Books: 10


Learn how to connect ASP.NET Core and Angular 2 to build a powerful and dynamic applications from scratch with this guide to cutting-edge web development
About This Book Build a complete single page application with two of the most impressive frameworks in modern development Find out how to bring together the capabilities and features of both Angular 2 and ASP.NET Core From managing data, to application design, through to SEO optimization and security more » - take a comprehensive approach to building your next web project Who This Book Is For ASP.NET developers - find out how to bring Angular 2 into your development stack and extend your skillset so you can build even better single page applications. What You Will Learn - Find out how ASP.NET Core’s and Angular 2’s features perfectly complement each other - Learn how to set up the resources you need and configure the MVC 6 interface - Handle requests and actions using server-side and client-side Routing Create the Data Model using Entity Framework Core - Learn how to use Angular 2 components and master directives - Implement a token-based authorization and authentication flow supporting external login providers such as Facebook, Google, Twitter and more - Create responsive, mobile-friendly views using Bootstrap and LESS Setup and optimize your production environment using IIS and SQL Server - Secure your application against a diverse range of dangerous security threats In Detail Writing code is about striking a balance between maintainability and productivity - how quickly you can write it against how much more you have to write in the future. This is a guide to doing just that by combining the impressive capabilities of ASP.NET Core and Angular 2. It shows you how to successfully manage an API and use it to support and power a dynamic single-page application. We'll show you how to construct your data model and manage routing and redirects before wrapping it up and styling it. « less
Build Next Generation Webapps, With Async and await
This book has complete source code with all required features of websites, registration, login, edit, delete and session management working source code with explanation, so that you can build upon it your dream web app. This book also explains how to build webapps and host it on windows iis, using more » iis node « less
Learn the fundamentals of PowerShell to build reusable scripts and functions to automate administrative tasks with Windows
ABOUT THIS BOOK * Harness the capabilities of the PowerShell system to get started quickly with server automation * Learn to package commands into a reusable script and add control structures and parameters to make them flexible * Get to grips with cmdlets that allow you to perform administration more » tasks efficiently WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR This book is intended for Windows administrators or DevOps users who need to use PowerShell to automate tasks. Whether you know nothing about PowerShell or know just enough to get by, this guide will give you what you need to go to take your scripting to the next level. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN * Learn to verify your installed version of PowerShell, upgrade it, and start a PowerShell session using the ISE * Discover PowerShell commands and cmdlets and understand PowerShell formatting * Use the PowerShell help system to understand what particular cmdlets do * Utilise the pipeline to perform typical data manipulation * Package your code in scripts, functions, and modules * Solve common problems using basic file input/output functions * Find system information with WMI and CIM * Automate IIS functionality and manage it using the WebAdministration module IN DETAIL Windows PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language designed specifically for system administration. Built on the .NET Framework, Windows PowerShell helps IT professionals and power users control and automate the administration of the Windows operating system and applications that run on Windows. PowerShell is great for batch importing or deleting large sets of user accounts and will let you collect a massive amount of detailed system information in bulk via WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation). Getting Started with PowerShell is designed to help you get up and running with PowerShell, taking you from the basics of installation, to writing scripts and web server automation. This book, as an introduction to the central topics of PowerShell, covers finding and understanding PowerShell commands and packaging code for reusability, right through to a practical example of automating IIS. It also includes topics such as installation and setup, creating scripts, automating tasks, and using Powershell to access data stores, registry, and file systems. You will explore the PowerShell environment and discover how to use cmdlets, functions, and scripts to automate Windows systems. Along the way, you will learn to perform data manipulation and solve common problems using basic file input/output functions. By the end of this book, you will be familiar with PowerShell and be able to utilize the lessons learned from the book to automate your servers. STYLE AND APPROACH A practical learning guide, complete with plenty of activities, examples and screenshots. « less
