[문서] OS/2 Warp Server, Windows NT, and NetWare, A Network Operating St…

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With the release of OS/2 Warp Server, IBM has taken another step forward

in the network operating system (NOS) race. In comparison to former LAN

Server versions, IBM's inclusion of a cornucopia of management tools is a

bold move by IBM to redefine just what network managers expect to find in

a server.

IBM's highly reliable, highly available, and highly serviceable

high-performance Warp Server network operating system has two main

competitors, Microsoft's Windows NT Server 4.0 and Novell's NetWare 4.1.

A blue ribbon group of IBM system engineers was invited to investigate

these products and render an informative comparative analysis of their

functions, features, and usability.

The goal of this examination was to produce a redbook designed for all

kinds of readers. Whether you are an experienced network administrator of

one platform who needs an overview of other network operating systems, a

support person, office guru, or repair technician who might need more

information about a particular network operating system, or just someone

who is involved in network-related discussions as a sales person,

consultant, or decider, you will find a lot of information about the three

major Intel-based network operating systems, how they differentiate from

each other, and how they interoperate with each other.

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