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From the Publisher
This book is intended primarily for database administrators and Linux users who want to improve their skills and understanding of various databases. We hope you will come away with a better understanding of database design and implementation in general. This book will give you a better understanding of the Linux operating system when it is used as a database server.
For the purposes of this book, we have presented a shopping cart scenario to illustrate some of the uses and potential of databases. Web servers are a key element in utilizing databases on the Web, and we have provided a short overview of many of the most popular ones today. Overall, we hope you find this book a useful reference that will assist your efforts in bringing up a database on Linux for whatever purpose.---Amy Pedersen, Publisher, Syngress Media, Inc.
About the Author
David Egan, P.Eng., BASc Engineering U of T 78, MCT 96, RHCE 99, has lived and worked in several countries and has worked with computers since the early days of the Apple and IBM-type PC's. David's first "hobby-turned-job" was as a Z80 Assembler and C Language programmer for five years. David transitioned into a VMS/ UNIX/ NT/ PC Systems Integration Consultant and Technology Instructor -- "An Edutainer" -- during the past 15 years. David is still consulting and writing the occasional book, but mostly contracting as a Course Director and Course Writer of Unix-, NT- and Linux-based courses for Global Knowledge Inc. of Cary, NC.
Technical Editor Chris Rogers has been configuring Linux servers since 1994. To give an idea of how long that is in terms of the computing industry, the Web browser was Mosaic, Netscape 0.9 had just hit the FTP sites, and the Slackware distribution without X-windows could still fit on only three 3.5" diskettes. Chris is now CEO of PowerStreak Networks, a Management Services Provider that specializes in managing customer networks using Linux servers.
Paul Zikopoulos is a database specialist with the IBM Global Sales Support team. He has more than seven years of experience with DB2 and has written many magazine articles and books about DB2, including DB2:The Complete Reference (Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 2001), with Roman Melynk. Paul is a DB2 Certified Advanced Technical Expert (DRDA and Cluster/EEE), DB2 Certified Solutions Expert (Business Intelligence and Database Administration), and a DB2 Certified User Specialist. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Headquartered in Rockland, MA, Syngress Media is an independent publisher of print and electronic reference materials for Information Technology professionals seeking skill enhancement and career advancement. Distributed throughout Europe and the U.S., Syngress Media titles have been translated into six languages and have sold more than 1,000,000 copies in the last two years. The Companys pioneering customer support program, firstname.lastname@example.org, extends the value of every Syngress title with regular information updates and customer-driven author forums. Syngress Media has also established strategic alliances with Global Knowledge, one of the worlds largest information technology education companies, and Rt. 1 Solutions, the premier network services provider of Cisco convergence technology.