They give you just a quick lesson, and tell you where you can get more info…. I know that there will be plenty of full reviews out there soon, and even reviews from far better writers than I, but something in me needed to do this post. Before I will give you the full details I want to thanks a couple of people who have helped us tremendously and without whom this publication would not have been possible. I frequently received long and elaborate replies regardless of time and day. The outline includes chapter titles and page numbers. That fact alone makes it kind of an exciting book to own.
The book contains a stretched cluster use case section that contains all necessary settings for creating a fully-functional stretched cluster and reviews all failure scenarios and their effect on the existing workload. You can read more about Duncan Epping on his popular , and more about Frank Denneman on his popular. Z This blog is personal. At this stage we do not have plans to produce any other formats. Looking at the vSphere 5. Before I give the full description here are the direct links to where you can buy the book. Im about to look in the resource guide now.
Is there somewhere i can find a very simple explanation of resource pools. As this is self-publishing release we developed, edited and created everything from scratch. The figures and tables are clear and make some topics easier to understand. I will be ordering my copy in the next few minutes. The authors of this new book really need no introduction. Basic concepts of vSphere and the most common vSphere infrastructure problems are explained with practical solutions to resolve it.
If you are one of those that require some visual stimulation for learning, you are in for a treat. Just like in the previous version of the book, the basic design principle quotes are also included but not indexed which was the case in the previous book. It goes beyond the theoretical description of self-organization to present principles for designing self-organizing systems, and concludes by showing the need for a paradigm shift in the development of large-scale systems from strictly deterministic to non-deterministic and adaptive. However, there are some of us ahem… myself that still learn better when text is married with images. Large scale distributed computer systems have evolved into very complex systems and are at the point where they need to borrow self-adapting organizing concepts from nature. The color and clarity of the Kindle version on iPad and iPhone 4 is of course beautiful. I guess they really have raised the bar for themselves this time.
So I am not sure when I will have the pleasure of finishing the book. Initially we planned to release an Ebook and a Full Color version only, but due to the high production cost associated with Full color publishing, we decided to add a Black and White edition to the line-up as well. We believe we got the right balance between white-space and content in the book, reducing the amount of pages while still offering the best reading experience. This resulted in roughly 50% more content totaling 348 pages than the previous book, also worth noting that every single diagram has been recreated and are? Would you say having only a kindle version is sufficient, or does that miss out on the graphics placed in the book? Once again thank you so much for making this available at the perfect time. This book is very content dense, and info-rich.
Though I will still get the kindle version, I just want you to know that I will not shy away from purchasing the iBook version as well if you make that available in the future. A perfect example of this would be this quick pic I took…. . Also included in this pic is my sandal, which is apparently from Old Navy…. The book contains a stretched cluster use case section that contains all necessary settings for creating a fully-functional stretched cluster and reviews all failure scenarios and their effect on the existing workload. Â As someone certainly realized, this book going forward will be a great reference guide for clustering in a vSphere environment.
Your commitment to improve the book impressed us very much. When we started working, or better said, planning an update of the book we never realized the amount of work required. The book paper can be , or get the. The iPhone form factor is pretty small for my liking. I will not complain even if I have to repurchase it.
When producing the book, the page count rapidly exceeded 400 pages using the 4. I loved this foreword from Doug, it really sums up the audience this book is intended for. This outline on the back cover, will make it that much quicker to get to the section you want. Besides these three major pillars we also decided to add what we call supporting deepdives. I much prefer my books in hard copy format.