword by Thomas Sterling)
Written by VM-certified instructors with years of professional and teaching experience, VMware Certified Professional Test Prep is the ultimate guide to the VCP exam. Its organized and highly practical approach will help administrators successfully complete the exam while also maximizing their ability to apply this tool on the job. The guide covers the body of knowledge required of a VMware certified professional, provides the tools needed to keep that knowledge current, and helps develop the wherewithal to apply that knowledge to real solutions. Covering the ESX 3.0.x through ESX 3.5.x releases that are the focus of the VCP test, this volume: Reproduces many of the real-world examples that have proven very helpful to students in the authors' classrooms Applies step-by-step instructions to more than 700 software screenshots, providing a virtual hands-on experience Points to Web resources that will keep the reader current with the latest advances Includes logistical information on the test, including costs and class location Covers background information on various topics such as storage and networking to provide a complete understanding on the implementation of a VMWare VI3 solution Provides questions at the end of the chapters that cover the important concepts Also of great use to those administrators who have already received their certification, this book includes solutions to many of the common gotchas that they are certain to encounter in virtual environments. In particular, capacity-planning concepts reveal the specific details needed to make full use of VMware's unique resource management capabilities. Troubleshooting tips appear throughout the book, making it a useful resource in the virtualized datacenter.