e-books in Computers & Internet: Microsoft category
by John McCabe, Michael Friis - Microsoft Press , 2017
Containers are a stepping stone that can help IT organizations understand what key items in modern IT environments, such as DevOps, Agile, Scrum, Infrastructure as Code, and Continuous Integration, can do and how these organizations can adopt them.
by Jeremy Taylor, Neil Hodgkinson, Manas Biswas - Microsoft Press , 2016
This book draws together the SharePoint Server and Office 365 hybrid workloads and user experiences in one place, providing solid guidance to meet business needs and achieve productivity goals in the cloud-enabled workplace.
by George Wallace, et al. - Microsoft Press , 2014
How to extend the reporting capabilities within System Center Operations Manager. By using this information, Operations Manager administrations will have a more comprehensive approach to providing custom reports tailored to their environments.
by Mitch Tulloch, et al. - Microsoft Press , 2014
This book is geared to private and hybrid cloud architects preparing to design and build a virtualized network solution based on Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 SP1, or later. Written by experts on the Microsoft System Center team.
by Rushi Faldu, et al. - Microsoft Press , 2013
This book focuses on troubleshooting Configuration Manager, which is used to manage a wide range of Microsoft client platforms, server platforms, and mobile devices. Authors provide concise technical guidance as they step you through key tasks.
by Rushi Faldu, et al. - Microsoft Press , 2013
This book shares real-world expertise for using Configuration Manager capabilities to deliver more effective IT services. A team of System Center experts provide technical guidance as they step you through key deployment and management scenarios.
by David Ziembicki, et al. - Microsoft Press , 2013
This book delivers a focused drilldown into designing runbooks for Orchestrator workflow management solutions. The authors provide concise technical guidance as they step you through key design concepts, criteria, and tasks.
- Microsoft Corporation , 2013
The book contains practical guidance for migrating to and unit testing with Microsoft Fakes. Practical walkthroughs allow you to navigate basic and advanced concepts, giving you a confident start in implementing Microsoft Fakes as a mocking solution.
by Jean Paul V.A - jeanpaulva.com , 2012
SharePoint is a web application platform created by Microsoft. This book provides developers a good start with SharePoint 2010 Development. Additionally, chapters on SharePoint Installation, Basics of Administration are included.
by Jaap Wesselius - Red gate books , 2011
Exchange 2010 SP1 - A Practical Approach draws upon 15 years of Exchange Server experience to deliver an easy-to-use, slim and distilled guide to 2010 SP1, full of useful examples and top tips for SysAdmins, both new and experienced.
by Vijaye Raji - Microsoft , 2009
Small Basic is a programming language that is designed to make programming extremely easy, approachable and fun for beginners. Small Basic's intention is to bring down the barrier and serve as a stepping stone to the world of computer programming.
- Red Gate Books , 2010
Want to know how all about Exchange recovery storage groups? How to determine Exchange disk performance? And, of course, all about Exchange 2010? The SysAdmin handbook has the practical ins-and-outs to all these and many other hot IT topics.
- Microsoft Corporation , 2004
The Antivirus Defense-in-Depth Guide provides an overview of the types of malware and their risks, planning an effective antivirus strategy for your organization, and responding quickly and effectively to infections or incidents when they occur.
- Microsoft Press , 2009
This book helps architects and developers design applications that are flexible and scalable. It shows developers how to provide IT professionals with the information they need to maintain those applications and diagnose problems when they arise.
by Microsoft Patterns & Practices Team - Microsoft Press , 2009
The definitive guide on designing applications on the Microsoft application platform. Learn how to choose the most appropriate architecture and the best implementation technologies that the Microsoft application platform offers.
by Mitch Tulloch - Microsoft Press , 2009
The book for IT professionals who want to learn more about the Microsoft virtualization technologies, including Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V, System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008, Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5, and more.
- Microsoft Corporation , 2008
This is an introduction to the basic concepts of TCP/IP protocol suite. The book explains how the most important protocols function, and their basic configuration in the Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, and Vista operating systems.