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Master the Powerful Management Tools of Oracle Solaris 11.2 Govern a reliable and secure enterprise cloud computing infrastructure using the detailed information contained in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration Handbook offers end-to-end deployment, configuration, and management instruction. Find out how to install and update Oracle Solaris 11.2, migrate data and applications, build bare-metal and virtual networks, and tune performance. This comprehensive resource fully explains new features, including OpenStack cloud support, Unified Archive provisioning, and Oracle Solaris Zones. * Install Oracle Solaris 11.2 on SPARC and x86 systems * Virtualize and sandbox applications with Oracle Solaris Zones * Handle the complete software lifecycle to ensure systems are appropriately patched * Create both physical and virtual networks and control bandwidth * Implement reliable, secure infrastructure with automated compliance reporting * Install software from pre-configured Unified Archives or custom IPS repositories * Manage configuration on a large scale with SMF, Puppet, and RAD * Administer cloud-based compute, storage, and networking resources using OpenStack
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.Take Full Advantage of the Oracle Solaris 11 Management FeaturesManage a highly scalable, cloud-based computing platform and deliver unmatched performance levels at every layer of your IT stack. Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration: The Complete Reference shows how to deploy Solaris from scratch. Get up-to-date details on installation options, device configuration,virtualization techniques, network security, file encryption, and Web services. NFS, Samba, and Apache are fully covered in this Oracle Press guide. Install Oracle Solaris 11 on x86 and SPARC machines Manage storage using the ZFS file system Define user roles and enforce strong access policies Create fully isolated zones and virtual system environments Configure print, e-mail, DNS, and DHCP services Share files and devices using NFS and Samba Set up Apache Web servers and deploy AMP applications
The ZFS file system offers a dramatic advance in data management with an innovative approach to data integrity, tremendous performance improvements, and a welcome integration of file system and volume management capabilities. The centerpiece of this new architecture is the concept of a virtual storage pool, which decouples the file system from physical storage in the same way that virtual memory abstracts the address space from physical memory, allowing for much more efficient use of storage devices. In ZFS, space is shared dynamically between multiple file systems from a single storage pool and is parceled out from the pool as file systems request it. Physical storage can therefore be added to storage pools dynamically, without interrupting services. This provides new levels of flexibility, availability, and performance. Because ZFS is a 128-bit file system, its theoretical limits are truly mind-boggling-2128 bytes of storage and 264 for everything else, including file systems, snapshots, directory entries, devices, and more. Solaris (TM) 10 ZFS Essentials is the perfect guide for learning how to deploy and manage ZFS file systems. If you are new to Solaris or are using ZFS for the first time, you will find it very easy to get ZFS up and running on your home system or your business IT infrastructure by following the simple instructions in this book. Then you too will understand all the benefits ZFS offers: Rock-solid data integrity No silent data corruption-ever Mind-boggling scalability Breathtaking speed Near-zero administration Solaris (TM) 10 ZFS Essentials is part of the Solaris System Administration Series and is intended for use as a full introduction and hands-on guide to Solaris ZFS.
OpenSolaris is a rapidly evolving operating system with roots in Solaris 10, suitable for deployment on laptops, desktop workstations, storage appliances, and data center servers from the smallest single-purpose systems to the largest enterprise-class systems. The growing OpenSolaris community now has hundreds of thousands of participants and users in government agencies, commercial businesses, and universities, with more than 100 user groups around the world contributing to the use and advancement of OpenSolaris. New releases of OpenSolaris become available every six months, with contributions from both Sun engineers and OpenSolaris community members; this book covers the OpenSolaris 2008.11 release. Pro OpenSolaris was written to demonstrate that you can host your open source applications and solutions on OpenSolaris, taking advantage of its advanced features such as containers and other forms of virtualization, the ZFS file system, and DTrace. It's assumed that you are already fairly knowledgeable about developing on Linux systems, so the authors give an overview of the similarities and differences between Linux and OpenSolaris, and then present details on how to use the Service Management Facility (SMF), ZFS, zones, and even a bit of DTrace. They also provide pointers to the many project communities associated with new OpenSolaris features. Special focus is given to web development using familiar applications such as Apache, Tomcat, and MySQL, along with the NetBeans IDE, and showing you how to exploit some of OpenSolaris's unique technologies.
