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Software-Defined Networking Takes Center Stage as a Top Concern at Structure 2013

Still don't understand software-defined networking? You're not alone -- but you should really learn about it now.

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Xen Support Returns to CentOS at Last

The launch of Xen4CentOS has brought CentOS integration back to Xen at last. The collaborative effort between the Xen Project, the Citrix Xen open source development teams, the CentOS team, the GoDaddy Cloud operations group and Rackspace Hosting enables CentOS 6/x86_64 to be used as a Dom0 base platform to host Xen in paravirtual (PV) and full virtualization (HVM) deployment modes. It's also brought together Xen users and the Xen developer community to solve real problems that exist in the Linux user community today -- a model for future collaboration.

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How Efficient Can Storage Be?

We want our data protected from failures. After a failure we want our data back quickly. And we want to pay as little as possible. How?

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Zenoss' Alan Conley: Doing the Dynamic Infrastructure Dance

A thin line between traditional IT monitoring and management services and monitoring real-time operations divides what Zenoss offers its customers and what other vendors provide. The IT monitoring space is becoming more crowded with proprietary and open source software solutions. Zenoss, according to Chief Technology Officer Alan Conley, offers a...

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Panzura: 'Infrastructure is Slowly Getting Commoditized'

We talk shop with Ranajit Nevatia, vice president at the U.S. cloud storage company.

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