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If you'd like to find what you're looking for without aimlessly searching around, keep tabs on your system and be alerted when something needs attention, or bend the browser to your will, then you'll find something to pique your interest in this latest batch of Developer and DevOps titles.
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Author Martin White shows you how to plan and implement a managed search environment that meets the needs of your business and your employees. Learn why it’s vital to have a dedicated staff manage your search technology and support your users.
Monitoring with Ganglia
Written by Ganglia designers and maintainers, this book shows you how to collect and visualize metrics from clusters, grids, and cloud infrastructures at any scale.
Effective Monitoring and Alerting
This book describes data-driven approach to optimal monitoring and alerting in distributed computer systems.
Expert web developers Jesse Cravens and Jeff Burtoft demonstrate intriguing uses of HTML5-related technologies&mdahs;including everything you need to know to get your HTML5 app off the ground, from Node.js to deploying your server to the cloud.
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Jesse Cravens is a Senior Engineer at frog where he works with the world’s leading companies, helping them to design, engineer, and bring to market meaningful products and services. His new book, HTML5 Hacks, co-authored with Jeff Burtoft, demonstrates intriguing uses of HTML5-related technologies and provides clear explanations, screenshots, and complete code examples for specifications that include Canvas, SVG, CSS3, multimedia, data storage, web workers, WebSockets, and geolocation.