The Solaris (TM)Internals volumes are simply the best and most comprehensive treatment of the Solaris (and OpenSolaris) Operating Environment. Any person using Solaris--in any capacity--would be remiss not to include these two new volumes in their personal library. With advanced observability tools in Solaris (likeDTrace), you will more often find yourself in what was previously unchartable territory. Solaris (TM) Internals, Second Edition, provides us a fantastic means to be able to quickly understand these systems and further explore the Solaris architecture--especially when coupled with OpenSolaris source availability. --Jarod Jenson, chief systems architect, Aeysis The Solaris (TM) Internals volumes by Jim Mauro and Richard McDougall must be on your bookshelf if you are interested in in-depth knowledge of Solaris operating system internals and architecture. As a senior Unix engineer for many years, I found the first edition of Solaris (TM) Internals the only fully comprehensive source for kernel developers, systems programmers, and systems administrators. The new second edition, with the companion performance and debugging book, is an indispensable reference set, containing many useful and practical explanations of Solaris and its underlying subsystems, including tools and methods for observing and analyzing any system running Solaris 10 or OpenSolaris. --Marc Strahl, senior UNIX engineer Solaris (TM) Internals, Second Edition, describes the algorithms and data structures of all the major subsystems in the Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris kernels. The text has been extensively revised since the first edition, with more than 600 pages of new material. Integrated Solaris tools and utilities, including DTrace, MDB, kstat, and the process tools, are used throughout to illustrate how the reader can observe the Solaris kernel in action. The companion volume, Solaris (TM) Performance and Tools, extends the examples contained here, and expands the scope to performance and behavior analysis. Coverage includes: Virtual and physical memory Processes, threads, and scheduling File system framework and UFS implementation Networking: TCP/IP implementation Resource management facilities and zones The Solaris (TM) Internals volumes make a superb reference for anyone using Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris.
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Primarily Written for those who want to earn the Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) certification for Solaris 10, this guide presents full coverage of the official objectives for both the required exams: CX-310-200 and CX-310-202. In spite of the laser sharp focus on the exam objectives, this is not a cram style book. Written in a classroom-based teaching style, this book presents material in a sequential fashion: topics and chapters build upon the previously covered topics and chapters. There is no hopping from topic to topic. An introductory chapter for beginners and a cohesive, concise, yet comprehensive presentation of the material makes it a self contained book that requires no prior experience in Solaris or UNIX. Even after passing the exam, you will find yourself coming back to use this book as an on-the-job reference.Full coverage of exam topics includes: Basic and advanced Solaris 10 installation Managing file systems and core dumps Performing user and security administration Managing network printers and system processes Performing system backups and restores and managing storage volumes Managing naming services Managing role based access control and system messaging Understanding fundamentals of TCP/IP networking and managing network services The book features complete details on all exam objectives, 250+ practice questions, step-by-step exercises, on-the-job elements, a two-minute drill at the end of each chapter that reviews the key points in the chapter, and chapter self-tests. The CD contains MasterExam practice exam software with all new questions, a Searchable electronic book, and a second practice exam (with free online registration).
This book is one that any Solaris systems programmer will want on their shelf. Sun Microsystems' Solaris Operating Environment boasts a significant installed base, but the intricacies of programming in this UNIX environment have been previously unaddressed in book format. In this thorough new book, the author provides context that allows the reader to better understand the subtleties of the Solaris Operating Environment. He explains not only the how's but also the why's of Solaris programming, complete with a brief history of the operating system. The result is a comprehensive text that Solaris practitioners will refer to time and again as they face and overcome the significant challenges of their everyday work.
The Solaris operating system is a scalable platform on which to build e-commerce products, and on which to support all networked services. Yet, one problem that potential users face is finding out more information about what Solaris offers. In a sense, they want to know how much technical work is involved in migrating to Solaris, and what kind of philosophy Solaris is based on. To answer these questions, this guide covers all aspects of deploying Solaris as a network server, including both basic and advanced network services. Given newfound interest in Solaris as an enterprise network operating system, this guide is aimed squarely at supporting enterprise-level services. It's written for experienced network administrators who want an objective guide to networking with Solaris, and covers installation on both the Intel and Sparc platforms. With it, you will learn how to setup Solaris as a file server, application server, and database server. In its coverage of advanced topics, the book offers examples of configuration files and the installation of third-party software packages. It also contains more conceptual and difficult material. At all points, emphasis is placed on issues such as evaluating the security, scalability, and reliability of specific software packages - at the expense of providing detailed coverage of every available package. The book covers the practical experience and new skills needed to understand the impact of new services and new software products on existing server systems. Solaris avoids so-called historical services, like UUCP, which can easily fill chapters but are not commonly found in today's production environments. The practical focus is on supporting relevant contemporary networking technologies. Solaris 8 Administrator's Guide provides you with a third-party view that not only praises Solaris, but is critical and realistic in its assessment. This book is for experienced Solaris Administrators as well as and those looking to migrate to this operating system.
Most Solaris system administrators and power users rely on electronically published man pages as their command reference -- but these pages are written by a diverse, eclectic set of engineers, and rarely edited sufficiently to serve the needs a broad range of readers. The Solaris 8 System Administrator's Reference Guide gives every Solaris user fast access to all the information they need to get results quickly. The Solaris 8 System Administrator's Reference Guide starts with a convenient cross-reference and list of tasks that points users to all the related commands they may need to perform tasks such as printing, file system management, system status, editing, or shell programming. Next, it provides comprehensive descriptions, examples, and reference tables for nearly 400 Solaris commands. The Solaris 8 Reference Guide contains more than 1,300 pages of rock-solid information that's never been delivered with more clarity, or organized for greater accessibility. For every Solaris user, system administrator or programmer who needs a convenient, practical, well-organized reference to Solaris commands.