In this article by Gaspare A. Silvestri, the author of Citrix XenDesktop 7 Cookbook, we will study how to install Virtual Desktop Agent in a server OS and a desktop OS.Read Installing Virtual Desktop Agent – server OS and desktop OS in full
This article is written by Jesin A the author of Packet Tracer Network Simulator. Cisco Packet Tracer is a powerful network simulation program and provides simulation, visualization, authoring, assessment, and shows collaboration capabilities of a network. This article explains the IPv6 addresses used in Packet Tracer.
IPv4 has 4.3 billion addresses, which may seem mindboggling. However, it took only two decades for it to reach its depletion. IPv6 has come to the rescue in the form of 128-bit addresses. Packet Tracer supports a wide array of IPv6 features. We'll start by learning how to assign IP addresses to different devices and how to configure routing between them. Finally, we'll create a setup that enables IPv6 communication over IPv4 devices.Read IPv6 on Packet Tracer in full
In this article by Geoff Webber-Cross, author of the book Learning Windows Azure Mobile Services for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, we will have a look at how push Notifications allow us to expand our application's user experience outside the bounds of the app with live tile updates, toast notifications, and badges in Windows 8. Windows Azure Mobile Services makes it very easy for us to trigger notifications via Windows Notifications Service (WNS) (for Store apps), Microsoft Push Notification Service (MPNS) (for Windows Phone 8 apps), Apple Notifications Service (ANS), and Google Notifications Service (GCM). We're going to discuss how to configure Windows 8 and Windows Phone applications to allow notifications, send different types of notifications using scripts, and create a list of devices to manage our user's notification channels.Read Windows Azure Mobile Services - Implementing Push Notifications using in full
This article by Sherif Talaat, the author of Windows PowerShell 4.0 for .NET Developers, demonstrates both simple and advanced examples of how to make use of PowerShell integration with technologies such as .NET, WMI, CIM, and COM.
In this article, we will cover the following topics:
- The basics of WMI, CIM, COM, and XML
- Extending Windows PowerShell capabilities with .NET, COM, and XML
Las tecnologías de Inteligencia de Negocios son parte fundamental de un negocio ya que apoyan el proceso de toma de decisiones con información clave y permiten a las empresas mantenerse alineados con la constante evolución de los mercados. La tecnología disruptiva de QlikView hace de éste un líder en la industria; con su flexibilidad y plataforma de análisis altamente poderosa, la construcción de aplicaciones QlikView está al alcance tanto de usuarios de negocio como de desarrolladores.
En este artículo por Miguel Ángel García y Barry Harmsen, autores de QlikView 11 para Desarrolladores, veremos:
- Qué es QlikView.
- Cómo explorar datos con QlikView.
- La tecnología y componentes detrás de QlikView.
- Aerolíneas HighCloud, y porqué QlikView puede ser justo la herramienta que necesitan.
In this article by Jochen Nickel, author of Learning Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control, we will have a look at the Microsoft DAC 2012, which is an end-to-end file server solution. We will have a look at the main components of Dynamic Access Control (DAC) for better granular overview.Read Microsoft DAC 2012 in full
This article, created by Farhan Ahmed Nadeem and Prasenjit Sarkar, the authors of Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions, introduces identity and resource pools which include UUID, MAC addresses, WWN, and server pools.
The list of topics that will be covered in the article is as follows:
- Understanding identity and resource pools
- Learning to create a UUID pool
- Learning to create a MAC pool
- Learning to create a WWNN pool
- Learning to create a WWPN pool
- Understanding the server pool
- Learning to create server pool membership and qualification policies
This article by Faisal Ghadially and Kalpit Parikh, the authors of Oracle Fusion Applications Administration Essentials, provides an architectural overview and an introduction to the technical components of Oracle Fusion Applications.Read Getting Started with Fusion Applications in full
This article, by Chandrasekhar Mankala and Ganesh Mahadevan V., the authors of the book SAP HANA Cookbook, highlights the SAP HANA architecture and its features.Read SAP HANA Architecture in full
This article written by Paul te Braak, the author of the book Microsoft Tabular Modeling Cookbook, focuses on the complex modeling concepts such as:
- Grouping by binning and sorting with ranks
- Defining many-to-many relationships
- Using the last non-empty function for stock data