Systems communicating over Ethernet divide a stream of data into shorter pieces called frames. Each frame contains source and destination addresses and error-checking data so that damaged data can be detected and re-transmitted. As per the OSI model Ethernet provides services up to and including the data link layer.
Since its commercial release, Ethernet has retained a good degree of compatibility. Features such as the 48-bit MAC address and Ethernet frame format have influenced other networking protocols.
Learn how to make the most of SharePoint 2016 and its wide range of capabilities to support your information management, collaboration, and business process management needs. Whether you are using SharePoint as an intranet or business solution platform, you will learn how to use the resources (such as lists, libraries, and sites) and services (such as search, workflow, and social) that make up these environments. In the fifth edition of this bestselling book, author Tony Smith walks you through the components and capabilities that make up a SharePoint 2016 environment. He provides step-by-step instructions for using and managing these elements, as well as recommendations for how to get the best out of them.
What You Will Learn
Create and use common SharePoint resources like lists, libraries, sites, pages and web parts
Understand when and how workflows and information management policies can be used to automate process
Learn how to take advantage of records retention, management, and dispositionÂ
Make the most of SharePoint search services
Take advantage of social capabilities to create social solutions
Who This Book Is For
Whether you have not yet used SharePoint at all, have used previous versions, have just started using the basic features, or have been using it for a long of time, this book provides the skills you need to work efficiently with the capabilities SharePoint 2016 provides.
Software Defined Networks discusses the historical networking environment that gave rise to SDN, as well as the latest advances in SDN technology. The book gives you the state of the art knowledge needed for successful deployment of an SDN, including:
How to explain to the non-technical business decision makers in your organization the potential benefits, as well as the risks, in shifting parts of a network to the SDN model
How to make intelligent decisions about when to integrate SDN technologies in a network
How to decide if your organization should be developing its own SDN applications or looking to acquire these from an outside vendor
How to accelerate the ability to develop your own SDN application, be it entirely novel or a more efficient approach to a long-standing problem
Discusses the evolution of the switch platforms that enable SDN
Addresses when to integrate SDN technologies in a network
Provides an overview of sample SDN applications relevant to different industries
Includes practical examples of how to write SDN applications
With the proliferation of mobile devices and bring-your-own-devices (BYOD) within enterprise networks, the boundaries of where the network begins and ends have been blurred. Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) is the leading security policy management platform that unifies and automates access control to proactively enforce role-based access to enterprise networks. In Practical Deployment of Cisco Identity Services EngineÂ (ISE), Andy Richter and Jeremy Wood share their expertise from dozens of real-world implementations of ISE and the methods they have used for optimizing ISE in a wide range of environments.
ISE can be difficult, requiring a team of security and network professionals, with the knowledge of many different specialties. Practical Deployment of Cisco Identity Services EngineÂ (ISE) shows you how to deploy ISE with the necessary integration across multiple different technologies required to make ISE work like a system. Andy Richter and Jeremy Wood explain end-to-end how to make the system work in the real world, giving you the benefit of their ISE expertise, as well as all the required ancillary technologies and configurations to make ISE work.
The Definitive Guide to Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
Create, deploy, and manage business intelligence reports using the expert tips and best practices in this hands-on resource. Written by a member of the original Reporting Services development team, Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services, Fourth Edition covers the complete process of building and distributing reports and explains how to maximize all of the powerful, integrated SSRS capabilities, including the new and enhanced features. A detailed case study and sample reports are included in this practical reference.
Plan for, install, configure, and customize SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
Retrieve data with SELECT queries
Generate reports from the Report Wizard and from scratch
Enhance your reports with charts, images, gauges, and maps
Add value to reports through summarizing, totaling, and interactivity
Build reusable report templates
Embed Visual Basic, .NET functions and subreports into your reports
Enable end-user access to reports via the Report Server and its Report Manager web interface
Integrate SSRS reports with your own websites and custom applications
Follow along with sample reports from the book's case study
Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft SharePoint Foundation to enable effective team collaboration. With Step By Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
Build your own SharePoint site with easy-to-use templates
Create lists and libraries to store information
Add discussion boards, wikis, and blogs
Set up Document and Meeting Workspaces for easy collaboration
Share calendars, contacts, and data from Microsoft Office programs
Customize your pages with Web Parts
Your all-in-one learning experience includes:
Files for building skills and practicing the book's lessons
This practical guide offers you a detailed introduction to all the essential aspects of SAP Authorization management, as well as the necessary organizational and technical structures and tools. Take advantage of a proven Phase Model to help you navigate through all of the stages leading up to the implementation and deployment of an authorization concept, from the procedural steps required to design the concept, to the production phase, and lastly, to the supervision phase. In addition, you'll quickly learn how to set up authorization via the SAP R/3 Profile Generator.
