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What VMware Acquisition of SpringSource Means to Development, Virtualization

Now that virtualization vendor VMware Inc. announced last week that it's acquiring enterprise open source vendor, SpringSource Inc. for $420 million, what's it really mean for both companies and their customers?

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Hands On: Bookmark Sync Lands in Chrome Developer Builds

A new cloud synchronization feature is now available for testing in the latest Chrome developer build. It uses Google's Web infrastructure to provide a service that allows users to keep their bookmarks synchronized between multiple computers.
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Red Hat Steps Up Channel Reach Against Novell and Microsoft

It takes money to make money, and commercial Linux distributor Red Hat knows this.

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Secure VPN the Easy Way With the Linux-based Untangle Router

There are a lot of bogus VPN (virtual private network) products sold for big bucks that are not real VPNs at all, but SSL portals. OpenVPN is a genuine secure VPN that supports both site-to-site tunnels, to create a nice secure WAN on the cheap, and remote individual clients.
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Quick and Dirty MySQL Performance Troubleshooting

What are the first things you should look at after learning of a sudden change in MySQL server performance?
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