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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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GridCentric Announces Copper Cluster Management Software

So what happened to Aluminum?  GridCentric Inc, a Toronto-based software company, announced their release of the Copper Cluster Man...
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Today's Guide to Linux Virtualization

There's no question about whether to deploy virtualization; the real question is what virtualization solutions to look at and what workloads to virtualize. We'll help cut through the complexity and help set the options straight.

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Everything I Ever Needed to Know About Being a System Admin, I Learned from Superman

A few days ago, a copy of Action Comics No. 1 sold for about $1.5 million. What makes a 72-year old comic worth seven figures? More importantly, what can system administrators learn from a guy who's been wearing tights and a cape for more than seventy years?

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