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VMware Updates Hyperic System Management

Fresh out of VMware's SpringSource unit, Hyperic 4.4 delivers tighter control over virtualized environments.

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Open Source Toolchains for Linux Systems Administrators

Two of the most notable trends in systems management are DevOps and the related and partially redundant Agile Operations movement. These initiatives are popular in many Web 2.0 and cloud computing oriented companies like Twitter, Google, Yahoo! and Facebook where the companies’ products...

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The Most Popular Web Server Linux is...

CentOS. "What's that," you ask? Let me tell you about this Red Hat Enterprise Linux-based distribution. read more...

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The Basics of App Management

IT may be complex, but from the perspective of the business, it is just a lot of technical gubbins that sits between the screen and the data.…...

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ForgeRock Releases Version 9.5 of OpenAM

Norway-based ForgeRock has released version 9.5 of its OpenAM access management product, which is based on Sun's OpenSSO product which Oracle have apparently abandoned...

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Report: Linux Command Line vs. Graphical Interface

In the Linux desktop world, the graphical user interface is here to stay. Without all the efforts poured into GNOME, KDE, Xfce and others, Linux would not be as successful as it is today. Still, the command line continues to have distinct advantages over the desktop. Bruce Byfield sorts out...

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