Discover how to unleash the power of Microsoft’s .NET Enterprise Servers to create and deploy integrated solutions
From IT mainstays such as Exchange Server to leading-edge solutions including Content Management Server, the Microsoft .NET family of products will help you build, deploy, and manage solutions that meet your business requirements. This hands-on, practical guide will show you how to create these distributed and integrated solutions while leveraging the strengths and coping with the weaknesses of .NET Enterprise Servers.
Beginning with an in-depth review of XML and the ADO application program interface, which are essential for integration, the authors provide a thorough description and honest assessment of each of the servers’ key features and any shortcomings. You’ll also learn when and how to deploy solutions for each product, including a detailed list of best practices for integration and interoperability.
While providing an independent overview of the entire family of .NET Enterprise Servers, this book will help you:
About the Author
- Deploy .NET solutions based on combinations of current and legacy members
- Tackle the job of integrating .NET internally–avoiding expensive consultant fees
- Assure that solutions are integrated and meet the needs of your company
- Understand how .NET Enterprise Servers work together and solve particular problems
MIKE YOUNG is Vice President of SofTouch, a training and consulting firm that specializes in Microsoft .NET Enterprise Server and Windows development. He designs and builds training courseware and has been an MCSE and MCP for more than seven years.
CURTIS W. YOUNG is President of SofTouch. A former CPA, Young has been designing courseware and training developers in Visual Studio and Microsoft BackOffice for more than ten years.
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