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The 100 Percent Open-Source Data Center

Over the course of the past decade, reality changed in both storage and networking, and we are almost at the stage where you can run your data center entirely on open source. How did this happen and what does this mean for the CIO?

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15 Years of Wireshark: Towards the Internet of Things

At the sixth Sharkfest, Wireshark founder Gerald Combs looks back on 15 years of network analysis. His tool is now capable of handling 1,500 protocols and 120,000 field filters...

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Preventing Your Own Azure Networking Flop

Microsoft has the embarrassment of seeing its Azure flagship cloud storage system crash for 12 hours on Friday because it forgot to renew an SSL certificate. Before laughing yourself silly, are you sure that a similar disaster couldn't happen to your Internet presence?

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Work Begins to Standardize 'Internet-of-Things' Protocol

OASIS launches technical committee that promises to have a widely accepted machine-to-machine connectivity protocol available in about a year.

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AMQP 1.0 is Now an OASIS Standard

The independent standards organisation has approved the open protocol for exchanging messages between systems as a standard...

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