Preventing Microsoft Windows Server Installation Errors on Servers

What do you need to know to support and manage your company and / or customer server environment with excellence?
I will relate the basics that everyone who manages network servers, have to know, to avoid stress, when machines decide to stop working, whether in the local computer network or wireless network, your company and / or your client.

1º) You must know the technical specification of the machine network server

– ie: have to know the type of motherboard, who is the manufacturer and model
– ie: you have to know the type of processor who is the manufacturer and the model
– ie: you have to know if the processor is Dual Core or Quad Core or Octa Core

2º) You have to know which is the operating system that will be used in the network server machine
– that is: you must know how to identify whether the operating system you will be using is 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
– the Microsoft Windows Server operating system is 64 bits since the 2008 version
– being the Linux operating system, it exists in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

3º) You must know how to identify which database you will use on this server
– Microsoft SQL Server 2016 requires as minimum configuration that the motherboard is compatible with the Intel XEON Quad Core = 4-core processor.
4º) You must know how to identify which software will be used (32 bit or 64 bit version)
– remembering that the 32-bit (x86) operating system does not support 64-bit (x64) applications.
– remembering that drivers made for the 32-bit (x86) operating system do not work on 64-bit (x64).

5) When installing the operating system, the computer-name must be different from the machine-DNS-name and must be different from the working-group-name.

– remembering that there can be no duplicity of machine name, nor duplicity of IP addressing, within the same local computer network or wireless network. When there is duplicity of machine-name or duplicity of IP addressing, something always stops working on the network.
In 2016, I’ve discussed this topic in some texts within the Microsoft TechNet Forum a few months ago.
By Ana Mercedes Gauna (08/30/2016)
Senior Systems Analyst | Project Management | MCSE | CCNA2
CRA-RJ: 03-03161 | ABRAWEB: 66132 | ABRACEM: Q27795

Evitando erros de instalação do Microsoft Windows Server em Servidores

O que você precisa saber para dar suporte e administrar com excelência o ambiente de servidores da sua empresa e/ou cliente?
Vou relacionar o básico que todos que administram servidores de rede, tem que saber, para evitar stress, quando máquinas decidem parar de funcionar, seja na rede de computador local ou rede wireless, da sua empresa e/ou do seu cliente.

1º)  Tem que saber a especificação técnica da máquina servidor de rede
– ou seja: tem que saber o tipo de motherboard, quem é o fabricante e modelo
– ou seja: tem que saber o tipo de processador quem é o fabricante e o modelo
– ou seja: tem que saber identificar se o processador é Dual Core ou Quad Core ou Octa Core
2º) Tem que saber qual é o sistema operacional que será utilizado na máquina servidor de rede
– ou seja: tem que saber identificar se o sistema operacional que usará é 32 bits (x86) ou 64 bits (x64)
– sendo que o sistema operacional Microsoft Windows Server é 64 bits desde a versão 2008
– sendo que o sistema operacional Linux, ele existe nas versões de 32 bits e 64 bits.

3º) Tem que saber identificar qual é o banco de dados que irá usar nesse servidor
– sendo que o Microsoft SQL Server 2016 requer como configuração mínima que a motherboard seja compatível com o processador Intel XEON Quad Core = processador com 4 núcleos.

4º) Tem que saber identificar qual é o software que será utilizado (versão 32 bits ou 64 bits)
– lembrando que o sistema operacional de 32 bits (x86) não dá suporte a aplicativos de 64 bits (x64).
– lembrando que drivers feitos para o sistema operacional 32 bits (x86) não funcionam em 64 bits (x64).

5º) Ao instalar o sistema operacional, o nome-do-computador tem que ser diferente do nome-máquina-DNS e tem que ser diferente do nome-grupo-de-trabalho.
– lembrando que não pode existir duplicidade de nome-máquina, nem duplicidade de endereçamento IP, dentro de uma mesma rede de computadores local ou rede wireless.  Quando existe duplicidade de nome-máquina ou duplicidade de endereçamento IP, algo sempre para de funcionar na rede.

Em 2016, eu já comentei esse assunto em alguns textos dentro do Fórum Microsoft TechNet, há alguns meses atrás.

HTML com UTF-8-pt-br (CGI-Bin)

cgi-bin-paginacao

Um servidor com o Microsoft Windows Server e o IIS (Internet Information Services) instalado, nele vem como padrão de instalação reconhecer o texto do HTML no idioma inglês.

Recentemente, tive problemas de meu código HTML parar de reconhecer os acentos utilizados do idioma português-brasileiro.  Tentei de tudo, e nada fazia os acentos voltar a funcionar. Pesquisei em dois livros velhos de HTML da década de 80, e lá tinha um capitulo falando de CGI, então eu resolvi fazer um arquivo CGI para testar, e funcionou, a acentuação das palavras voltaram a funcionar perfeito novamente no HTML.

