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Virtual machines can now run on the edge, near the things at the center of the internet of things, making use of multiple applications outside the data center.
Learn how to use Btrfs snapshots with Linux utilities, such as Snapper and GRUB2, to revert back to previous states in the event of a configuration mishap.
In any multi-tenant IT environment, noisy neighbors can be an issue. Here's a closer look at how the challenges differ in the public cloud versus colocation.
From determining VM size and location to choosing the right storage options, there are a couple of things you should do before creating and deploying a VM in Azure IaaS.
QEMU Qcow2 and libguestfs' guestfish tool can help improve your virtual storage management practices. Read on to learn how they are able to work together in your environment.
Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V's Discrete Device Assignment feature, best described as hardware pass through, is easily utilized via these simple steps.
IT pros face a variety of options when it comes to managing OpenStack -- and those options vary, depending on whether they take a DIY or vendor-supported approach.
Oracle turns to bare metal and containers to craft an IaaS platform that's friendlier for enterprise scale-out, but is it compelling enough versus entrenched public cloud rivals?
Initially, organizations adopted multicloud as part of their risk mitigation strategy. But today, it's about portability, flexibility and so much more.
The upcoming Windows Defender Application Guard feature in Microsoft’s Windows 10 Edge browser will help IT departments protect against malware from compromised websites.
When it comes to moving to Windows 10, admins should keep minimum hardware requirements, potential problems with Office and device drivers, and web app compatibility at the front of their minds.
Windows 10 comes with some concerns, including activation issues and device driver failures. Learn how to resolve these problems and more.