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Hadoop Database for Big Data - Part III (End)

Blog  Hadoop Database for Big Data - Part III For insert-only (in most cases at least) situations, involving crawling and indexing (both in the web and in Enterprises), blogs/wikis, facebook-like applications, search based retrieval (as against query based), batch-oriented or in-memory aggregations and ...

Last updated: Dec 1, 2010   5:34 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends
The Theory of Evolution

Blog   I have finally returned from vacation and dug out from all of the clutter that always seems to accumulate while I am gone. While I wish that I was still in the Caribbean soaking up the sun, Im ready to get back to business. In a way my vacation was quite the eye opener for me. No, I didnt spe...

Last updated: Dec 30, 2008   5:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: Brien Posey's Windows Blog   |      Mail protocols
Will Facebook's 'open hardware' initiative help server builders?

Blog  On the surface, the Open Compute Project -- first announced by Facebook several months ago -- is focused on sharing best practices and data center architecture approaches that can help data centers become more energy-efficient and "greener" overall. But the theme of "open hardware" that dominated t...

Last updated: Oct 28, 2011   9:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Is the term elastic storage a new category, or a stretch?

Blog  EMC and IBM recently launched storage products with the term elastic in their names. These announcements were significant for the companies and for the IT community in understanding a direction being taken for storage technology. EMC launched Elastic Cloud Storage that incorporates ViPR 2.0 s...

Last updated: May 19, 2014   4:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Cloud storage, Elastic storage, Storage
Strategies for determining the number of hosts per cluster in VI3

Blog  In discussions with other administrators, determining the number of hosts per cluster gets a wide range of response. Although there are a number of factors, the unfortunate simple answer for every installation is "it depends." Let's tour of some of the reasoning behind various hosts per cluster conf...

Last updated: Jul 22, 2008   9:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Virtualization Pro
How SMEs can make the most of their IT

Blog  Robert Rutherford, managing director of IT outsourcing consultancy QuoStar Solutions, has outlined the top five IT strategies for SMEs in 2011. Look to the cloud We expect to see a huge upturn in cloud services in 2011. A significant percentage of this growth will come from the SME market, as 't...

Last updated: Jan 17, 2011   12:52 AM GMT  |  Blog: Small Matters   |      Uncategorized
Airtame is a (wireless) streaming dream

Blog  Software runs the world, yes - but it typically needs hardware to run on and even the Computer Weekly Developer Network is occasionally tempted to focus on a piece of kit that 'does what it says on the tin' - and anyway, it's usually something with a good dose of intelligent embedded software in it ...

Last updated: Nov 23, 2017   8:48 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
Blades vs. rack servers: A different perspective

Blog  Our recent blades vs. rack servers face-off between Chris House and Rick Vanover has spurred some hot debate. Virtualization blogger Aaron Delp, a senior engineer at ePlus Technology, submitted this response on the topic of blades vs. rack servers: Here is how I see the rack vs. blades debate: No s...

Last updated: Oct 15, 2009   2:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Converged infrastructure certifications come online

Blog  With Hewlett-Packard, Cisco and others preaching the benefits of converged data center infrastructure--packaging up compute server, networking and storage together--certifications for IT pros had to follow. This week, HPannounced what it claims is the first program dedicated to training ITpro...

Last updated: Oct 20, 2010   3:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: Server Farming
The power to say No

Blog  Over the years, the businesses' dependence on IT has grown to reach a state that it is unimaginable to think of any business running without IT. I am sure that we can start creating a list of exceptions which may be different by geography or economic classification, but predominantly every business...

Last updated: Aug 2, 2011   6:01 AM GMT  |  Blog: Oh I See! Getting CIOs to view their jobs from a different angle
Endpoint security leaks from our very own members

Blog  A couple weeks ago, I read an article over at Tech News World that got me thinking about endpoint security, and how it has become like a spy movie, where the biggest threats are often coming from the inside. We asked you if your endpoint security focus was shifting, and how you're managing that. And...

Last updated: Aug 12, 2010   7:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Integrated IT stacks: Why not offer your own bundle?

Blog  Theres certainly been a lot written about converged stacks, or integrated IT stacks. These are essentially preconfigured racks of compute, storage and networking gear with server virtualization laid on top. The value proposition is to provide end users with a plug-and-play solution that greatly s...

Last updated: Feb 20, 2012   5:14 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
VARs: Now is the time to learn about the object storage device market

Blog  Object-based storage devices, or object storage for short, have been around for a number of years. But its become a hot topic with the near-endless capacity needs of cloud storage and the "big data" requirement for increasingly large, shared storage infrastructures that can be accessed and search...

Last updated: Nov 19, 2012   3:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
What's new in vSphere 5.5

Blog  The biggest announcement out of VMworld was vSphere 5.5 information (see informationbelow) along with vCloud Director 5.5 (Whats New PDF) and NSX Networking (read about it here) Scalability & Increased maximums Logical CPUs per ESXi host: 320 (up from 160) Virtual CPUs per ESXi host...

Last updated: Sep 6, 2013   6:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Is IT Security dead?

Blog  If the Gartner IT Security Summit is the best the industry has to offer, then IT Security is dead. I've come away from it not merely disappointed, but frustrated. Frustrated that I've been sitting through presentations from speakers reciting the same old woe: lots of malware - we know; financially m...

Last updated: Oct 1, 2008   8:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: Risk Management with Stuart King and Duncan Hart   |      Security management
SCADA security requires a better understanding of how plants work

Blog   I do worry about the security of our industrial control and SCADA systems. I have been for the last 24 years in fact, ever since I first encountered them. In my view the real problem has always been bridging the gap between the theoretical vulnerabilities of these systems and the everyday business ...

Last updated: Jul 4, 2013   12:04 AM GMT  |  Blog: David Laceys IT Security Blog   |      SCADA, Security
Evaluating what IoT device failure looks like in the current digital world

Blog  The universe of connected devices continues to snowball and has now surpassed the number of smartphones globally and is projected to reach 18 billion devices by 2022. Smart devices and hyperconnected systems are becoming ubiquitous, ranging from connected doorbells to smart cities to hospital system...

Last updated: Nov 15, 2019   8:56 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      connected devices, Internet of Things, iot
Need a network card for a MAC G3

Answer  Hey, any MAC people out there? I have a client who has an ancient MAC G3 running OS 8.5. I have limited experience with Apple hardware, and have handled the diagnostic over the phone so far. From what I am able to determine the Ethernet port on the computer has died (Cables work on another syste...

Last updated: Sep 20, 2008   5:30 AM GMT   |    Mac, Mac hardware, Network cards
In Focus: Computer Room Design Tips

Blog  Let me start off by giving a big thanks to our blog readers who've submitted stories about their horrendous data center encounters in regards to APC's Sponsored Contest, where you have the chance to win a Nintendo Wii. If you haven't already submitted your story, please do so; we would love to hear ...

Last updated: Oct 14, 2008   9:14 PM GMT  |  Blog: Tales from the Data Center   |      Contests, DataCenter
Tips On Peforming a Successful Data Center Relocation

Blog   Before speaking on the topic of Data Center Relocation, I would like to invite you, our prized blog readers, to share a horror story that has occurred in your owndata center. American Power Conversion (APC) is hosting an exciting contest looking for the most horrific and crazy data center tal...

Last updated: Oct 7, 2008   3:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: Tales from the Data Center   |      DataCenter, DataManagement
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