When your website slows to a crawl or Exchange stops sending internet mail, you have to get things working again. Fast. IIS is the communication gateway for most Microsoft servers as well as the primary technology for publishing web sites. Learning to manage it effectively means you can keep your systems more » running smoothly and go home on time. Learn Windows IIS in a Month of Lunches is an innovative tutorial designed for busy administrators. Follow the crisp explanations, examples, and exercises in this concise, easy-to-read book, and you'll be managing, securing, and automating IIS faster than you thought possible. You'll start with IIS fundamentals, and then systematically explore web farm design, website management, and high availability, along with practices to keep your Exchange, SharePoint, System Center, and Lync servers running smoothly. « less
If you're a developer or administrator, you'll want to get thoroughly up to speed on Microsoft's new IIS 8 platform with this complete, in-depth reference. Prepare yourself to administer IIS 8 in not only commercial websites and corporate intranets, but also the mass web hosting market with this expert more » content. The book covers common administrative tasks associated with monitoring and managing an IIS environment - and then moves well beyond, into extensibility, scripted admin, and other complex topics. « less
Building Web Applications with IIS, SQL Server, Active Directory, and Exchange Server
Take your PHP programming skills deep into Windows - and build PHP applications that run efficiently and effectively on an array of Windows technologies. Packed with hands-on exercises, this in-depth guide shows you how to use PHP to interact with Internet Information Services 7.5 (IIS), Microsoft SQL more » Server® 2008, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and Active Directory. You'll quickly learn how to apply best practices for running PHP applications in a Windows environment. « less
Written by an author team that includes four Microsoft MVPs, this book shows you how to take advantage of these exciting new features of IIS 7. The authors draw on their expertise in the areas of deployment, hosting, development, and enterprise operations in order to help you with the learning curve more » of becoming familiar with IIS 7. With a clear understanding of IIS 7, you'll learn to deploy, install, monitor, manage, and secure an IIS environment with confidence and ease. « less
Web Server Administration offers a comprehensive overview of the tools and techniques needed to succeed as a Web Server Administrator as well as the tasks they are expected to perform. This text provides and introduction to the basics of this job role, covers server installation, and then moves on to more » the installation, configuration, and administration of Web servers. This text covers all topics for both Linux and a Microsoft Windows server environments. Work with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003, Red Hat Linux, Internet Information Services (IIS), Apache Web server, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, sendmail, and more. « less
Windows Server 2008 Unleashed covers the planning, design, prototype testing, implementation, migration, administration, and support of a Windows 2008 and Active Directory environment, based on more than three and a half years of early adopter experience in full production environments. This book addresses more » not only what is new with Windows 2008 compared to previous versions of the Windows Server product, but also what is different and how the similarities and differences affect an organization’s migration to Windows 2008. Chapters are dedicated to the migration process from Windows 2000/2003 to Windows 2008, how to properly use Group Policies in Windows 2008, and tips and tricks on managing and administering a Windows 2008 environment. The authors cover the technologies new to Windows 2008, such as IPv6, Network Access Protection (NAP), Network Policy Server (NPS), Terminal Services Remote Programs, Windows Deployment Services (WDS), Hyper-V virtualization, and more! This book doesn’t just describe the features and functions included in Windows 2008--there are notes throughout the book explaining how organizations have successfully used the technologies to fulfill core business needs. Tips, tricks, and best practices share lessons learned from hundreds of implementations of Windows 2008 in real-world environments. Detailed information on how to… * Plan and migrate from Windows 2000/2003 to Windows 2008 * Leverage new tools and utilities that simplify system and network administration functions * Enable the latest security technologies to improve secured enterprise computing * Better manage a Windows 2008 Active Directory environment * Optimize a Windows 2008 environment for better scalability and enhanced performance * Implement Windows 2008 for better branch office and remote office integration * Design a Windows 2008 environment to support the latest in clustering, stretched clusters, fault tolerance, and redundant systems technologies * Take advantage of add-on technologies available for