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Very highly recommended! I am pursuing this certification because I work on the IT Helpdesk and part of my job requires that I monitor the hospital's data center, nightly. Although it will probably take me 1 - 2 years to be ready to sit for this certification.
Excellent book. Good book but way too technical for the exam.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. A must have for anyone in IT infra sales, pre-sales, delivery units if they want to get their fundamentals right. This is really out of date. I was read this book few month back in a library and after that i was dreaming to buy this. Finally i got the book. This is a bible of DataCenter. Everyone working in Datacenter or who are dreaming to work such, this is the right book to buy. This title has a ton of information in it.
It covers just about every technology that could make up a Data Center environment. The authors have done a good job of cover detail about the several technologies in this title.
Some technologies are covered in more detail than others. For example there's a lot of information on HTTP related technologies and not so much detail on say routing protocol. This makes sense, because the title is "Data Center Fundamental".
This is a great title for someone that is not well versed in several technologies, because the authors have covered a great deal of information and has done a good job presenting the basics of each. This will give someone that is not familiar with a certain technology the information they need to get an idea of the technology so they can continue to expand on what they've learned.
Even though most of the basics are covered, the authors throw in great advanced information on technology that would pertain to Data Centers.
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I've learned a few nice advanced techniques on how to speed up network convergence when failures occur. The book is littered with nuggets of advanced techniques on ways to improve the overall architecture and performance of a Data Center.
I would recommend this title to all IT personnel that are responsible for either Networking, System Administration, System and Network Operations, even Managers and Project Managers should have a copy on their desk.
In this day and age, it's imperative that technical support personnel have knowledge that crosses over their job function and into other technologies that make up the rest of the 'Network'. This makes them more proficient at their work and more valuable. I would highly recommend this title to personnel responsible for Small to Medium Business Networks especially, because those folks don't always have the exposure to the many different technologies that are covered in this title and will give them a great start to doing it right.
I think the Authors make good use of figures, diagrams and tables to augment the text where needed. The title isn't loaded with diagrams, but there are plenty to support the author's objective. There is enough information in here about the lower level working of protocols; to give protocol analyzer enthusiasts there money's worth. There are other books out there that cover protocol analysis, but few books do it well.
This book covers protocol analysis well and with an easy to understand format with supporting window diagrams. The Authors have kept the sections straight and to the point. There is little wasted ink in here. There is some repetitive information in the book, specifically pertaining to HTTP header error codes. Not sure how the topic got covered three times. The information isn't exactly the same and by the time your done reading the book, you should have a solid understanding of Hyper Text Transport Protocol HTTP.
I think the information contained in this book is a little heavier on the system side more so than the data networking side. I'm not suggesting there is a lack of information on the data networking side, only that there is more pertaining to systems. Overall I thought this was a great title. It crosses many boundaries of responsibility in the Enterprise Networks and ties them all together very nicely.
I would certainly purchase another title written by these authors. They are thorough in their writing, with not a lot of fluff. While I wasn't entirely wrong I can honestly say this book holds much more inside it's covers than many much more expensive or comparable books hold combined.
Those interested in learning what high availability really means and entails should read this book and understand it thoroughly. While every section of the book is almost a book of it's own it is an extremely long book and could likely get sold as such, this book takes head on the task of trying to cram into it every aspect you would need to delve into a world made up of fully redundant server and network architecture.
As a good example, DNS, while reasonably simple and elegant has many facets to it that if improperly configured or understood can be a make or break item in many data centers.
Security is yet another aspect that can either help or hurt a company and it's client base. If either of these is something you want to ensure is part of your considerations when building a data center then this is likely a book right up your alley.
The Cryptography section is perfect for those looking to help out a bit in their search for a CISSP and the section on layer 2 and layer 3 functions is almost invaluable to anyone in a network administration field. Lastly the aspect of this book that most astounded me was the depth that it was able to attain in such a short book. With the stress of putting together a book so focused on redundancy it is hard to believe as much foundation material made it into this book as it did.
The authors made sure to try to cover every aspect of the underlying technology beneath every higher level solution they proposed. This book is a must read for anyone interested in networking and server support regardless of being in a true "Data Center".
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