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What I want from a Linux laptop

 

My perfect Linux laptop would be one that can be used in a ultra low power mode and have the option of being charged from a small solar panel of merely 10 Watt. The only slightly unique thing would be the E-ink screen cover. To be used when reading or writing text in the low power mode. Additionally it should have HDMI and usb input to connect a raspberry pi to the screen and keyboard. The keyboard ought to be one of the old types since my error rate is rather high with flat keys.

 

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TFTP vs FTP application layer protocols

Q1:What's the difference between TFTP and FTP?

A1: TFTP is a local host obtain files from a remote host but does not provide reliability or security. FTP is the standard mechanism provided by TCP / IP for copying a file from one host to another.

Q2:How to copy files from Cisco device to FTP server ?

A2: Three steps to Copy Cisco switch to FTP:
1.Define the FTP user and password
2.Find the file that you wish to upload
3.Upload the file

 

Take advantage of lossy quality in the browser cache?

 

The idea is to have an option to replace big images in the cache folder with smaller ones of lower quality, different format or resolution. When I looked at my browser cache. The space were mainly filled with .png images. Because this was a poor choice of format for photos I would like to store certain images above a threshold in a .webp format as a replacement in the cache. I think this allows for much larger covering cache for the same size.

 

 

Smart Managed Swith or Unmanaged ?

What's the difference between cisco managed switch or unmanaged if I should plan in an unmanaged switch or a managed switch (planing to buy Cisco most likely).I don's see a point of buying a smart managed or even managed switch. Any suggestion ?

 

Bioinformatics Market is growing at a CAGR of 25.4% from 2012 - 2019. By Transparency Market Researc

Bioinformatics market is estimated to reach market size worth USD 9.1 Billion in 2018. The market is forecasted to record double digit growth, with highest revenue contribution from the bioinformatics platforms segment.

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The global bioinformatics market, estimated at USD 2.3 billion in 2012 is forecasted to reach a market size of USD 9.1 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 25.4% from 2012 - 2018. The market growth is driven by rise in applications across various industries. The key contribution to the market demand is from fields such as agriculture biotechnology, pharmaceutical research and development, medical and clinical diagnostics, and other life-sciences related industries.

 

The bioinformatics platform holds the largest market share and is estimated to account for nearly 50% of the market revenue. The services market currently holds a relatively smaller market share, however is expected to increase considerably over the forecast period. The bioinformatics platform segment is the fastest growing market and is expected to contribute 54% of the total market growth during the same period.

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The demand across genomics and wide application in the medical and biological information sector is driving the demand for bioinformatics platforms and services in the global market. The research outsourcing by pharmaceutical giants in the fields involving bioinformatics content is a significant driver of the global bioinformatics market. These companies in efforts to reduce time and cost on R&D activities involved in the development of novel drugs and new applications for existing drugs, are looking for outsourcing services for bioinformatics knowledge and management tools, platforms, and services.

 

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Among the regional markets, North America holds the largest share; however, is forecasted to be succeeded by Europe as the leading market share holder in 2018, due to fast growth shown by major European markets such as Germany and U.K. Europe is forecasted to be the fastest growing region, with growth mainly driven by rising government support for R&D activities in the region. The bioinformatics services market in Europe and North America is well developed and organized whereas it is still in initial growth stage in emerging markets of Asia Pacific region.

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The report analyzes the global bioinformatics market growth across various segments such as knowledge management tools, platforms, and services. The in-depth analysis includes analysis of sub-segments up to three levels, with cross sectional analysis on the basis of geographical and regional market size and forecasts. The cross-sectional analysis of the global bioinformatics market based on applications further provides market growth potential across various end user industries. The segments considered on the basis of application are - molecular medicine, gene therapy, drug development and preventive medicine.

