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Open source databases, Open source Web and application servers, Enterprise applications for Linux
Linux administration tools, Linux management and configuration, Linux interoperability, Linux licensing and support, Linux monitoring and troubleshooting, Introduction to Linux system administration
Cloud computing on Linux, Linux high-performance computing and supercomputing, Linux server hardware, Linux virtualization, Linux backup and storage, Linux network administration, Open source projects in the cloud
Unix-to-Linux migration, Windows-to-Linux migration, Linux to Linux migration
Linux security risks and threats, Linux system security best practices, Linux security tools
Linux news and updates, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Ubuntu Server, Noncommercial Linux distributions, Oracle Enterprise Linux
COBOL might be one of the oldest programming languages, but that doesn't mean developers know all there is to know. We have expert insights on COBOL basics.
You can't depend on a building system to run the data center. Implement a BMS and a DCIM tool to monitor and predict system changes, tighten security and more.
Getting operations and development on the same page is a daily struggle. Choose the right DevOps tools, and you'll have Dev and Ops dancing at the company party.
Picking hardware with the right CPU features can improve server virtualization potential and boost critical VM performance.
There are many factors to consider when configuring a storage LUN to ensure it provides your VMs with the best possible performance.
Zombie VMs are real, but they don’t have to be as scary as they sound. With proper planning and the right tools you can prevent shambling hordes of wasteful servers.
A Xen hypervisor issue forced Amazon Web Services to reboot EC2, causing issues for customers. Are disruptions just part of the cloud package?
IBM joins forces with Microsoft to support the other’s cloud platforms with their respective enterprise apps. Whether the software gains can cover IBM’s hardware losses remains to be seen.
DIY is good for remodeling a house, but it might not be right for your enterprise. Answering five questions can prevent your cloud from a DIY disaster.
Windows 8.1 doesn't include Backup and Restore as its predecessors did, so you may have to use Windows 8 File History and other disaster recovery features instead.
Outlook Express was supported only through Windows XP, so you'll need a Windows Essentials workaround or a third-party utility to read DBX files.
Changing default Windows 8.1 settings -- such as the dialog box confirming file deletion -- is easy and potentially useful for desktop admins.