Caso algum de vocês passem pelo mesmo problema que eu, podem testar esta solução.

HTML-UTF8-CGI-BIN
Esse arquivo paginacao.cgi tem que ser feito o upload para dentro do servidor web.

Criei um arquivo CGI-Bin chamado paginacao.cgi com o seguinte conteúdo abaixo, ele funcionou perfeito:

#! / Bin / sh
Content-type: text / html
Language: pt-br
Charset: UTF-8-pt-br
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Translation (portuguese to english):
A server that has Microsoft Windows Server and Internet Information Services (IIS) installed, it is by default that the installation recognizes English-language HTML text.
I recently had problems with my HTML code failing to recognize the accents used in the Portuguese-Brazilian language. I tried everything, and nothing made the accents work again. I researched two old HTML books from the 80’s, and there was a chapter talking about CGI, so I decided to make a CGI file to test, and it worked, the accentuation of the words came back perfect working again in HTML.
If any of you go through the same problem as me, you can test this solution.
HTML-UTF8-CGI-BIN
This paginacao.cgi file has to be uploaded to the web server.
I created a CGI-Bin file called paginacao.cgi with the following content below, it worked perfect:
#! / Bin / sh
Content-type: text / html
Language: pt-br
Charset: UTF-8-pt-br
==========================================================
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Por Ana Mercedes Gauna (18/04/2017)
Senior Business Systems Analyst
CRA-RJ: 03-03161 | ABRAWEB: 66132
MCSE: 098-02070 Partner: 4935985
Twitter: @amgauna @AnaGaunaTech

IoT – Do you know how it works?

IoT – Vocês sabem como funcionam?

O IoT (Internet Of Things) em textos que eu li na internet em 2013/2014 se referiam ao IoT coo sendo a internet dos pensamentos.  Os anos passaram, depois que esses pensamentos se tornaram realidade, a partir de 2015 os textos que eu leio (já tem algum tempo) que referem ao IoT como sendo a internet das coisas.

Mas o que são essas coisas? Eu fiquei curiosa e resolvi analisar melhor os textos que eu lia relativo a esse assunto do IoT (Internet Of Things). E achei um ponto em comum com algo que eu conheço bem: a conexão login (usuário mais senha) em equipamentos.

Em 2000 eu estudei redes de computadores quando eu fiz o curso completo de MCSE Microsoft Windows Server + TCP/IP + MCDBA Microsoft Windows SQL Server. Nessa época eu trabalhava no Edifício Centro Candido Mendes, e o meu ex-patrão me pagou esse curso completo para eu poder trabalhar utilizando um servidor com o Microsoft Windows Server, junto  com o servidor de banco de dados Microsoft SQL Server, junto com o sistema ERP RM Corpore (Sistema de Contabilidade e Folha de Pagamento).

Em 2008 eu estudei redes de computadores novamente, quando eu fiz o curso online na Cisco CCNA1 e CCNA2 Router.  Estou pensando em novamente fazer outro curso Cisco de atualização em redes de computadores, dessa vez em rede wireless, brevemente. Por enquanto não sei quando, porque estou desempregada desde novembro/2014…

Mas, vamos continuar…

O que é esses objetos IoT?  Vocês usam ele diariamente, mas sabem o que é?

São exemplos de objetos IoT: celular (smartphone) wireless, televisor Smat-TV wireless, impressora wireless, Microsoft XBOX wireless, Sony PS3 wireless, Sony PS3 wireless, computador wireless, notebook wireless, camera IP wireless, etc.

Ou seja: é IoT todo objeto que execute uma conexão com login de usuário + senha, com esse login feito dentro de um equipamento; com esse login feito dentro de um software de internet; com esse login feito dentro do aplicativo de celular; com esse login feito dentro de um website ou fazendo essa conexão de login dentro do mainframe de uma empresa.

Notei que hoje em dia esses aparelhos IoT (a grande maioria deles) funcionam na internet com conexão de login utilizando usuário + senha. Esses objetos hoje em dia funcionam quase igual a um computador portátil, e a pessoa consegue se conectar em mais de um mainframe, algumas vezes, ao mesmo tempo, e nem notar o que fêz.

