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Microsoft Private Cloud Computing
Learn the foundation of cloud computing and how to build your own Microsoft private cloud Written by a team of expert authors who are MVPs and leaders in their respective fields, this one-of-a-kind book is an essential resource for IT administrators who are responsible for implementing and managing a cloud infrastructure. You’ll quickly learn how cloud computing offers significant cost savings while also providing new levels of speed and agility. Serving as a how-to guide, Microsoft Private Cloud Computing walks you through building a secure, internal cloud and delivering it as a service to your company using Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V and Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012. Walks you through the entire process: understanding cloud computing, understanding the Microsoft concept of a private cloud, deploying a private cloud fabric, deploying services, and building a private cloud, as well as integrating it with Microsoft’s public cloud to create a cross-premises or public cloud Discusses fabric management with System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) 2012 Examines how to provide network and storage with VMM 2012 Looks at the VMM library configuration Discusses private cloud and cloud service management with Microsoft App Controller Microsoft Private Cloud Computing is a must-have comprehensive resource that covers all aspects of implementing a private cloud.
Design and Validation of Computer Protocols
This volume discusses the fundamental problems of designing logically consistent methods of communication between multiple computer processes. Standard protocol design problems, such as error control and flow control, are covered in detail, but also structured design methods and the construction of formal validation models. The book contains complete listings and explanations of new protocol validation and design tool called SPIN. Author is in charge of protocol design at Bell Labs. Professionals who bought Tanenbaum's COMPUTER NETWORKS, 2/E and Comer's TCP/IP will buy this. This is the first book to cover automated protocol design and validation tools extensively.
Automotive Windscreen Repair Code of Practice
Windscreens, Road vehicle components, Vehicle windows, Repair, Damage, Glass, Size, Position, Quality, Safety glass, Glazing, Laminates, Visual inspection (testing), Road vehicles, Vehicle components, Passenger road vehicles, Commercial road vehicles, Buses
Wireless Communications Networks Pearson New International Edition
For courses in wireless networking, wireless communications, wireless data communications or wireless technology in departments of Computer Science, Engineering, IT, and Continuing Education. The rapid growth of mobile telephone use, satellite services, and the wireless Internet are generating tremendous changes in telecommunications and networking. Combining very current technical depth with a strong pedagogy and advanced Web support, this new edition provides a comprehensive guide to wireless technology–exploring key topics such as technology and architecture, network types, design approaches, and the latest applications. Visit Stallings Companion Website at http://williamstallings.com/CompSec/CompSec1e.html for student and instructor resources and his Computer Science Student Resource site http://williamstallings.com/StudentSupport.html Password protected instructor resources can be accessed here by clicking on the Resources Tab to view downloadable files. (Registration required) They include Power Point Slides, Solutions, tables and figures.
Oil and Governance
National Oil Companies (NOCs) play an important role in the world economy. They produce most of the world's oil and bankroll governments across the globe. Although NOCs superficially resemble private-sector companies, they often behave in very different ways. Oil and Governance explains the variation in performance and strategy for NOCs and provides fresh insights into the future of the oil industry as well as the politics of the oil-rich countries where NOCs dominate. It comprises fifteen case studies, each following a common research design, of NOCs based in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe. The book also includes cross-cutting pieces on the industrial structure of the oil industry and the politics and administration of NOCs. This book is the largest and most systematic analysis of NOCs to date and is suitable for audiences from industry and academia, as well as policy makers.
Economics for Investment Decision Makers
The economics background investors need to interpret global economic news distilled to the essential elements: A tool of choice for investment decision-makers. Written by a distinguished academics and practitioners selected and guided by CFA Institute, the world’s largest association of finance professionals, Economics for Investment Decision Makers is unique in presenting microeconomics and macroeconomics with relevance to investors and investment analysts constantly in mind. The selection of fundamental topics is comprehensive, while coverage of topics such as international trade, foreign exchange markets, and currency exchange rate forecasting reflects global perspectives of pressing investor importance. Concise, plain-English introduction useful to investors and investment analysts Relevant to security analysis, industry analysis, country analysis, portfolio management, and capital market strategy Understand economic news and what it means All concepts defined and simply explained, no prior background in economics assumed Abundant examples and illustrations Global markets perspective
The Earl of Petticoat Lane
My grandfather Henry, who died too early for me to have known him properly when he was alive, wrote copiously and kept everything: letters, diaries, photographs, address books, invitations, business ledgers and notes scribbled to himself on the backs of envelopes. So he left a musty record of how, with my grandmother, he escaped the poverty of his immigrant's childhood and how he became an Englishman." Henry and Miriam met on Petticoat Lane in February 1929, when he was twenty-two and she eighteen. He was a barrow boy, she a milliner's apprentice. Henry danced home that night, having fallen entirely in love. Their romance survived the opposition of her remarkable mother Leah, the challenge of proving that Leah - and therefore Miriam - really was Jewish, and the mysterious disappearance of Henry's beloved dog. Henry and Miriam were raised in East London, but his family had emigrated from the Austrian Empire, hers from Poland, and neither of them were to end their lives in the East End. What began as forays into the West End led - via Henry's successful underwear business, and a remarkable friendship with his upper class mentor Walter - to a life lived among Astors and Parker-Bowlses.Henry and Miriam eventually arrived in a grand flat on Regent's Park, and a world of Court, club and charity balls - a very English world, albeit one that today seems as alien as the now-vanished Yiddish enclave of the East End, and ther lost Jewish communities of Eastern Europe. Yet for all that they left the East End behind them, Henry and Miriam were never quite 'one of us' in their new habitat. And as they changed their lives, as evacuation, the Blitz and the humdrum heroisms of the war were followed by victory, so also did London change, and British society as a whole. Andrew Miller's compelling family history tells, elegaically but without nostalgia, of LOndon's many faces. It is a story of immigration and Anglicisation, of the significance of race and class and language and accent in our country, of how it has been possible for people in this country to change themselves and their lives and the limits of how much they can do so. It is a remarkable and touching book.