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Exploring IBM eServer iSeries, Eleventh Edition -- Chapter 6

Jim Hoskins and Roger Dimmick

As a registered member of Search400.com, you're entitled to a complimentary copy of Chapter 6 of Exploring IBM eServer iSeries, Eleventh Edition written by Jim Hoskins and Roger Dimmick, and published by Maximum Press. "iSeries and Your Business" helps you understand how to introduce an iSeries into your environment. It discusses what you should consider when determining your business needs, covers software selection and addresses system hardware configurations appropriate for small, medium and large businesses.



Exploring IBM eServer iSeries, Eleventh Edition

Book description:
This easy-to-read book (and the companion "members-only" Web site) is the quickest way to learn about IBM's popular iSeries server family. Widely considered the bible of the iSeries world, Exploring IBM eServer iSeries tells you everything you need to know to integrate and manage these popular computers in small-, medium-, or large-sized business environments.

The new Eleventh Edition has been updated to cover the whole new line of iSeries models (including the new POWER4-based servers), the new "Standard" and "Enterprise" packaging strategy, On/Off Capacity on Demand, OS/400 V5R2, Linux, new WebSphere editions, unlimited 5250 on-line transaction processing, improved WebFacing capabilities, native Lotus Domino, displays, disk storage, printers, tape drives, remote access products and much more.

Included with this book is a password necessary for accessing the companion Web site, which provides up-to-the-minute iSeries news, expanded information, and additional resources.

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This was first published in August 2004

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