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Canonical, IBM Plunk DB2 Databases on Ubuntu

Still talking to Oracle Commercial Linux distributor Canonical has won the buzzword bingo for the week by putting Ubuntu, cloud, and appliance in the same sentence in announcing a partnership with IBM. It's meant to bring the latter company's DB2 databases to the latest Ubuntu 10.04 Server Edition Linux.…...

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Cloudera Hadoop Plugs Snout into Netezza Iron

Cloudera – the commercial Hadoop outfit – has teamed with data analytics maven Netezza to build a connector between its stuffed elephant distro and Netezza's Twinfin data warehousing appliances… Free On-Demand Webcast - Virtualizing the Hard Stuff...

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Benchmarking Performance in a Virtualized World

SPEC releases a new benchmark for measuring the performance of virtualized systems. This is the first time there's been an industry-standard metric for this purpose.

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The Case for Zend Framework - Users Get to Vote

The Zend developers are providing their users with the opportunity to vote on possible adjustments to the syntax in version 2 of Zend Framework...

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KVM or Xen? Choosing a Virtualization Platform

When Xen was first released in 2002, the GPL'd hypervisor looked likely to take the crown as the virtualization platform for Linux. Fast forward to 2010, and the new kid in town has displaced Xen as the virtualization of choice for Red Hat and lives in the mainline Linux kernel. Which one to choose? Read on for our look at the state of Xen vs. KVM.

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