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Containers vs. Hypervisors: Choosing the Best Virtualization Technology

Choosing a virtualization solution isn't always easy. The good news is you have many choices to pick from. The bad news is, well, pretty much the same thing. You'll find tons of options for Linux, most of which break down to hypervisor or container-based virtualization. Not sure which is which? We'll break it down.

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Survey: CIOs Tightening Access to Social Networks

As social networking becomes more popular in the workplace, many CIOs and IT managers are limiting employee access to sites like Facebook and Twitter.
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VMware Patches Vulnerabilities in its Products

Virtualisation specialist VMware has released security updates for a number of its products, closing a total of ten security vulnerabilities - several of which can be exploited remotely...
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Feature Plans For Xen 4.1 Come About

Xen 4.0 was just released a few days back with a variety of features from graphics card pass-through support to online resizing of guest disks, but features for Xen 4.1 are already brewing. Xen 4.1 will be the next major release for this once-popular virtualization platform and its feature list is...
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10th Anniversary of Linux for the Mainframe: Beginning Today (eWeek)

In celebration of ten years of mainframe Linux deployments, eWeek takes a look at the history of Linux on mainframes. The article is annoyingly broken up over six pages, but...
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