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Fortress Rochester: The Inside Story of the IBM iSeries

Fortress Rochester: The Inside Story of the IBM iSeries
Author: Dr. Frank Soltis

Get the inside story behind the design and development of IBM's new eServer iSeries straight from Dr. Frank Soltis, IBM chief scientist for the iSeries and the creator of the technology-independent architecture used in IBM's iSeries and AS/400 systems. In this new book, Soltis gives you his unique and entertaining take on the revolutionary iSeries, examining the five sacred architectural principles of the system, hardware technologies (including processor and semiconductor technologies, memory, and I/O), system structure, enabling technologies (including file systems, Universal Database, partitioning, and the Unix/Windows environments), and e-business. Special chapters cover iSeries security in a Web world, Java, Domino, and Linux. Throughout the book, Soltis gives you his own unique and fascinating insights into the future of the iSeries.


This was first published in June 2002

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