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Hardware issues


November 12, 2008  10:48 PM

Don’t want to go to the cloud? Cassatt says to build your own



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Administration, interoperability and integration, Cloud computing, Data center physical infrastructure, Hardware issues

You may be one of the data center administrators who's heard the buzz about the cloud and has decided that it's just hype. But the advantages of the cloud infrastructure are clear:

  • Extremely low operating costs (as low as 1/10 traditional IT costs)
  • Extremely high energy...

September 16, 2008  7:06 PM

Sourcefire strengthens virtualization security with RNA



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Hardware issues, Linux, Security, Virtualization, VMware


August 14, 2008  6:07 PM

Cisco router too costly? Vyatta wants to help



Posted by: Dkr
Hardware issues, Networking, Open source applications, Security, TechTarget Blogs

Vyatta Inc., the startup with attitude vying to take on the mighty

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June 19, 2008  2:15 PM

Intel executive asserts commitment to open source



Posted by: Msant
Hardware issues, Linux, Open source applications, Red Hat, Virtualization

During the partner keynote presentation at the Red Hat Summit today, Boyd Davis, the general manager of server platforms group marketing at Intel Corp., reiterated...


April 23, 2008  5:03 PM

Red Hat out-marathons the pack in financial services



Posted by: Dkr
blades, Data center physical infrastructure, Database, Enterprise applications for Linux, Hardware issues, IBM, Linux blogs and news, Open source applications, Open source Solaris, Red Hat

You have to run pretty fast to keep up with Red Hat these days. The leading open source vendor just broke two speed records for the financial industry. First, it broke the gold standard for real-time status by processing...


April 18, 2008  3:46 PM

Sun kisses and makes up



Posted by: Dkr
Hardware issues, Linux blogs and news, Open source Solaris, sun microsystems, TechTarget Blogs

Sun Microsystems Inc. just did a smart about-face.
According to well-known open source analyst and blogger Bill Weinberg, a few years ago Sun...


March 28, 2008  1:17 PM

Vyatta router startup challenges rival Cisco with attitude



Posted by: Dkr
Data center physical infrastructure, Hardware issues, Open source applications, open standards

This blog post was written by Pam Derringer, SearchEnterpriseLinux.com's news writer.

You’ve got to hand it to Vyatta Inc. The Belmont, Calif-based startup daring to take on Cisco Systems Inc. with...


March 25, 2008  10:56 AM

Linux on the desktop: Soon, but not yet



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, Hardware issues, Interviews, Linux blogs and news, Linux desktops, Linux versus Windows, Open source applications, SUSE/Novell, Updates and upgrades, Windows

This blog was contributed by SearchEnterpriseLinux.com expert Sander van Vugt. At Novell Inc.'s annual BrainShare user conference in Salt Lake City, I talked to Guy Lunardi, one of the most important guys behind Novell's SUSE Linux...


January 17, 2008  12:03 PM

RHEL installation hang-ups and virtual media fun



Posted by: Rick Vanover
Administration, interoperability and integration, Hardware issues, Red Hat, Rick Vanover

I had an opportunity this week to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.5 (64-bit version) for a system running a specialized vendor application. I'd like to share my frustration with you so that you can avoid such learning experiences in your future server builds. 

On a Dell PowerEdge...


November 20, 2007  10:27 AM

Ubuntu server momentum builds toward ‘critical mass’



Posted by: ITKE
Dell, desktops, Hardware issues, Linux desktops, Ubuntu Linux

At CIO.com today, Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth gives a nice year-ending top ten list on a topic he's surely familiar with on the most intimate of levels: Ubuntu. More specifically, Shuttleworth talks about the


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