 

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Digital Signal Processors Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecas

Large scale adoption of digital signal processing in consumer electronics has lead to increased utilization of DSP chips that have penetrated into a number of applications that use advanced digital signal processing. Electronic design automation (EDA) vendors, foundries, fabless and fab manufacturers, intellectual property (IP) vendors, assembly & testing and packaging vendors are some of the key industry players in this market. IP market can be classified into standard non-customizable, customizable, application specific integrated circuits (ASIC), and programmable (FPGA & PLD) DSP core IP.

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Design architecture market can be segmented as product design, IC design and DSP System-On-Chips (SOC) design. Product segment markets can be enlisted as general purpose, application specific and programmable DSP ICs. IC design segment markets are standard non-embedded, embedded, single-core, and multi-core DSP processors markets.

Applications sectors can be enlisted as computers and computer peripherals, wireless communication, surveillance, VoIP, consumer electronics sector, automotive sector, industrial sector, medical sector, radar communication applications and nanotechnology. The increased use of DSP in the high demand consumer electronic equipments such as set-top-boxes, digital cameras and printers are driving the growth of this market. The application of DSP in automobile industry has increased. Automobile equipment manufacturers are using DSP for manufacturing vehicle parts. Moreover, several location-based service providers use advanced digital signal processors to manufacture vehicle surveillance equipments. North America and Asia Pacific are the largest manufacturer and consumer of in digital signal processing market. The leading nations in DSP market are U.S., China, Japan, Taiwan and Korea. Asia Pacific is now the leading destination for electronics manufacturers due to availability of skilled workforce and low production cost.

Some of the market players in this industry are Analog Devices Inc., Altera Corp., Broadcom Corp., Freescale Semiconductor Ltd., Ceva Inc., Infineon Technologies AG, Marvell Technology Group Ltd., LSI Corp., MIPS Technologies Inc, Qualcomm Inc., NXP Semiconductors N.V., Renesas Electronics Corp., ST Microelectronics N.V., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Toshiba Corp., Texas Instruments Inc. and Xilinx Inc.

 

Broadcast Quality For Online Video Interviews

 

A simple idea to get independent high quality video for online interviews would be to cheat a little. This would only work if your not required to publish the video in real time.

 

The idea is to use dual recordings with the devices. For example. If the person to be interviewed has a high quality web cam but poor internet connection. The software could store a high quality video recording of his part of the session. In real-time the interview would be of the quality the connection can handle but because the stored part can be re-transmitted after the interview is done. It can then with the other videos restore the quality.

 

Broadcast Switchers Market is Expected to Reach USD 1,908 M in 2019

Broadcast Switchers Market was worth USD 1,200 million in 2012 and is expected to reach USD 1,908 million by 2019, growing at a CAGR of 6.9% from 2013 to 2019. North America was the largest market for broadcast switchers in 2012. Growth in this region is expected to be driven by replacement of deployed switchers over the forecast period. In addition, the increasing number of HD channels is expected to drive the market in near future.

The broadcast switchers market is driven by various factors including transition from analog to digital broadcasting, increasing adoption of HD (High Definition) worldwide, rising number of digital channels and increasing focus on production automation. Enforcement of government regulations regarding digitalization is also expected to drive the market. However, lack of standardization in content distribution and high initial price of broadcasting equipments are some of the factors inhibiting the growth of this market.

Among all types, routing switcher segment was the largest and accounted for 47.4% of the market share in 2012. However, production switcher segment is expected to witness strong growth during the forecast period.

Among different end use segments, studio production held the largest market share in 2012 and accounted for 24.7% share of the global market. It is expected to maintain leading position throughout the forecast period owing to increasing awareness in emerging regions including Asia Pacific and RoW. Sports' broadcasting is the second largest end use segment and is expected to show strong growth during forecast period.

Geographically North America was the largest broadcast switcher market and accounted for 40.7% in 2012 owing to increase in adoption of low end routing switchers that are deployed in production trucks, generating less heat, less noisy and consuming low power. In addition, the growth is driven by the increase in usage of production switchers across non-broadcast segments such as places of worship, corporate conferences and educational institutes.

