Enables students to make decisions on how to provide an efficient, robust and secure Solaris environment. Ex.___
Coverage of how to use Solaris tools for innovative uses like the gathering and manipulation of Management Information. Ex.___
Future system managers will be armed with sufficient knowledge to develop sound strategies. Ex.___
Solaris System Management provides the system manager with the information they need to make the critical, higher level, "architectural" decisions such as large project rollouts and their impact.
Philcox addresses the specific needs of the system manager working in a Solaris environment focusing on task-oriented solutions for the critical decision this demanding job requires.
For example, the book covers how to work through the decision of upgrading to a new version of the OS involving many complex issues.
Other examples included managing core infrastructure services, balancing security with distributed name, and meeting the customer's needs and priorities or Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
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I. THE SYSTEM MANAGER.1. Job Description.
II. MANAGEMENT OF THE SOLARIS ENVIRONMENT.5. Solaris Installations and Upgrades.
III. MANAGEMENT OF THE SOLARIS NETWORK.12. Internet Protocol Version 6.