× Linux Clustering: Building and Maintaining Linux Clusters ã Download by ✓ Charles Bookman

× Linux Clustering: Building and Maintaining Linux Clusters ã Download by ✓ Charles Bookman Linux Clustering Building And Maintaining Linux Clusters Provides Linux Users With Information About Building Their Own Linux Cluster From The Ground Up It Gives Best Practices, Helpful Hints, And Guidelines About Building One Server Or Hundreds Of Servers At A Level That Administrators At Any Experience Level Can UnderstandFrom Installation Of The Air Conditioning And Power In The Data Center, To Alternative File Systems To The Final Production Run, This Book Provides You With Everything That You Need To Know Linux Clustering Building And Maintaining Linux Clusters Walks You Through The Initial Design And Selection Of The Best Possible Types Of Clusters, As Well As Covering Monitoring Tools And Providing For Disaster Recovery Not Only Does This Book Provide Information On Parallel And Beowulf Type Clusters, Charles Bookman Goes Into Depth On High Availability Clusters, Load Balancing, And Provides Advice For Writing Your Own Distributing Applications As Well Incorporating Best Practices And Cutting Edge Approaches, Bookman Provides Step By Step And Tried And True Methods Of Bringing Up A Linux Cluster To Production Level



Charles Bookman

× Linux Clustering: Building and Maintaining Linux Clusters ã Download by ✓ Charles Bookman About the AuthorAbout the Author Charles Bookman fell in love with the personal computer when he was 12 He would stay after school to teach himself programming on the Commodore Pet His experiences with Linux started during the 2.0.30 days, when he took the work computer at his counseling job and converted it into something that nobody there had ever seen After they fired him, he knew that he was on to something, and has been a Linux evangelist ever since Charles hobbies include being up to no good, using sarcasm, listening to music, being snobbish about art, playing bass and guitar, and painting and drawing when he finds the time He ll kick your butt at table tennis, and is learning a great game of pool as well Charles currently works at the University of the Pacific as a UNIX systems administrator, maintaining its high performance cluster He runs a design company, and consults in his spare time Copyright Pearson Education All rights reserved