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Linux Datacenters Virtualize More, See Big TCO Savings

Linux x86 datacenter users are much more likely to use virtualization technology and gain the benefit of significant total-cost-of-ownership savings than Microsoft datacenter users. In some cases, the costs from full virtualization implementations on Linux can approach 60 percent less than similar implementations on Microsoft platforms.

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The Curious Case of the Failing Connections

Troubleshooting is often an adventure that takes you to unexpected places and teaches you a lot along the way.
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Tech Tip: Get Notifications from Your Scripts with Notify-send

Notify-send is a great application for notifying you when an event has occurred. An event such as a script running to completion.
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Openbravo Maps a Shortcut to ERP Implementation

Openbravo announced on Tuesday its next-generation Enterprise Resource Planning product, called "QuickStart," an alternative to the company's generally more labor-intensive community package.
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Redis: Lightweight key/value Store That Goes the Extra Mile

Need a key/value store that doesn't compromise functionality for performance? Have a look at redis.
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