• Sun Microsystems, the begrudging Linux vendor

    With the success Linux has enjoyed, one would think all hardware vendors would shout their Linux support from every rooftop. But not Sun, the begrudging Linux vendor.

    ITKE341,960 pointsBadges:
  • Should you dump Unix for Linux?

    The need for modernization and cost reduction, or a change in leadership, may mean migration away from your existing Unix platform. If your company is the type to scale horizontally and you're uncomfortable with big iron, you may want to consider Linux on blade servers.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Sun unveils low-end servers, alliances with Red Hat, Oracle

    Sun announced new low-end x86-based servers that run on both Solaris x86 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Terpstra responds, part three: Is Linux PC adoption sabotage FUD or fact?

    The U.S. IT industry is handing over it technology leadership to other countries, says consultant John Terpstra. Here, he explains why open source can keep the U.S. on top.

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Enterprise Linux management: It’s tool time

    All systems are go for enterprise Linux! The enterprise-ready management tools are on board, and the new 2.6 kernel will take Linux up to the top of IT infrastructures, according to Pete Marshall, assistant vice president of Candle Corp.'s Systems and Service Management Group (El Segundo, Calif.)....

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Hardening SUSE Linux Enterprise Server in eight steps

    With this SLES hardening guide, a secure server is only eight steps away. Follow along with our expert, who shows how to lock down a server from installation to logging events.

    JTurnbull490 pointsBadges:
  • IP attorney: Why SCO has no case

    IP attorney Thomas Carey shoots down SCO's cases against Linux, Linux users, IBM and Novell, but predicts that SCO will follow Hitler's example and go on fighting a losing battle.

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • vi

    vi, pronounced by using each letter (vee-aye), is a widely-used and popular UNIX-based text editor.

    ITKE341,960 pointsBadges:
  • HP visionary: Next steps to extending Linux in your enterprise

    Looking for the next step in moving more enterprise applications to Linux? Then, step lively and implement Linux-friendly and/or open source application servers, said Terence Sherlock, Hewlett-Packard strategic technical director. He described the opportunities in and barriers to building a...

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:
  • Cray CTO: Supercomputers outshine Linux clusters in HPC, Part 1

    In part one of this interview, Cray Canada chief technology officer Paul Terry evangelizes for supercomputers over Linux-based clusters -- and ironically, Cray's new Linux-based supercomputer.

    Jan Stafford2,810 pointsBadges:

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