This is the fundamental truth about data protection: backup is dead.
Or rather, backup and recovery, as a standalone topic, no longer has relevance in IT. As a standalone topic, it’s been killed off by seemingly exponential growth in storage and data, by the cloud, and by virtualization.
So what is data...
Reactive Design Patterns
Reactive Design Patterns is a clearly written guide for building message-driven distributed systems that are resilient, responsive, and elastic. In this book you'll find patterns for messaging, flow control, resource management, and concurrency, along with practical issues like test-friendly...
Excel Functions and Formulas Pocketbook
Geared toward the intermediate to advanced Excel 2016 user, this pocketbook provides explanations and context for many powerful Excel 2016 spreadsheet formulas and functions. Step-by-step instructions for many formula/function-related features such as using range names, and Excel's troubleshooting features. Focus on clarity, accuracy,...
Learn Windows IIS in a Month of Lunches
Learn Windows IIS in a Month of Lunches is an innovative tutorial designed for busy administrators. Even if you have no prior exposure to IIS, you can follow the crisp explanations, examples, and exercises in this concise, easy-to-read book. Just set aside one hour a day—lunchtime would be...
SQL The Complete Reference, 3rd Edition
Get comprehensive coverage of every aspect of SQL from three leading industry experts. Revised with coverage of the latest RDBMS software versions, this one-stop guide explains how to build, populate, and administer high-performance databases and develop robust SQL-based applications.
SQL: The Complete Reference, Third...
vi and Vim Editors Pocket Reference: Support for every text editing task
Many Unix, Linux, and Mac OS X geeks enjoy using the powerful, platform-agnostic text editors vi and Vim, but there are far too many commands for anyone to remember. Author Arnold Robbins has chosen the most valuable commands for vi, Vim, and vi's main clones—vile, elvis, and nvi—and packed them into this...
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