This book provides in-depth coverage of the special security requirements of the SAP Enterprise Portal as well as the SAP R/3 standards and infrastructure, which serve as a framework to develop and support SAP Authorization concepts.
Highlights include: - Special features of the SAP Authorization System - Fundamental principles of the SAP Authorization concept - Internal Control System (ICS) - Best practices for the design phase - Best practices for the production phase - Testing of Authorization concepts - Audit Information System (AIS) - SAP Enterprise Portal: components, access control and administration, integration, and more!
The Authors This book was written by a team of highly experienced SAP consultants from IBM Business Consulting Services GmbH. The authors have honed their expertise with many years of experience with SAP technology, especially with regard to the implementation of SAP Authorization concepts.
If you think you're well versed in ASP.NET, think again. This exceptional guide gives you a master class in site building with ASP.NET 3.5 and other cutting-edge Microsoft technologies. You learn how to develop rock-solid web portal applications that can withstand millions of hits every day while surviving scalability and security pressures -- not just for mass-consumer homepages, but also for dashboards that deliver powerful content aggregation for enterprises.
Written by Omar AL Zabir, co-founder and CTO of Pageflakes, Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.NET 3.5 demonstrates how to develop portals similar to My Yahoo!, iGoogle, and Pageflakes using ASP.NET 3.5, ASP.NET AJAX, Windows Workflow Foundation, LINQ and .NET 3.5. Through the course of the book, AL Zabir builds an open source Ajax-enabled portal prototype (available online at www.dropthings.com), and walks you though the design and architectural challenges, advanced Ajax concepts, performance optimization techniques, and server-side scalability problems involved.
You learn how to:
Implement a highly decoupled architecture following the popular n-tier, widget-based application model
Provide drag-and-drop functionality, and use ASP.NET 3.5 to build the server-side part of the web layer
Use LINQ to build the data access layer, and Windows Workflow Foundation to build the business layer as a collection of workflows
Get maximum performance out of the ASP.NET AJAX Framework for faster, more dynamic, and scalable sites
Build a custom web service call handler to overcome shortcomings in ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 for asynchronous, transactional, cache-friendly web services
Solve scalability and security problems as your site grows from hundreds to millions of users
Deploy and run a high-volume production site while solving software, hardware, hosting, and Internet infrastructure problems
Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.NET 3.5 also presents real-world ASP.NET challenges that the author has solved in building educational and enterprise portals, plus thirteen production disasters common to web applications serving millions of users. If you're ready to build state-of-the art, high-volume web applications, this book has exactly what you need.
Cloud Computing in Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences provides the latest information on this relatively new platform for scientific computing, which has great possibilities and challenges, including pricing and deployments costs and applications that are often presented as primarily business oriented. In addition, scientific users may be very familiar with these types of models and applications, but relatively unfamiliar with the intricacies of the hardware platforms they use.
The book provides a range of practical examples of cloud applications that are written to be accessible to practitioners, researchers, and students in affiliated fields. By providing general information on the use of the cloud for oceanographic and atmospheric computing, as well as examples of specific applications, this book encourages and educates potential users of the cloud. The chapters provide an introduction to the practical aspects of deploying in the cloud, also providing examples of workflows and techniques that can be reused in new projects.
Provides real examples that help new users quickly understand the cloud and provide guidance for new projects
Presents proof of the usability of the techniques and a clear path to adoption of the techniques by other researchers
Includes real research and development examples
that are ideal for cloud computing adopters in ocean and atmospheric domains
The smart way to build applications with MicrosoftÂ® SharePointÂ® Designer 2010 -- one step at a time!
Experience learning made easy -- and quickly teach yourself how to create SharePoint 2010 applications and workflows with MicrosoftÂ® SharePointÂ® Designer 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace -- building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
Design solutions to meet your business scenario -- without code
Customize lists, libraries, and SharePoint site pages
Use Web Parts to display, edit, and modify list item data
Access data from a variety of external sources
Create workflows to automate business processes
Use master pages and CSS to control how sites work
Your Step by Step digital content includes:
All the books practice files -- ready to download and put to work.
Fully searchable online edition of this book -- with unlimited access on the Web.
