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Linux Client Migration Cookbook, Version 2: A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide for Migrating to Desktop Linux 2007-08-18 10:15:22 Description: This 376 page reference from IBM explores the issues that any organization considering a move to Linux may encounter. It contains methods for planning and implementation of migrations to a Linux desktop environment.
Author(s): Almond, Chris & van Hoof, Jeroen & Lassonde, Nick & Li, Ben & Taylor, Kurt
License: Commercial
Type: Book
Format: Paper, PDF, Video
Price: Hardcopy can be ordered from Vervante for $40. PDF is FREE.
URL: http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/ abstracts/ sg246380.html? Open
ReviewText: Contents include:
  • Part 1 Choosing Linux
    • Chapter 1. Introduction
    • Chapter 2. The case for migration
  • Part 2 Planning the pilot migration
    • Chapter 3. Organizational and human factors planning
    • Chapter 4. Technical planning
    • Chapter 5. Linux architecture and technical differences
  • Part 3 Performing the pilot migration
    • Chapter 6. Migration best practices
    • Chapter 7. Client deployment models
    • Chapter 8. Client migration scenario
    • Chapter 9. Integration how-tos
  • Part 4 Appendixes
    • Appendix A. Linux glossary for Windows users
    • Appendix B. Using enterprise management tools
    • Appendix C. Automating desktop migration using Versora Progression Desktop
    • Appendix D. Multi-station computing deep dive using Userful Desktop Multiplier
    • Appendix E. Client personalization
    • Appendix F. Desktop automation and scripting
    • Appendix G. Application porting

Keywords: OS , Linux , Microsoft , operating systems
Submitter: EE HomePage Editorial Staff
Affiliation: None
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