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    OpenStack's networking service, Neutron, integrates provisioning and management of network resources into the orchestration of IT infrastructure.

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  • Unfolding the layers of virtualization

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  • Juice maker squeezes out IT infrastructure savings

    For nearly 150 years, the grape growers at Welch's have been leaders in the manufacturing of juice and jelly. What may be less known is that the Concord, Mass.-based company, whose formal corporate name is Welch Foods Inc., is also pioneering the adoption of server virtualization technology. By...

    Margie Semilof4,240 pointsBadges:
  • How to plan and design a Windows IT infrastructure

    Windows managers must be able to understand what the business needs, prepare the IT infrastructure plan accordingly and be able to articulate this plan to upper management when planning their IT budgets.

    ITKE342,205 pointsBadges:
  • Perils and plusses of a single-vendor infrastructure

    Some businesses are standardizing on one vendor for hardware or software across their IT infrastructure, such as JetBlue's all-Windows decision. Experts discuss the merits of keeping IT simple.

    ITKE342,205 pointsBadges:
  • Avoiding security blunders in Linux and IT infrastructures, part two

    Avoid common security errors made in IT infrastructure and maintenance. In part two, an expert describes mistakes resulting from the "set-it-and-forget-it" mentality.

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  • Avoiding security blunders in Linux and IT infrastructures

    Avoid common security errors made in IT infrastructure and maintenance. In this tip, an expert tackles unnecessary installations and explains the "hard-perimeter, soft-center" approach.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:
  • Good planning can ease space concerns

    Let's face it. Your growing IT infrastructure can be a nightmare for facilities planners who have to think about not only physical space, but also updating wiring, power conditioning and cooling. Easing their pain is good business. Experts share advice on how to make it work.

    ITKE342,205 pointsBadges:
  • DC power pays off for online ad company

    DC-powered servers are helping an online ad company make the most of a quickly expanding IT infrastructure.

    ITKE342,205 pointsBadges:
  • How to protect your infrastructure against a computer network attack

    Protecting your organization and its IT infrastructure from an intentional computer network attack requires technology, good practices and vigilance.

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