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Networking

by Aravind Sivaraman Mohammed Raffic Kajamoideen | March 2014 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

This article by Mohammed Raffic Kajamoideen and Aravind Sivaraman, authors of the book VMware ESXi Cookbook, helps you to understand the vSphere networking concepts—the distributed switch—then moves on to discuss some of the more advanced networking configurations available in the distributed switch.

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Presenting Data Using ADF Faces

by Amr Gawish | March 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article, by Amr Gawish, the author of Oracle ADF Faces Cookbook, you will learn how to present a single record, multiple records, and master-details records on your page using different components and methodologies.

The article will cover the following topics:

  • Presenting single records on your page

  • Presenting multiple records using ADF Table

  • Presenting multiple records using ADF List View

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Virtual Machine Concepts

by Rebecca Fitzhugh | March 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by Rebecca Fitzhugh, the author of the book vSphere Virtual Machine Management, has explained the basic concepts of the virtual machine. Ever since VMware was founded in 1998, it has been creating stable x86 virtualization platforms that allow multiple guest operating systems and applications to run on a single physical server. Before an administrator can begin creating and configuring vSphere virtual machines, it is important to understand what a virtual machine is and the concepts behind virtualizing hardware.

In this article, you will learn:

  • What a virtual machine is
  • Components of a virtual machine
  • Why to use virtual machines
  • Files that make up a virtual machine
  • The four primary resources
  • VMware Tools
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Design, Install, and Configure

by Joel Lindberg Peter Björk Peter von Oven | March 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by Michael Larkin, author of VMware Horizon Workspace Essentials, we will cover the basic installation and configuration of Horizon Workspace 1.5. After making sure all the prerequisites are in place, we can now deploy the Horizon Workspace vApp.

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Maximizing everyday debugging

by Jeff Martin | March 2014 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

Given the frequency of debugging, any refinement to the tools used can pay immediate dividends. In this article by Jeff Martin, the author of the book Visual Studio 2013 Cookbook, he explains the popular Edit and Continue feature that now supports working with 64-bit code. Added to that is the new ability to see the return value of functions in your debugger. These two features combine to make debugging code easier, allowing you to solve problems faster.

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Self-service reporting

by Bill Anton James Serra | March 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by James Serra and Bill Anton, authors of Reporting with Microsoft SQL Server 2012, we will look into what self-service reporting is and talks about how Power View solves self-service reporting needs, covering its main features and functionalities.

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Snapshots

by Michael Roy | February 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article, by Michael Roy, author of Getting Started with VMware Fusion, discusses a very useful feature called "snapshots". We also learn about how to launch and restore a snapshot.

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Understanding Process Variation with Control Charts

by Isaac Newton | February 2014 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

This article, by Isaac Newton, author of Minitab Cookbook, will help you understand the different process variations that can be done in control charts using Minitab. Control charts are very simple graphical tools which show us if measurements/results are stable over time. They look at the mean and variation of the data and check to see whether the observed data shows any patterns that would not be expected to occur if the data was purely random. This special cause variation is indicated by tests that look for these patterns. They are based on there being a low probability of these patterns occurring randomly. Minitab provides a wide range of control charts for different scenarios. These include the standard control charts for monitoring a process over time such as Xbar-R or I-MR charts as well as multivariate control charts and charts to plot rare events. Now, we will look at using some of the more traditional charts, but also show the use of some of the newer charts in Minitab.

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Query Performance Tuning

by Alberto Ferrari Chris Webb Marco Russo | February 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by Chris Webb, Alberto Ferrari, and Marco Russo, authors of Expert Cube Development with SSAS Multidimensional Models, we will learn about the steps that you'll need to go through in order to ensure your cube is as responsive as possible.

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The BarItem class and the RadOutlookBar control

by Daniel R. Spalding | February 2014 | Enterprise Articles

In this article by Daniel Spalding, the author of Telerik WPF Controls Tutorial, we will learn about the RadOutlookBar control. First we will learn briefly about the BarItem class. Then we will learn how to use this RadOutlookBar control using GenericList, DataBinding, and database security. We will also discuss the usage of the RadOutlookBar with generic list binding with XML security.

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