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Everything you need to create, adapt, fine-tune, and manage first-rate distributed databases
End-users demand simultaneous access to numerous databases— all day, every day, and in every application.
Today's IT managers are expected to make a diverse hodgepodge of databases, hardware, and applications behave as if it were a single, integrated system— to build bridges between islands of information. This handbook provides solutions to every conceivable problem associated with the management of distributed database systems, including those in client/server environments. Distributed database expert Donald K. Burleson covers both the technical and human factors that managers must consider to successfully create and maintain a distributed database environment, including:
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Provides developers and systems managers with battle-tested strategies and techniques for ensuring that distributed data is available to all clients in a distributed or client/server environment. Gives those responsible for moving their company's information system to a distributed architecture a coherent introduction to all the important basics of distributed system design, backup and recovery, large databases, database connectivity, data access control, database security and much more.About the Author:
DONALD K. BURLESON is an acknowledged expert who has worked in the consolidation of databases on all platforms and architectures. He is the author of Practical Application of Object-Oriented Techniques to Relational Databases, also available from Wiley-QED.
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Book Description Wiley, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0471086231