Migrating to the Solaris™ Operating System: The Discipline of UNIX-to-UNIX® Migrations

Book description

  • Increase efficiency with new technologies and processes

  • Improve the performance and availability of your IT solutions

  • Reduce IT total cost of ownership

  • This book presents an established methodology for transitioning the people, processes, and technologies in IT environments to the Solaris(TM) Operating System. It steps you through the various phases of the migration process, using detailed case studies to illustrate the benefits, costs, and requirements associated with a migration project. While this book focuses on UNIX server migrations, the methodology and best practices presented apply for most migrations to the Solaris environment. They can be used for projects ranging from the smallest data conversion to the largest legacy migration.

    Table of contents

    1. Copyright
    2. Acknowledgments
    3. Preface
    4. Introduction to Migrations
      1. Migration Goals
      2. Migration Motivators
      3. Migration Benefits
      4. Migration Problems
    5. UNIX Migration Overview
      1. Brief History of UNIX
      2. Comparison of Commercial and Derivative Versions of UNIX
    6. Migration Strategies
      1. Understanding the Concepts
      2. Evaluating the Environment
      3. Examining Strategies
      4. Choosing a Strategy and Developing Tactics
    7. Justifying and Planning a Migration Project
      1. Establishing a Business Justification for a Migration Effort
      2. Planning Your Migration Project
      3. Closing the Project
    8. Introducing the SunTone Methodology for Migration
      1. SunTone Architecture Methodology
      2. Architect Phase Defined
      3. Implement Phase Defined
      4. Manage Phase Defined
      5. Moving Between Phases
    9. Architecting a Migration
      1. Assessing the Environment
      2. Designing and Architecting a Migration Solution
    10. Implementing a Migration
      1. Porting an Application to a New Operating System
      2. Migrating Data
      3. Creating the Production Environment
      4. Testing the Migrated Environment
      5. Refining and Documenting Your Migration Methodology
      6. Training End Users and Staff
    11. Managing a Migrated Environment
      1. Extending the E-Stack
      2. Defining Migration-Specific Management Tasks
    12. Migrating From Red Hat Linux
      1. Overview of Linux
      2. Justifying the Migration
      3. Architecting the Target Solaris Environment
      4. Implementing the Migration to the Solaris Environment
      5. Managing the New Solaris Environment
    13. Migrating From Tru64 UNIX
      1. Overview of Tru64
      2. 64-Bit Computing
      3. Clustering
      4. Justifying the Migration
      5. Architecting the Migration
      6. Implementing the Migration to the Solaris Environment
      7. Managing the New Solaris Environment
    14. Migrating From the HP/UX Platform
      1. Justifying the Migration
      2. Architecting the Migration Solution
      3. Implementing the Migration to the Solaris Operating System
      4. Managing the New Solaris Environment
      5. Results
    15. Sample JScore Report and Analysis
      1. Solaris(TM) OE Analyzer for C/C++ and Cobol Source Code Migration Analysis Results
    16. Index

    Product information

    • Title: Migrating to the Solaris™ Operating System: The Discipline of UNIX-to-UNIX® Migrations
    • Author(s): Ken Pepple, Brian Down, David Levy
    • Release date: November 2003
    • Publisher(s): Pearson
    • ISBN: 9780131502635