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An Introduction to CouchDB

CouchDB is one of the most popular and mature document-oriented databases. Let's have a look at the features that make it so popular, get it installed, and start putting it to use.
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Data By The Numbers

When dealing with large distributed systems, knowing some basic performance and failure numbers helps you understand what you can reasonably expect both in terms of performance and reliability.
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Raytheon Unveils Linux 'Insider Threat' Rooter-out Routers

US armstech mammoth Raytheon has announced that its "government insider threat management solution" for information security will be powered by Linux.
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NoSQL: Distributed and Scalable Non-Relational Database Systems

Non-SQL oriented distributed databases are all the rage in some circles. They're designed to scale from day 1 and offer reliability in the face of failures.
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Linux Server Management: Five Signs You're Doing It Wrong

Recently, we observed someone noting that Xen doesn't provide the same physical-to-virtual (p2v) conversion capabilities that VMware does.

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