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vendor-hype, user-demands, and technology requirements.
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
TIA data center standards address cabling systems with performance, budget and future plans in mind. New concepts bear consideration as well.
IBM's z/OS Connect is a fresh way to tie in mainframe processing with Internet applications. See what it does and how it overlaps with existing software.
Stumped when it comes to buying the latest gadgets for geeks? Have no fear -- our experts are here with their wish lists to offer some suggestions.
What’s in store for server virtualization next year? This month, we’re asking our Advisory Board members for their 2015 predictions.
One day two companies are working together. The next, they are competing at the same level. Coopetition can create a virtualization soap opera.
2014 is coming to a close, but there were plenty of product and technology definitions that stood out this year, including 'vRealize,' 'containers' and more.
As cloud evolves, new applications such as big data analytics and HPC enter the fray. What do these new apps mean for cloud's future and performance?
Artificial intelligence has grown in popularity with smart agents such as Apple's Siri. With the right planning, intelligent agents in the cloud top IT's wish list.
Cloud computing is the popular kid in IT, but security concerns keep it from being invited to enterprise parties. Help IT teams warm up to the new kid with these top security tips.
Synchronous Group Policy processing can slow Windows 8.1 startup for devices on the network, so enable caching in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
Admins considering open source alternatives to Microsoft desktops should know what an alternative OS, office suite or graphics editor can do.
The MDOP 2014 suite includes changes in tools for remotely managing and restoring Windows, as well as new BitLocker Group Policy settings.