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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
Linux enterprise desktop distributions, Linux enterprise desktop applications
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
VMware's upcoming public cloud and AMD's 64-bit ARM servers are technologies for the data center that exemplify the changes in the IT industry.
Stagnant strategies for data center cooling will keep energy bills climbing ever higher, but a more modern approach can bring them back down to earth.
The rise of converged systems has brought a new level of manageability to the data center, but these integrated offerings have a few drawbacks.
Virtual networking has revived tensions between server and networking teams within data centers, but it's a dynamic both sides must embrace.
Consider the many factors that determine the potential return on investment when deciding when and what to automate.
As with many other facets of virtualization, VM resource allocation is becoming automated. Find out what tools you can use for automated provisioning.
The federal government is under mandates to consolidate data centers and deliver IT as a Service, but sequestration makes this easier said than done.
Dell will discontinue its OpenStack and VMware vCloud-based public cloud offerings as VMware delivers its vCloud IaaS.
Financial, government and healthcare industries must overcome data security breaches and regulatory issues for a successful cloud migration.
Desktop security policy must cover the use of mobile devices and the cloud. Sharp HealthCare uses a mix of software for desktop security management.
New and updated Windows 8 tools can help admins and users. Windows 8 utilities include functions for backing up and restoring systems.
A traditional Windows security scan may lure IT into complacency about desktop vulnerabilities, so look at four areas to beef up Windows security.