• Unix shops ignore signs of Unix market decline

    Unix shops stick with data center workhorse platform for support, performance and familiarity benefits. Meanwhile, midrange Unix market feels the pinch from less expensive mainframes and increasingly robust scale-out options.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • Are Linux skills necessary for software-defined networking?

    svanvugt1,080 pointsBadges:
  • Comparing Unix versions: AIX, HP-UX and Solaris

    In this comparison of the top Unix versions, learn what distinguishes the file systems, management tools and virtualization products in Sun Solaris, Hewlett-Packard HP-UX and IBM AIX file systems.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Give the Linux quagga router a try for SDN

    The open source quagga router is garnering attention as a flexible choice for SDN. It's easy to set up with the right hardware.

    svanvugt1,080 pointsBadges:
  • Linux on POWER5 architecture

    The meshing of Linux with the POWER5 architecture is a big deal. If marketed properly, this may be the operating system's biggest success story to date, pushing Linux out into the enterprise in a big way.

    KMilberg1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Search and replace on steroids: Do more with these sed commands

    These tips can help administrators help themselves through advanced text editing with the UNIX Stream Editor (sed) utility.

    svanvugt1,080 pointsBadges:
  • IBM AIX 6 virtualization catches up to Sun Solaris, HP-UX

    The new Unix operating system from IBM will start an open beta this summer, complete with new workload partitioning capabilities.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • HP-UX gets yet another update with HP-UX 11i v3

    The most recent installment of HP-UX, HP-UX 11i v3, re-organizes its so-called operating environments to help users better tackle high availability and virtualization.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2 targets Solaris shops

    SUSE shops are cautious after a long silence from the Novell post-Attachmate deal; experts say Linux has eclipsed Unix generally, but SUSE needs work.

    Beth Pariseau8,220 pointsBadges:
  • Unix-based applications hold steady in large enterprises

    Large enterprises still count on the Unix OS for critical apps, whether the app is too customized to move, or because the app works well where it is.

    Alex Barrett3,730 pointsBadges:

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