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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
The shifting nature of the IT industry doesn't just influence new technology; it's spawning some noteworthy changes in IT staffing, especially around big data and cloud.
The most common data center operating system gets its final 6.x updates with the addition of a local backup archiving tool before transitioning to just security and stability updates.
Among other benefits, edge computing -- a critical component for many IoT applications -- can boost performance and enhance security. But it isn't without its challenges.
With the advent of virtualization, major software vendors are moving away from the per CPU licensing model toward the core licensing or per user model.
Keeping your hypervisor patched is an obvious step to prevent attacks, but proper VM configuration management is also important to overall security.
From monitoring CPU usage to right-sizing VM allocation, there are a number of precautions administrators can take to prevent overprovisioning.
With Azure Stack, Microsoft looks to help enterprises bridge their private and public clouds. But it's still a work in progress.
From outages to new features, a lot has happened in the cloud market so far in 2016. Test yourself to see if you are up to date.
Network security groups control the lines of communication between network traffic and cloud instances. How do I set them up in AWS or Azure?
Attendees at Citrix Synergy 2016 share their plans for Windows 10 adoption this year.
If you keep getting driver errors in Windows 10, a video driver could be to blame. Luckily, the problem is easy to troubleshoot.
Your upgrade method, workload and more affect whether the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10 are really enough.