Por exemplo:

  1. Se a pessoa usa o Microsoft Office 2016, esse software para funcionar ele pede usuário + senha para fazer login, esse login quando é executado a conexão do usuário é feito dentro do mainframe da Microsoft.
  2. Se a pessoa usa algum dos produtos da Adobe, esse software para funcionar ele pede usuário + senha para fazer login, esse login quando é executado a conexão do usuário é feito dentro do mainframe da Adobe.
  3. Se a pessoa usa o antivírus do Symantec Norton Security, esse software para funcionar ele pede usuário + senha para fazer login, esse login quando é executado a conexão do usuário é feito dentro do mainframe da Symantec.
  4. Se o usuário tem um roteador wireless + telefone wireless, esses aparelhos também pedem usuário + senha para fazer login, dentro do aparelho e dentro do mainframe do fabricante do aparelho roteador wireress e do fabricante do celular.
  5. Se o usuário tem um televisor Smart-TV Lan/Wireless, esse equipamento também pede uma conexão de login do tipo usuário + senha para a conexão poder ser feita e concluída dentro do mainframe do fabricante do equipamento.
  6. Se o usuário utiliza todos os equipamentos ao mesmo tempo, em conjunto, em sua residência ou empresa, com rede Lan ou rede wireless + internet, essa conexão é feita dentro de mais de um mainframe de fabricante, e todos estão conectados juntos. Seria mainframe Microsof + Adobe + Symantec + fabricante do roteador + fabricante do celular + fabricante do game (PS3 / PS4 / XBOX). Idem os tablets.
  7. Meu conselho, usem sempre softwares antivírus junto com seus IoT favoritos….

 

Por Ana Mercedes Gauna (06/04/2017)

Analista de Sistemas & Negócios Senior | CRA-RJ: 03-03161 | MCSE | CCNA2

 

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Translation (portuguese to english)

 

IoT – Do you know how it works?

The IoT (Internet Of Things) in texts that I read on the Internet in 2013/2014 referred to IoT as the internet of thoughts. The years passed, after these thoughts became reality, from 2015 the texts I read (already have some time) that refer to IoT as being the internet of things.

But what are these things? I was curious and decided to better analyze the texts that I read regarding this subject of IoT (Internet Of Things). And I found a point in common with something that I know well: the connection login (user plus password) in equipment.

In 2000 I studied computer networks when I took the full course of Microsoft Windows Server MCSE + TCP / IP + MCDBA Microsoft Windows SQL Server. At that time I worked in the Centro Candido Mendes Building, and my former boss paid me for this full course so that I could work using a Microsoft Windows Server, along with the Microsoft SQL Server database server, along with the system ERP RM Corpore (Accounting and Payroll System).

In 2008 I studied computer networks again when I took the online course on Cisco CCNA1 and CCNA2 Router. I’m thinking of doing another Cisco upgrade course on computer networks again, this time on wireless networking, soon. For now I do not know when, because I have been unemployed since November / 2014 …

But let’s continue …

What are these IoT objects? You use it daily, but do you know what it is?

Examples of IoT objects: wireless smartphone, Smat-TV wireless television, wireless printer, Microsoft XBOX wireless, Sony PS3 wireless, Sony PS3 wireless, wireless computer, wireless notebook, wireless IP camera, etc.

That is: IoT is every object that executes a connection with user login + password, with that login done inside an equipment; With this login made within an internet software; With that login made within the mobile application; With that login made within a website or making that login connection within a company’s mainframe.

I noticed that nowadays these IoT devices (the vast majority of them) work on the internet with login connection using user + password. These objects nowadays work almost like a laptop computer, and you can connect to more than one mainframe a few times at a time, and not even notice what you did.

For example:

  1. If the person uses Microsoft Office 2016, this software to work it prompts user + password to log in, that login when the user connection is done is done inside the mainframe of Microsoft.
  2. If the person uses any of the Adobe products, this software to work it prompts user + password to login, that login when the user connection is done is done within the Adobe mainframe.
  3. If the person uses Symantec Norton Security antivirus, this software to operate it requires user + password to log in, that login when the user connection is done is done inside the Symantec mainframe.
  4. If the user has a wireless router + wireless phone, these devices also ask for user + password to log in, inside the device and inside the mainframe of the manufacturer of the wireress router device and the manufacturer of the cell phone.
  5. If the user has a Smart-TV Lan / Wireless TV, this equipment also requests a user-login type connection + password for the connection to be made and completed within the mainframe of the equipment manufacturer.
  6. If the user uses all the equipment at the same time, together, in his residence or company, with Lan network or wireless + internet network, this connection is made inside more than one manufacturer mainframe, and all are connected together. It would be mainframe Microsof + Adobe + Symantec + router manufacturer + manufacturer of mobile + game maker (PS3 / PS4 / XBOX). Ditto the tablets.
  7. My advice, always use anti-virus software along with your favorite IoT ….