Broadcast switchers market is segmented depending price of the switchers as high end segment, mid end segment and low end segment. The market is dominated by few players in each of these segments. Most of the switcher manufacturers are competing among each other by developing state of the art technology products to get competitive advantage. The factors determining different categories of switchers such as high end, mid end and low end include formats, size and configuration of the switchers. The global high end broadcast switchers market in is dominated by Sony Electronics Inc., Snell Group, Grass Valley Panasonic Corporation among others. Broadcast Pix, Ross Video among others lead the mid end switchers segment and Blackmagic Design, For A Company, Miranda Technologies, Evertz Corporation, and New Tek Inc.dominate the low end switchers segment.

Broadcast switchers market analysis, by type

  • Production switchers
  • High end production switchers
  • Mid end production switchers
  • Low end production switchers                    
  • Routing switchers
  • High end routing switchers
  • Mid end routing switchers
  • Low end production switchers
  • Master control switchers
  • High end master control switchers
  • Mid end master control switchers
  • Low end master control switchers

Broadcast switchers market analysis, by end user

  • Sports broadcasting
  • Studio production
  • Production trucks
  • News production
  • Post production
  • Others (Corporate conferences, Places of worship, educational institutes and Playouts)

In addition the report provides cross sectional analysis of the market with respect to the following geographical segments:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • RoW (Rest of the World)

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Physical Security Market is Expected to Reach USD 125.03 Billion Globally in 2019

The worldwide market for physical security was valued at USD 48.05 billion in 2012 and is projected to reach the market size of USD 125.03 billion by 2019, growing at a CAGR of 14.9% during the period from 2013 to 2019. Some of the major factors driving the demand for physical security include rising global security concerns and increasing budget allocations for physical security by governments to prevent terrorism and crime activities. In addition, regulations imposed by governments of different countries demanding increased security levels is driving the adoption of physical security in several end-user sectors including industrial and business organizations. Continued investments in infrastructure worldwide, especially, in Asia Pacific region is expected to emerge as a significant factor behind the growth of physical security market in coming years.

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The primary concern in physical security is the protection and prevention in order to serve security interests of people, equipment, and property. The increase in incidences of terror activities and crime has resulted in escalated demand for physical security solutions. It is expected that internet protocol (IP) video, sophisticated access control systems and biometric solutions would drive the demand for physical security solutions. Further, the emerging trend of convergence of logical and physical security and increased demand for integrated physical security solutions are expected to boost the growth of physical security market.

The different components of physical security include hardware, software and services. The market for physical security hardware has been further segmented into intrusion detection and prevention systems, access control systems and others (fire and life safety, visitor management and backup power). Among intrusion detection and prevention hardware products, video surveillance was the largest market and held around 72% share in 2012 and is expected to be the fastest growing segment throughout the forecast period. In access control segment, biometric access control held the largest market share of around 38% of total access control market in 2012. Physical security software market has been segmented into physical security information management (PSIM) and management, analysis and modeling software. PSIM is fast gaining market demand, driven by declining costs, increased sophistication and increasing awareness among end-users. Physical security services market has been segmented into video surveillance as a service (VSaaS), remote management services, technical support, public safety answering point (PSAP), security consulting, public alert, customer information and warning systems and others (data source, hosted access control, managed access control, alert notification, mobile security management). Among the services segments, VSaaS is expected to be the fastest growing market driven by benefits such as cost savings, simplicity, and remote access.

End-user segments of physical security include transportation and logistics, government and public sector, control centers, utilities/energy markets, fossil generation facilities, oil and gas facilities, chemical facilities, industrial (manufacturing sector excluding chemical facilities), retail, business organizations, hospitality and casinos and others (stadiums, educational and religious infrastructure, healthcare organizations). Transportation industry which includes aviation, rail, ports, road and city traffic and new start projects (including light rail, rapid rail, metro rail, commuter rail, bus rapid transit, and ferries) in transportation and logistics sector was the largest end-user of physical security in 2012. North America emerged as the largest regional market for physical security in 2012. In view of high terrorism incidences, the region has been increasing security measures across all end-use verticals. Moreover, governments in North America have significantly increased the regulatory measures for adoption of physical security. Asia Pacific is one of the fastest emerging markets for physical security, growing at a CAGR of around 17% owing to significant push from governments and the police to enhance security in view of increasing crime and terror in the region.

