Best Books – Computer Operating System and Organization

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Computer Operating System and Organization subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Computer Operating System and Organization along with reviews.

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1. “Architecting the Internet of Things” by Dieter Uckelmann and Mark Harrison

“Architecting the Internet of Things” Book Review: This book provides a research perspective on current and future developments in the Internet of Things. The different chapters of the book cover a broad range of topics from system design aspects and core architectural approaches to end-user participation, business perspectives, and applications.

2. “Data Integrity in Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Regulation Operations: Best Practices Guide to Electronic Records Compliance” by Orlando Lopez

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“Data Integrity in Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Regulation Operations: Best Practices Guide to Electronic Records Compliance” Book Review: This book provides practical information to allow yielding with data integrity while highlighting and efficiently integrating worldwide regulation into the subject. The ideas presented in this book are based on experience in regulated industries in various computer systems development, maintenance, and quality functions. A practical approach is presented in this book to increase efficiency and to ensure that the design and testing of the data integrity controls are correctly achieved.

3. “TestFrame: An Approach to Structured Testing” by Chris C Schotanus

“TestFrame: An Approach to Structured Testing” Book Review: This new book takes into account the recent developments and its performance is focused on supporting daily test practice. Every measure within this book is dealt with exhaustively, providing the user with the necessary details for successful software testing. This book will not only help test personnel to improve effectiveness, but it will also serve as a way to improve efficiency through its strong focus on reuse. These qualities make TestFrame the practical model for testing information systems for everyone involved in software testing – test developers, test managers, and staff charged with quality assurance.

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4. “Logistic Core Operations with SAP: Inventory Management, Warehousing, Transportation, and Compliance” by Jens Kappauf and Bernd Lauterbach

“Logistic Core Operations with SAP: Inventory Management, Warehousing, Transportation, and Compliance” Book Review: This book shows how SAP’s Business Suite covers logistic core operations, what features are supported, and which systems can be used to implement end-to-end processes in the following logistic core disciplines: Procurement, Distribution, Transportation, Warehouse Logistics and Inventory Management, and Compliance and Reporting. In this book integration, the organizational set-up, and master data including which solution fits best for a particular business need is carefully explained. This book serves as a solid foundation for understanding SAP software. This book is intended for both a student or a manager involved in an SAP implementation. The book helps students in understanding SAP terminology, concepts, and technological components as well as their closed-loop integration. This book is written in a clear, straightforward style and using practical examples, it contains valuable tips, illustrative screenshots, and flowcharts, as well as best practices showing how business requirements are mapped into software functionality.

5. “Supply Chain Management Based on SAP Systems: Order Management in Manufacturing Companies (SAP Excellence)” by Gerhard F Knolmayer and Peter Mertens

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“Supply Chain Management Based on SAP Systems: Order Management in Manufacturing Companies (SAP Excellence)” Book Review: This book on “Supply Chain Management Based on SAP Systems: Order Management in Manufacturing Companies (SAP Excellence)” explains the methodological background from the perspective of a company using SAP systems. This book describes order processing both in an intra- and inter-organizational perspective, as well as describing future developments and system enhancements suitable for students interested in supply chain management.

6. “Agility Across Time and Space: Implementing Agile Methods in Global Software Projects” by Šmite and Darja and Nils Brede Moe

“Agility Across Time and Space: Implementing Agile Methods in Global Software Projects” Book Review: This book is primarily designed for researchers, lecturers, and students in empirical software engineering, and practitioners involved in globally distributed software projects. The book summarizes all contributions and presents future trends for research and practice in agile distributed development. Besides, this book also offers practical advice through many hints, checklists, and experience reports. This book also answers various questions like What should companies expect from merging agile and distributed strategies? What are the stumbling blocks that prevent companies from realizing the benefits of the agile approach in distributed environments, and how can we recognize infeasible strategies and unfavorable circumstances? and how can distributed teams survive the decisions taken by management and become efficient through the application of agile approaches?

7. “BPM – Driving Innovation in a Digital World (Management for Professionals)” by Jan vom Brocke and Theresa Schmiedel

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“BPM – Driving Innovation in a Digital World (Management for Professionals)” Book Review: This book offers recently developed intelligent techniques with applications and theory in the area of engineering management. The involved applications of the book in intelligent techniques such as neural networks, fuzzy sets, Tabu search, genetic algorithms, etc. are useful for engineering managers, postgraduate students, researchers, and lecturers. The book has been written considering the contents of a classical engineering management book but intelligent techniques are used for handling the engineering management problem areas. These broad characteristics of the book make it an excellent reference for the solution of complicated problems of engineering management.

8. “Intelligent Techniques in Engineering Management (Intelligent Systems Reference Library)” by Cengiz Kahraman and Çevik Onar
9. “Decision Making and Optimization (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” by Martin Gavalec and Jaroslav Ramík

“Decision Making and Optimization (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems)” Book Review: The book is intended for graduate and postgraduate students in the areas of operations research, decision theory, optimization theory, linear algebra, interval analysis, and fuzzy sets. This book will also be helpful for the researchers in the respective areas. This book deals with decision-making problems and procedures that have been established to combine opinions about alternatives related to different points of view. Procedures based on pairwise comparisons are thoroughly investigated in the first part. The second part of the book discusses optimization problems where objective functions and constraints are characterized by extremal operators such as maximum, minimum, or various triangular norms (t-norms). Matrices in max-min algebra are useful in applications such as automata theory, design of switching circuits, the logic of binary relations, medical diagnosis, Markov chains, social choice, models of organizations, information systems, political systems, and clustering.

10. “Mastering VMware vSphere 6” by Scott Lowe and Nick Marshall

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“Mastering VMware vSphere 6” Book Review: This book is an informative guide and valuable reference with comprehensive coverage of this industry-leading toolset. This book comes with step-by-step instruction that walks you through installation, configuration, operation, security processes, and much more as you conquer the management and automation of your virtual environment. This book is written by certified VMware vExperts, which provides hands-on instruction and detailed conceptual explanations, anchored by practical applications and real-world examples. This book is the ultimate guide to vSphere, helping administrators master their virtual environment. From this book users learn to: Install, configure, and manage the vCenter Server components, Leverage the Support Tools to provide maintenance and updates, Create and configure virtual networks, storage devices, and virtual machines, Implement the latest features to ensure compatibility and flexibility, Manage resource allocation and utilization to meet application needs, Monitor infrastructure performance and availability, Automate and orchestrate routine administrative tasks.

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