The print version of this book includes free digital content online. To download, please visit O'Reilly's web site, search for the title of this book to find its catalog page, and click on the link below the cover image (Examples, Companion Content, or Practice Files). Note that while we provide as much of the media content as we are able via free download, we are sometimes limited by licensing restrictions. Please direct any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tips from MicrosoftÂ® SharePointÂ® Designer 2010 Step by Step
Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 has seen major improvements over its previous version, Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. It is now the preferred tool for site owners and what Gartner termed as âcitizen developersâ. Using the browser and other what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) tools such as, SharePoint Designer 2010, InfoPath 2010 and Visio Premium 2010, citizen developers, that is, those users operating outside the scope of IT can create new business applications for consumptions by others. These non-code solutions are successful because citizen developers know what they want to achieve, they understand their business needs and with a bit of SharePoint knowledge they can wire together the business processes or sets of tasks for their organization. Using the book, SharePoint Designer 2010 Step by Step â site owners and citizen developers can build up their SharePoint 2010 knowledge so that they can build citizen developed solutions, and then reuse those solutions as a basis for future SharePoint sites.
The book is a step by step tutorial; explaining what you are doing and why, and gives you a good understanding of why. It contains images of commands in the margin so you can easily find them on the ribbon and contains many screenshots so you can confirm that you are following the steps correctly. You can also use the book as a reference as it has an extensive index and glossary.
Donât be put off by its name; this book is not aimed at just web designers - with SharePoint Designer, you can carry out similar tasks to the browser; however, you can now complete more tasks natively, without the need to jump back and forth between SharePoint Designer and the browser. For example, when you first open a site with SharePoint Designer you are presented within the SharePoint Designer workspace with a siteâs summary page. This page provides you with the basic information about the site and allows you to change many site settings, manage permissions and create new subsites. You will also notice from the screenshot below, that SharePoint Designer has a redesigned user interface (UI) that uses Microsoft Office Fluent UI.
Tip: Once you open a SharePoint 2010 site in SharePoint Designer, you can open individual files, that are not stored within the site.
Another reason why you it is easier to complete similar tasks with SharePoint Designer than using the web browser to is the Navigation pane. This replaces the Folder List task pane in SharePoint Designer 2007 and focuses on SharePoint objects and not where the objects are stored. You can then pin each of these object types to show their contents in a mini-gallery, whilst you complete another task in the workspace.
Although SharePoint Designer is a wonderful tool, it is not a tool that everyone should use, for example, if you only have contributor rights on a site you will not be able to use SharePoint Designer. In addition to SharePoint Designerâs in-built usage restrictions, IT and site collection owners can limit its usage at either the Web application or site collection level. Therefore you may see different SharePoint objects in the Navigation pane as compared to another user or depending on the site collection where the site is located.
Tip: Using the Log In As icon in the SharePoint Designer status bar, you can log in as another user without closing and restarting the program.
When you create the top level site in a site collection based on the team site template, then by default - users who are members of the Site Owners and Designers site groups can use SharePoint Designer. However they cannot customize site definition pages, nor can they see the hidden URL structure of a SharePoint site â the hierarchical tree view displayed when you click All File in the Navigation pane, that shows where files are physical or virtually located in a site. When you create a site collection using the Publishing Portal site template, then site owners and designers have no such limitations. This does make sense. On publishing site collections, you will probably want to delegate the control of content to individuals on a site by site basis. These individuals may need to create their own page layouts and change the branding of their sites. On team sites, you may wish to keep the same look and feel throughout the site collection and prevent all but site collection owners from customizing site definition pages.
Tip: Whenever you create a new site collection, check that the SharePoint Designer settings meet your business needs.
Microsoft has also addressed the issue that when you saved a site definition page with SharePoint Designer 2007, it would always store a copy of the page in the content database â known as customizing or un-ghosting the page, even when this was not necessary. Now with SharePoint Designer 2010, Microsoft has implemented a "safe by default" approach. When you edit a page you will only be able to amend the code within Web Part zones or within the Wiki page content area. If IT or the site collection owner has allowed you, you can edit the page outside those areas by placing the page in advance edit mode. This will result in customizing or un-ghosting the page â so customizing a page has not gone away, but you donât always have to do it when editing a page with SharePoint Designer.
SharePoint Designer 2010 Step by Step provides you with tips and guidance on how to use SharePoint Designer 2010. It helps you understand the consequences of performing tasks and gives you the skills and understanding for how to best build and modify your solutions to meet your business requirements.
The aim of this book is to provide a simplified guide to understanding Microsoft Azure Web Apps. It provides a step by step visual guide to help you get started with Azure and create your websites in Azure. Author of this book has done an amazing job in presenting information in a very organized, simplified and visual manner. Authorâs strong belief in the power of visual learning is strongly reflected with over 70 snapshots included in this book. If you are new to Microsoft Cloud or you wish to get a kick start into Azure Web Apps, this book is a must for you.
Led Digital Marketing Efforts of Top 500 e-Retailers.
Worked with Top Brands at Leading Agencies.
Successfully Managed Over $50 million in Digital Ad Spend.
Developed Strategies and Processes that Enabled Brands to Grow During an Economic Downturn.
Taught Advanced Internet Marketing Strategies at the graduate level.
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