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NoSQL: Distributed and Scalable Non-Relational Database Systems

Non-SQL oriented distributed databases are all the rage in some circles. They're designed to scale from day 1 and offer reliability in the face of failures.
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Linux Server Management: Five Signs You're Doing It Wrong

Recently, we observed someone noting that Xen doesn't provide the same physical-to-virtual (p2v) conversion capabilities that VMware does.

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Novell Forces Customers to Pay for Maintenance

Patches and service packs? That'll cost ya Commercial operating system and add-on systems software maker Novell this week felt the ire of its user base, as it warned partners that in a few months it would be requiring that customers get a maintenance contract on software...
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Managing Linux and Mac Fileshares in Windows

It's an Active Directory world, but now Linux and Mac users can join in with new open source software.
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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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