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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
Now more than ever, data centers need creative employees to adapt and outwit problems for a more efficient, reliable IT infrastructure.
I have 80 Windows servers in the data center. What can I use for daily event log monitoring?
Mainframes are well-suited for mobile apps, and though these systems are known to be safe, there are ways to tighten mainframe security.
In order to ensure successful App-V deployment and get the most out of application virtualization, users should study up on App-V’s server and client-side components.
Application virtualization improves centralized control of complex applications without endpoint installation and management hassles.
With the advent of NFV, IT managers are finding new ways to improve data center networking.
The acquisition of automation platform Ansible and a partnership to run its services on Microsoft Azure highlight a busy month of bolstering for the Red Hat cloud strategy.
Joyent bet big on containers to compete in the cloud market, and the company's CTO Bryan Cantrill has plenty to say about the state of containers and what needs to change.
Despite lingering concerns around compliance and lock-in, IT pros are deploying cloud storage services for a range of applications and use cases.
Until mid-2016, eligible Windows 8 customers can upgrade to Windows 10 for free, but it's important to keep hardware requirements and app function in mind before making the jump.
You don't always need users' passwords to fix problems with Windows desktops. If the computer is domain-joined, you can use any account.
Microsoft keeps a spreadsheet of all the Group Policy settings for the Windows OS, and you can filter it to see which ones are new in Windows 10.