By Martin L. Shooman
With desktops turning into embedded as controllers in every thing from community servers to the routing of subway schedules to NASA missions, there's a severe have to make sure that platforms proceed to operate even if an element fails. during this publication, bestselling writer Martin Shooman attracts on his services in reliability engineering and software program engineering to supply an entire and authoritative examine fault tolerant computing. He truly explains all basics, together with tips on how to use redundant components in method layout to make sure the reliability of desktops and networks.Market: structures and Networking Engineers, machine Programmers, IT pros
Read or Download Reliability of Computer Systems and Networks PDF
Best systems analysis & design books
In a realistic consultant to firm structure, six top specialists current fundamental technical, strategy, and company perception into each element of firm structure. you can find start-to-finish assistance for architecting potent method, software program, and service-oriented architectures; utilizing product strains to streamline company software program layout; leveraging robust agile modeling ideas; extending the Unified strategy to the complete software program lifecycle; architecting presentation levels and consumer adventure; and riding the technical course of the complete company.
Cadle and Yeates' venture administration for info platforms is appropriate for undergraduate scholars learning venture administration in the IT setting. This accomplished and useful booklet is a wonderful place to begin for any scholars of venture administration for info platforms, whether or not they are from a computing or a enterprise historical past, at undergraduate or masters point.
CRYSTAL experiences® 2008 respectable advisor no matter if you’re a DBA, info warehousing or company intelligence expert, reporting expert, or developer, this booklet has the solutions you wish. via hands-on examples, you’ll systematically grasp Crystal experiences and Xcelsius 2008’s strongest good points for growing, allotting, and supplying content material.
- Electronic System Level Design: An Open-Source Approach
- Formal Development of a Network-Centric RTOS: Software Engineering for Reliable Embedded Systems
- Expert Systems
- Miscellaneous problems in maritime navigation, transport and shipping : marine navigation and safety of sea transportation
- Patterns: Service Oriented Architecture And Web Services
- Advances in biometrics for secure human authentication and recognition
Additional resources for Reliability of Computer Systems and Networks
Noyes Data Corporation, 1986. Trivedi, K. S. Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications, 2d ed. Wiley, New York, 2002. Workshop on Defect and Fault-Tolerance in VLSI Systems. IEEE Computer Society Press, New York, 1995. REFERENCES Anderson, T. Resilient Computing Systems. Wiley, New York, 1985. Bell, C. G. Computer Structures: Readings and Examples. McGraw-Hill, New York, 1971. Bell, T. ). Special Report: Designing and Operating a Minimum-Risk System.
The Digital Press, Bedford, MA, 1992. Siewiorek, D. , and R. S. Swarz. Reliable Computer Systems Design and Evaluation, 3d ed. A. K. com, 1998. Smith, B. T. The Fault-Tolerant Multiprocessor Computer. Noyes Data Corporation, 1986. Trivedi, K. S. Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications, 2d ed. Wiley, New York, 2002. Workshop on Defect and Fault-Tolerance in VLSI Systems. IEEE Computer Society Press, New York, 1995. REFERENCES Anderson, T. Resilient Computing Systems.
Appendix D discusses reliability, availability, and risk-modeling programs. Most large systems will require such software to aid in analysis. This appendix categorizes these programs and provides information to aid the reader in contacting the suppliers to make an informed choice among the products offered. GENERAL REFERENCES The references listed here are a selection of textbooks and proceedings that apply to several chapters in this book. Speciﬁc references for Chapter 1 appear in the following section.
Reliability of Computer Systems and Networks by Martin L. Shooman