The market for physical security was highly fragmented in 2012 and no single player was dominant; however, Honeywell Security Group emerged as the market leader, accounting for around 5% share in 2012. Honeywell Security group was followed by Bosch Security Systems Inc, Morpho SA (Safran), Hikvision Digital Technology, Assa Abloy AB, Axis Communication AB, Pelco Inc, Tyco International Ltd, NICE Systems Ltd, and others.

 

Source : http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/physical-security-market.html

 

Cutting-Edge New Virtualization Technology: Docker Takes On Enterprise

Docker’s new container technology is offering a smart, more sophisticated solution for server virtualization today. The latest version of Docker, version 0.8, was announced couple of days ago.

Docker virtualization

Docker 0.8 is to focus more on quality rather than on features, with the objective of targeting the requirements of enterprises.

According to the software’s present developmental team; many companies that use the software have been using it for highly critical functions. As a result, the aim of the most recent release has been to provide such businesses top quality tools for improving efficiency and performance.

What Is Docker?

Docker is an open source virtualization technology for Linux that is essentially a modern extension of Linux Containers (LXC). The software is still quite a young initiative, having been launched for the first time in March 2013. Founder Solomon Hykes created Docker as an internal project for dotCloud, a PaaS enterprise.

The response to the application was highly impressive and the company soon reinvented itself as Docker Inc, going on to obtain $15 million in investments from Greylock Partners. Docker Inc. continued to run their original PaaS solutions, but the focus moved to the Docker platform. Since its initiation, over 400,000 users have downloaded the virtualization software.

Google (along with couple of most popular cloud computing providers out there) is offering the software as part of its Google Compute Engine though still nothing from major Australian companies (yes, I’m looking at you Macquarie).

Red Hat also included it in OpenShift PaaS as well as in the beta version of the upcoming release Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The benefits of containers are receiving greater attention from customers, who find that they can reduce overheads with lightweight apps and scale across cloud and physical architectures.

Containers Over Full Virtual Machines

For those unfamiliar with Linux containers, they are called the Linux kernel containment at a basic level. These containers can hold applications and processes like a virtual machine, rather than virtualizing an entire operating system. In such a scenario the application developer does not have to worry about writing to the operating system. This allows greater security, efficiency and portability when it comes to performance.

Virtualization through containers has been available as part of the Linux source code for many years. Solaris Zones was pioneering software created by Sun Microsystems over 10 years ago.

Docker takes the concept of containers a little further and modernizes it. It does not come with a full OS, unlike full virtual machines, but it shares the host OS, which is Linux. The software offers a simpler deployment process for the user and tailors virtualization technology for the requirements of PaaS (platform-as-a-service) solutions and cloud computing.

Docker images

This makes containers more efficient and less resource hungry than virtual machines. The condition is that the user must limit the OS host to a single platform. Containers can launch within seconds while full virtual machines can take several minutes to do so. Virtual machines must also be run through a hypervisor, which containers do not.

This further enhances container performance as compared to virtual machines. According to the company, containers can offer application processing speeds that are double than virtual machines. In addition, a single server can have a greater number of containers packed into it. This is possible because the OS does not have to be virtualized for each and every application.

The New Improvements and Features Present In Docker 0.8

Docker 0.8 has seen several improvements and debugging since its last release. Quality improvements have been the primary goal of the developmental team. The team – comprising over 120 volunteers for the release – focused on bug fixing, improving stability, and streamlining the code, performance boosting and updating documentation. The goals in future releases will be to keep the improvements on and increase quality.

