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Red Hat Brings Enterprise Linux to the Cloud

Linux vendor debuts Red Hat Cloud Access program, offering premium enterprise subscribers the option of moving to Amazon's EC2 cloud-computing environment.
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HP Updates Integrity Servers With Intel Itanium

Hewlett-Packard unveils a major expansion and upgrade of its Integrity line of servers, tapping Intel's new Itanium 9300 processor and overhauling the system's architecture.
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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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Top 5 Myths About Google Data Centers

What's important is that you focus on how to run your enterprise data center optimally for your business, not Google's, says Sentilla's Joe Polastre. by Joe Polastre, Sentilla, Special to ZDNet...
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Securing the Public Cloud

Security is paramount when it comes to enterprise data in public clouds. Encryption, intrusion detection and ID management all need to be part of the evaluation and deployment processes.
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