Windows 2008, including Windows SharePoint Services, Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization, Windows Media Services, and IIS 7 web server solutions Rand, Michael, Ross, and Chris work for Convergent Computing, an IT consulting firm in the San Francisco Bay area that has three and a half years of early adopter experience with Windows 2008. In collaboration with co-author Omar Droubi, the authors helped organizations of all sizes plan, migrate, implement, and test Windows 2008 in production environments. The book was written from direct experiences where Windows 2008 was put into enterprise production environments focused to meet specific strategic business requirements. Category: Windows Server Covers: Windows Server 2008 User Level: Intermediate--Advanced Introduction xlix Part I: Windows Server 2008 Overview 1: Windows Server 2008 Technology Primer 3 2: Planning, Prototyping, Migrating, and Deploying Windows Server 2008 Best Practices 39 3: Installing Windows Server 2008 and Server Core 73 Part II: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory 4: Active Directory Domain Services Primer 105 5: Designing a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory 139 6: Designing Organizational Unit and Group Structure 165 7: Active Directory Infrastructure 185 8: Creating Federated Forests and Lightweight Directories 217 9: Integrating Active Directory in a UNIX Environment 235 Part III: Networking Services 10: Domain Name System and IPv6 251 11: DHCP/WINS/Domain Controllers 297 12: Internet Information Services 331 Part IV: Security 13: Server-Level Security 375 14: Transport-Level Security 399 15: Security Policies, Network Policy Server, and Network Access Protection 415 Part V: Migrating to Windows Server 2008 16: Migrating from Windows 2000/2003 to Windows Server 2008 439 17: Compatibility Testing for Windows Server 2008 473 Part VI: Windows Server 2008 Administration and Management 18: Windows Server 2008 Administration 499 19: Windows Server 2008 Group Policies and Policy Management 533 20: Windows Server 2008 Management and Maintenance Practices 581 21: Automating Tasks Using PowerShell Scripting 639 22: Documenting a Windows Server 2008 Environment 685 23: Integrating Systems Center Operations Manager 2007 with Windows Server 2008 715 Part VII: Remote and Mobile Technologies 24: Server-to-Client Remote and Mobile Access 737 25: Terminal Services 783 Part VIII: Desktop Administration 26: Windows Server Administration Tools for Desktops 839 27: Group Policy Management for Network Clients 865 Part IX: Fault Tolerance Technologies 28: File System Management and Fault Tolerance 935 29: System-Level Fault Tolerance (Clustering/Network Load Balancing) 993 30: Backing Up the Windows Server 2008 Environment 1043 31: Recovering from a Disaster 1077 Part X: Optimizing, Tuning, Debugging, and Problem Solving 32: Optimizing Windows Server 2008 for Branch Office Communications 1111 33: Logging and Debugging 1145 34: Capacity Analysis and Performance Optimization 1189 Part XI: Integrated Windows Application Services 35: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 1233 36: Windows Media Services 1281 37: Deploying and Using Windows Virtualization 1313 « less
A Complete Toolkit for Microsoft's Undocumented Log Analysis Tool
Written by Microsoft's Log Parser developer, this is the first book available on Microsoft's popular yet undocumented log parser tool. The book and accompanying Web site contain hundreds of customized, working scripts and templates that system administrators will find invaluable for analyzing the log more » files from Windows Server, Snort IDS, ISA Server, IIS Server, Exchange Server, and other products. System administrators running Windows, Unix, and Linux networks manage anywhere from 1 to thousands of operating systems (Windows, Unix, etc.), Applications (Exchange, Snort, IIS, etc.), and hardware devices (firewalls, routers, etc.) that generate incredibly long and detailed log files of all activity on the particular application or device. This book will teach administrators how to use Microsoft's Log Parser to data mine all of the information available within these countless logs. The book teaches readers how all queries within Log Parser work (for example: a Log Parser query to an Exchange log may provide information on the origin of spam, viruses, etc.). Also, Log Parser is completely scriptable and customizable so the book and accompanying Web site will provide the reader with hundreds of original, working scripts that will automate these tasks and provide formatted charts and reports detailing the results of the queries. * Written by Microsoft's sole developer of Log Parser, this is the first book available on the powerful yet completely undocumented product that ships with Microsoft's IIS, Windows Advanced Server 2003, and is available as a free download from the Microsoft Web site * The book and accompanying Web site contain dozens of original, working Log Parser scripts and templates for Windows Server, ISA Server, Snort IDS, Exchange Server, IIS, and more! * This book and accompanying scripts will save system administrators countless hours by scripting and automating the most common to the most complex log analysis tasks « less