Yosemite Server

Yosemite Server

By Reid Bundonis

  • Release Date : 2014-11-03
  • Genre : Operating Systems
  • FIle Size : 49.45 MB

Description

Yosemite Server Yosemite Server – Foundation Services is the first book in the Yosemite Server series.  This book walks Mac Server Administrators step-by-step through the proper setup and configuration of the core services required in nearly all deployments of Yosemite Server.  The approach and recommendations are based on more than a decade of experience with OS X Server is environments of all shapes and sizes.  From schools, to enterprise, to small business, and everything else in between, OS X Server has proven to be a capable and affordable server solution.

Based on the 5-Star rated Mavericks Server – Foundation Services, this book is fully revised, updated, and expanded to provide systems administrators with what is new, what is gone, and what is broken in Yosemite Server.  The book is an ideal companion for administrators planning upgrades to their existing OS X servers or for those new to the platform.

Chapters include Installation and Upgrading, DNS, DHCP, Directory Services, RADIUS, Caching Server, and much more.  Need to deploy OS X on a network with VLANs?  Want to support link aggregation?  Curious on how to backup individual services and protect against a server or service failure?  Integrating into Active Directory?  All these scenarios and more are presented with step-by-step procedures, real world examples, and practical justification of the deployment actions.

Make sure you start with a solid foundation.  Make sure you start with Yosemite Server – Foundation Services.  If you do not, the rest of your deployment will be on shaky ground.

As with other books by Reid Bundonis, readers should expect regular updates including corrections, additional content, and suggestions from readers.  This approach keeps the books fresh and targeted to the audience, ensuring that Mac Server Administrators have the latest and most effective documentation available at all time.

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