Our consultants recommend the following books:

1. An excellent book for LDAP Directory Services. A MUST-HAVE for anyone who is planning to implement any Directory Service solution

   Understanding and Deploying LDAP Directory  services 
by Timothy A. Howes, Mark C. Smith, Gordon S. Good

2. Is your area of expertise Public Key Infrastructure? If yes, of course you need this book. It is the bible of   PKI.

  Understanding PKI: Concepts, Standards and Deployment considerations
by Carlisle Adams, Steve Lloyd

3. The one and only security book for SAP systems. The authors of this book are SAP employees and had work in SAP security for many years. No other comments required!

    Security and Data Protection with SAP systems 
 by Werner Hornberger, Jürgen Schneider                               

4. An excellent book for firewall administrators. Our consultants kindly recommend this book, as a must-have for any security specialist. Don’t forget that “the” firewall  is the first gate into your kingdom!

    Firewall Architecture for the Enterprise
by Norbert Pohlmann, Tim Crothers

5. Simple, clear and easy to read. A very good book about DNS.

    DNS and Bind 
by Paul Albitz, Cricket Liu

 6. Several customers have asked our consultants about the studying material for CISSP exam. So, here it is our suggestion. Don’t hesitate to buy this book, we have use it successfully.

    The CISSP Prep Guide: Gold Edition 
         by Ronald L. Krutz, Russell Dean Vines

 7. There are not too many books in bookstores for Java Struts. Between the few books that our consultants reviewed about this subject, we recommend the following:

   Struts in Action: A Practical Guide to to the Leading Java Web Framework
            by Ted Husted, George Franciscus, Craig R. McClanahan (Foreword)

 8. That’s correct! This is a bible for IBM WebSphere Application Server. You must have it, if not you have to buy it!         

     WebSphere® Application Server Bible
by Bryon Kataoka, Dave Ramirez, Alan Sit

9/10. 2 books about “Design Pattern”. Best books in this subject.

     Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software
             by Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John M. Vlissides


   Patterns in Java: A Catalog of Reusable Design Patterns Illustrated with UML
            by Mark Grand

11.   LDAP Metadirectory Provisioning Methodology: A Step by Step Method to Implementing LDAP Based Metadirectory Provisioning
          by Marlin Pohlman

12.   Designing Security Architecture Solutions
        by Jay Ramachandran