Posts Tagged ‘ Linux ’

Docker Has Quietly Crossed the Chasm

May 8, 2014
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agilecloud

Docker is one of those technologies that, without any great fuss and without anyone noticing, is now everywhere. My experience with Docker is fairly recent and fairly limited, but like many people, I had enough knowledge of it that when something complex came up in a project, I thought about Docker, went and investigated it,…

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SanDisk FlashSoft for VMware vSphere

October 14, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

In early 2012 SanDisk, well-known manufacturer of flash memory products, acquired FlashSoft. Like a number of other companies in the virtualization storage space, FlashSoft has several different products designed to use SSD and flash memory to cache storage I/O. They have specific products for Microsoft Windows Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (and clones). They…

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Docker: Delivering Agility One Container at a Time

July 12, 2013
By
agilecloud

One of the most interesting innovations that I have seen is Docker. Docker is a Linux container engine that is simplifying the process of delivering environments.

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Pano Logic Steals Cloud Client Mantel from Wyse

July 16, 2012
By
DesktopVirtualization

Sometimes this approach works, with few exceptions everybody understands what is meant by "thin client" and "zero client" even when the details of the implementation are wildly different – a Dell Wyse Xenith 2 zero client and a Pano Logic G2M zero client may have widely diverging approaches to delivering a zero configuration plug and…

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News: Piston Cloud and Gridcentric Partner to Deliver First Commercial OpenStack VDI Platform

June 27, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Piston Cloud Computing raised a few eyebrows on Tuesday with the announcement that it was extending its Piston Enterprise OS (PentOS) to provide a platform for hosting virtual desktops (VDI) through an exclusive licensing deal with Toronto-based Gridcentric for its innovative Virtual Memory Streaming (VMS) technology.

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Wizard to Unlock SuSE from Microsoft patent Dungeon

April 4, 2011
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The Novell Sale is being positioned to go ahead before the resolution of the Patent issue with the Department of Justice.

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Red Hat 6 Beta – Look No XEN

May 17, 2010
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The Red Hat 6 Beta is out, and there is no Xen in it, only KVM. It can operate as a guest in an existing Xen environment, but it cannot act as a Xen host. A few minority interests still cling to Xen, but ultimately it makes no sense for most Linux distributions to ship…

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Virtualizing Linux on IBM Mainframe – Now more affordable than ever!

January 19, 2010
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IBM has reduced the price of its Mainframe/Linux platform, providing an IBM price point and feature benchmark against which to compare the consolidated offerings which are starting to emerge from competing vendors, such as the Acadia group (Cisco, EMC, or VMware) and HP/Microsoft.

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VirtualBox OSE 3.0 – Still a viable Open Source option?

September 20, 2009
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In trying to re-use some old server hardware I re-vsisted VirtualBox/Ubuntu, a viable and completely free Open Source option for non-virtualization-enabled hardware. It is a neat solution, simple and well-supported, but the open source version of VirtualBox is nobbled to make it extremely awkward to use, in a different way to VMware's nobbling of the…

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