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Quantcast Open Sources Hadoop Distributed File System Alternative

Quantcast, an internet audience measurement and ad targeting service, processes over 20 petabytes of data per day using Apache Hadoop and its own custom file system called Quantcast File System (QFS). Today, it’s making that technology available as open source under an Apache license. You can now find it on GitHub.

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Can You Be a Strong Development Manager and Stay Agile?

By the end of last week’s Regcast Agility without Anxiety, El Reg's Tim Phillips decided he could do with being a bit more agile himself.…...

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Symantec State of the Data Center Survey Results: Not Surprising, But Useful

Symantec routinely funds a "state of the data center" survey. The results are not surprising. IT organizations are having to react to increasing complexity, access from many different types of devices and the increasing need for data governance.

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Start IT Up: Wooboard

Everyone likes some praise at work. Here's an app that puts some order behind peer recognition.

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Apigee Builds New API Management Service for the Programmable Data Center

To address the new reality of our data driven world, we need better ways to manage the network. Google and later Amazon Web Services (AWS), embarked on that journey long ago. Now the market is beginning to catch up with new networked environments that are controlled more by software than physical switches, routers and controllers. Apigee is now providing management for these Software-Defined Networking (SDN) environments with a new API management offering needed to build, manage and scale applications for the programmable data center. 

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Updates for PostgreSQL 9.1 and 9.2 Fix Critical Bugs

Updates for the 9.2.x and 9.1.x branches of the relational database have been released to fix two critical bugs that could lead to data corruption. The 9.0.x, 8.4.x, and 8.3.x branches have also been updated to fix other issues...

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