Proxmox is an open source virtualization management solution for servers. This book starts by guiding you through how to set up your very first Proxmox virtualization platform with minimal configuration.
In this age of cybernation, Citrix XenApp® has emerged as a prolific application virtualization product. This powerful solution enables users or enterprises to have centrally hosted and managed applications on corporate servers that can be accessed remotely from a wide range of computer and mobile devices. To deliver shared hosted virtual desktops and applications, XenApp® synchronizes with Citrix® tools such as NetScaler Gateway™. You will start off by assessing your desktop environment and understanding its design needs. You will proceed to efficiently design and optimize your server infrastructure and customize your Access layer for quality performance. You will understand why XenApp® is considered among the leaders of virtual application delivery by exploring methods to design your Application Delivery layer and its virtual image delivery. Finally, you will gain hands-on experience in using XenApp®-compatible components such as MS SQL and move on to successfully implement your own XenApp® solution.
With an ever-increasing number of applications being deployed in the workplace, Microsoft App-V 5 enables administrators to abstract these applications from the clients, which reduces the time to complete the software deployment lifecycle.
The fast and easy way to get up and running with Windows 10
Windows 10 For Dummies covers the latest version of Windows and gets you up and running with the changes and new features you’ll find in this updated operating system. Packed with time-saving tips to help you get the most out of the software, this helpful Windows 10 guide shows you how to manage Windows tasks like navigating the interface with a mouse or touchscreen, connecting to the web, and troubleshooting problems and making quick fixes.
Ada 2012 is the latest version of the international standard for the programming language Ada. It is designated ISO/IEC 8652:2012 (E) and is a new edition replacing the 2005 version. The primary goals for the new version were to further enhance its capabilities particularly in those areas where its reliability and predictability are of great value. Many important new features have been included such as those defining dynamic contracts and for handling multiprocessors and are integrated within the existing language framework in an elegant and coherent manner. The Ada 2012 Rationale describes not only the changes from Ada 2005 but also the reason for the changes. It starts with an introduction providing a general overview and this is followed by seven chapters focusing on contracts and aspects, extended expressions; structure and visibility; tasking and real time; iterators and pools; predefined library and containers. The book concludes with an epilogue largely concerned with compatibility issues.
Hybrid Cloud Management with Red Hat CloudForms (Preview)