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  • StorageTek offers consolidation and cloning tool

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  • Storage software maker lures users with option to move to low-cost servers

    A startup takes on the Unix market with software it says reduces total cost of ownership as much as 50% by allowing users to replace high-end servers with low-cost Intel-based servers without losing functionality or efficiency.

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  • Quick Takes: Fibre with a Pulse; Linux, will you tape this?

    MTI Technology Corp., announced that it has selected Emulex Corp.'s LightPulse LP8000S SBus Fibre Channel host adapter for use with its Vivant and Gladiator storage systems. MTI, which uses the Emulex LP8000 for PCI systems running Solaris, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and AIX, will now also use the...

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  • Quick Takes: Inrange teams with IBM for Linux storage

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  • NetApp nabs partnership with SuSE Linux

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  • Do systems administrators need more training to work with unikernels?

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  • unikernel

    A unikernel is a library-based operating system that only includes functionalities required by the specific application that runs on it.

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  • Why VMware and Citrix will support Linux VDI

    There's only a handful of customers who need Linux VDI, but that doesn't change the fact that they need it. In shops that use both Linux and Windows, a unified virtualization tool from VMware and Citrix could hit the spot.

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  • Red Hat adds a new focus to cloud computing with changes in RHEV 3.3

    With the majority of costumers sticking with VMware vSphere, Red Hat has changed its tune with RHEV 3.3.

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