There are some specific improvements that users of earlier releases will find in version 0.8. The Docker daemon is quicker. Containers and images can be moved faster. It is quicker building source images with docker build. Memory footprints are smaller; the build is more stable with fixed race conditions. Packaging is more portable for tar implementation. The code has been made easier to change because of compacted sub-packaging.

The Docker Build command has also been improved in many ways. A new caching layer, greatly in demand among customers, speeds up the software. It achieves this by eschewing the need to upload content from the same disk again and again.

There are also a few new features to expect from 0.8. The software is being shipped with a BTRFS (B-Tree File System) storage driver that is at an experimental stage. The BTRFS file system is a recent alternative to ZFS among the Linux community. This gives users a chance to try out the new, experimental file system for themselves.

A new ONBUILD trigger feature also allows an image to be used later to create other images, by adding a trigger instruction to the image.

Version 0.8 is supported by Mac OSX, which will be good news for many Mac users. Docker can be run completely offline and directly on their Mac machines to build Linux applications. Installing the software to an Apple Macintosh OS X workstation is made easy with the help of a lightweight virtual machine named Boot2Docker.

Docker may have gained the place it has today partly because of its simplicity. Containers are otherwise a complex technology, and users are traditionally required to apply complex configurations and command lines. Docker makes it easier for administrators, with its API, to easily have Docker images inserted in a larger workflow.

It is currently being developed as a plug-in that will allow use with platforms beyond Linux, such as Microsoft Windows, via a hypervisor. The future plans for the developmental team is to update the software once a month. Version 0.9 is expected to see a release early in March, 2014. The new release may have some new features if they are merged before the next release, otherwise they will be carried over to the next release.

Docker is expected to follow Linux in numbering versions. Major changes will be represented by changing the first digit. Second digit changes signify regular updates while emergency fixes will be represented by a final digit.

Customers looking forward to the production ready Docker version 1 will have to wait until April. They can also expect support for the software as well as a potential enterprise release. There are also attempts by the team to develop services for signing images, indexing them and creating private image registries.

Give it a try!

 

The benefits of a well planned Virtualization

One of the biggest challenges facing IT departments today is to keep your work environment. This is due to the need to maintain IT infrastructure able to meet the current demand for services and applications, and also ensure, that in the critical situations of the company, is able to resume normal activities quickly. And here is where it appears the big problem .

Much of IT departments are working on their physical limit, logical and economical . Your budget is very small and grows on average 1% a year, while managing the complexity grows at an exponential rate. IT has been viewed as a cost center real and not as an investment, as I have observed in most of the companies for which I have passed.

With this reality, IT professionals have to juggle to maintain a functional structure. For colleagues working in a similar reality, recommend special attention to this topic Virtualization .

Instead of speculating, Virtualization is not an expensive process compared to its benefits . Believing that depending on the scenario, Virtualization can be more expensive than many traditional designs. To give you an idea, today over 70% of the IT budget is spent just to keep the system environment, while less than 30% of the budget is invested in innovation advantage, differentiation and competitiveness. This means that almost any IT investment is dedicated simply to "put out the fire" emergency solve problems and very little is spent on solving the problem.

I followed a very common reality in the daily lives of large companies where the IT department is so overwhelmed that you can not measure the time to think again. In several of them, we see two completely different scenarios. A before and after Virtualization / cloud computing. In the first case, what we see is a bottleneck with reality drastic and resources to the limit. In the second, a scene of tranquility, guaranteed safe management and scalability.

Therefore, consider the proposal of Virtualization and discover what you can do for your department and therefore, for your company.

Within this reasoning, we have two maxims. The first: "Rethinking IT. The second: "Reinventing the business."

The big challenge for organizations is precisely this: rethink. What to do to transform technical consultants?

Increase efficiency and security

To the extent that the structure increases, so does the complexity of managing the environment. It is common to see data center dedicated to a single application. This is because the best practices for each service request that has a dedicated server. Obviously the metric is still valid, because without doubt this is the best option to avoid conflicts between applications, performance, etc.. Also, environments such as this are becoming increasingly detrimental as the processing capacity and memory are increasingly underutilized . On average, only 15% of the processing power is consumed by a server application, that is, over 80% of processing power and memory is actually no use.