 

By Ana Mercedes Gauna (04/06/2017)

Senior Business Systems Analyst | CRA-RJ: 03-03161 | MCSE | CCNA2

NoOps – a paradigm to gain advantage from insight rich approach to ADM (Application Development and Maintenance)

NoOps – a paradigm to gain advantage from insight rich approach to ADM (Application Development and Maintenance) – via @CapGemini

“The term NoOps in this context, refers to a regime where downstream Application Development and Maintenance (ADM) and Business Process Operations workload is eliminated / reduced, based on a business-insight rich approach focused on delivering superior business outcomes, in addition to cost reduction.”

https://www.capgemini.com/blog/capping-it-off/2017/03/noops-a-paradigm-to-gain-advantage-from-insight-rich-approach-to-adm/?utm_source=elevate&utm_medium=blog&utm_content=expert_connect&utm_term=als_am_bpm&utm_campaign=digest_20170330&_lrsc=83ab02e5-f704-4e6b-bf7d-c733bb513fbd

 

What’s the difference between Artificial Intelligence, MachineLearning and DeepLearning?

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Data Science (Books)

Bibliography Recommendation Data Science

 Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro (Analytics, Data Mining, Data Science Expert, KDnuggets President) em More Free Data Mining, Data Science Books and Resources

The list below based on the list compiled by Pedro Martins, but we added the book authors and year, sorted alphabetically by title, fixed spelling, and removed the links that did not work.

  1. An Introduction to Data Science by Jeffrey Stanton, Robert De Graaf, 2013.
    An introductory level resource developed by Syracuse University
  2. An Introduction to Statistical Learning: with Applications in R by G. Casella, S, Fienberg, I Olkin, 2013.
    Overview of statistical learning based on large datasets of information. The exploratory techniques of the data are discussed using the R programming language.
  3. A Programmer’s Guide to Data Mining by Ron Zacharski, 2012.
    A guide through data mining concepts in a programming point of view. It provides several hands-on problems to practice and test the subjects taught on this online book.
  4. Bayesian Reasoning and Machine Learning by David Barber, 2012.
    focusing on applying it to machine learning algorithms and processes. It is a hands-on resource, great to absorb all the knowledge in the book.
  5. Big Data, Data Mining, and Machine Learning: Value Creation for Business Leaders and Practitioners by Jared Dean, 2014.
    On this resource the reality of big data is explored, and its benefits, from the marketing point of view. It also explains how to storage these kind of data and algorithms to process it, based on data mining and machine learning.
  6. Data Mining and Analysis: Fundamental Concepts and Algorithms by Mohammed J. Zaki, Wagner Meira, Jr., Data Mining and Analysis: Fundamental Concepts and Algorithms, Cambridge University Press, May 2014.
    A great cover of the data mining exploratory algorithms and machine learning processes. These explanations are complemented by some statistical analysis.
  7. Data Mining and Business Analytics with R by Johannes Ledolter, 2013.
    Another R based book describing all processes and implementations to explore, transform and store information. It also focus on the concept of Business Analytics.
  8. Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management by Michael J.A. Berry, Gordon S. Linoff, 2004.
    A data mining book oriented specifically to marketing and business management. With great case studies in order to understand how to apply these techniques on the real world.
  9. Data Mining with Rattle and R: The Art of Excavating Data for Knowledge Discovery by Graham Williams, 2011.
    The objective of this book is to provide you lots of information on data manipulation. It focus on the Rattle toolkit and the R language to demonstrate the implementation of these techniques.
  10. Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning by Carl Edward Rasmussen and Christopher K. I. Williams, 2006.
    This is a theoretical book approaching learning algorithms based on probabilistic Gaussian processes. It’s about supervised learning problems, describing models and solutions related to machine learning.

Read the full post on KDnuggets: http://www.kdnuggets.com/2015/03/free-data-mining-data-science-books-resources.html

Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro (Analytics, Data Mining, Data Science Expert, KDnuggets President)

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Recomendação de Bibliografia Data Science = Kirk Borne‏@KirkDBorneDownload 50+ Free #DataScienceBooks:http://bit.ly/1Or1j5Z #abdsc#BigData #Analytics

Very interesting compilation published here, with a strong machine learning flavor (maybe machine learning book authors — usually academics — are more prone to making their books available for free). Many are O’Reilly books freely available. Here we display those most relevant to data science. I haven’t checked all the sources, but they seem legit. If you find some issue, let us know in the comment section below. Note that at DSC, we also have our free books:

There are several sections in the listing in question:

  1. Data Science Overviews (4 books)
  2. Data Scientists Interviews (2 books)
  3. How To Build Data Science Teams (3 books)
  4. Data Analysis (1 book)
  5. Distributed Computing Tools (2 books)
  6. Data Mining and Machine Learning (29 books)
  7. Statistics and Statistical Learning (5 books)
  8. Data Visualization (2 books)
  9. Big Data (3 books)

Here we mention #1, #5 and #6:

Data Science Overviews

Distributed Computing Tools

Data Mining and Machine Learning

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