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Building High Availability Into IT

What does ‘high availability’ actually mean in the context of IT today? We’ve written elsewhere about more general availability...
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Five Things to Know About Linux Security

One of the many reasons people choose Linux on the desktop and the server is security. Linux has a reasonably good track record when it comes to security, but it's not enough to simply take that for granted. If you're new to using, administering or developing for Linux, you need to know a few things about security.

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The Future of Linux in the Data Center: More Than Just Red Hat?

Red Hat is the dominant vendor in the Linux server space, while the second biggest Linux distro, Novell SUSE Linux, struggles financially and is an acquisition target. Linux experts make the case in this column for multiple Linux distributions in the future.
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HP Discusses Data Center Consolidation Efforts

How much of a payoff can enterprises expect from consolidating their servers and data centers? HP executives speaking at Interop share their experience in data center downsizing.
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Planning Best Virtualization Strategies for Your Enterprise

So far this month we've covered the basics of virtualization, differences between containers and hypervisor virtualization, and basics of cloud computing. In this final installment, we'll cover some of the things you need to consider when planning to deploy your organization's best virtualization strategy.

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