Can you imagine the situation? We, first, we have virtually unused servers, while others need more resources, and ever lighter applications, the use of hardware is more powerful.

Another point that needs careful consideration is the safety of the environment. Imagine a database server with disk problem? What will be the difficulty of your company today? The time that your business needs to quote, purchase, receive, change and configure the environment to drop the item. During all this time, what was the problem?

Many companies are based in the cities / regions far from major centers and therefore may not think this hypothesis.

With Virtualization it does not, because we left the traditional scenario where we have a lot of servers, each hosting its own operating system and applications, and we go to a more modern and efficient.

In the image below, we can see the process of migrating the physical environment, where multiple servers to a virtual environment, where we have fewer physical servers or virtual servers hosting.

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By working with this technology and we have underutilized servers for different applications / services that are assigned to the same physical hardware, sharing CPU resources, memory, disk and network. This makes the average usage of this equipment can reach 85%. Moreover, fewer physical servers means less spending on supplies, memories, processors, means less purchasing power and cooling, and therefore fewer people to manage the structure.

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At this point you should ask, but what about security? If now I have multiple servers running simultaneously on a single physical server I'm at the mercy of this server? What if equipment fails?

New thinking is not only the technology but how to implement this technology in the best way possible. Today VMware , the global leader in Virtualization and cloud computing, working with a technology cluster, enabling and ensuring high availability of their servers. Basically, if you have two or more servers that work together in the event of failure of any equipment, VMware identifies this fault and automatically restores all its services on another host. This is automatic, without IT staff intervention.

At runtime, the physical failure is simulated to test the high availability and security of the environment in the future, the response time is fairly quick. On average, each server can be restarted with 10 seconds, 30 seconds or up to 2 minutes between each server. In some scenarios, it is possible that the operating environment will restart in about 5 minutes.

Be ready quickly new services

In a virtualized environment, the availability of new services becomes a quick and easy task, since resources are managed by the Virtualization tool and not tied to a single physical machine. This way you can hire a virtual server resources only and therefore avoids waste. On the other hand, if demand is rapidly increasing daily can increase the amount of memory allocated to this server. This same reasoning applies to the records and processing.

Remember that you are limited by the amount of hardware present in the cluster, you can only increase the memory to a virtual server if this report is available in its physical environment. This ends underutilized servers, as it begins to manage their environment intelligently and dynamically, ensuring greater stability

Integrating resources through the cloud

Cloud computing is a reality, and there is no cloud without Virtualization. VMware provides a tool called vCloud with it is possible to have a private cloud using its virtual structure, all managed with a single tool.

Reinventing the Business

After rethinking, now is the time to change, now is the time to reap the rewards of having an optimized IT organization, we see that when we do a project structured high availability, security, capacity growth and technology everything becomes much easier in the benefits we can mention the following:

Respond quickly to expand its business

When working in a virtualized environment, you have to think in a professional manner to meet all your needs, you can meet the demand for new services, this is possible with VMware because it offers a new server configured in a few clicks, in five minutes and has offered a new server ready to use. Today becomes crucial, since the start time a new project is decreasing.

Increase focus on strategic activities

With the controlled environment, management is simple and it becomes easier to focus on the business. That's because you get almost all the information and operational work is to have a thought of IT in business, and that is to transform a technical consultant. Therefore, a team will be fully focused on technology and strategic decisions, and not another team as firefighters, are dedicated to put out the fires caused.

Aligning the IT departments decision making

Virtualization allows IT staff have the metric reporting and analysis. With these reports have in their hands a professional tool that will lead to a fairly simple language and understand the reality of their environment. Often, this information supports a negotiation with management and, therefore, the approval of the budget for the purchase of new equipment.

Well folks, that's all. I tried not to write too much, but it's hard to say something as important in less lines, I promise that future articles will discuss in detail a little more about VMware and how it works.

 
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