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New Project Puts Open Source Spin on Data Center Design

A new industry group hopes to improve the design and construction of data centers through the a...
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Hypervisor Supports Linux Guests

Enea announced a multi-core-focused & Enea Hypervisor,& which is based on its OSE real-time operating system, but supports Linux clients via its Linx inter-process communication protocol. Meanwhile, Enea announced that its Android Competence Center has been chosen by mobile anti-malware firm Fatsk...
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Report: Linux Management and Monitoring Lacking

I admit it: I'm slightly jealous of Microsoft server administrators. You see, in the Linux world, we have the power to create crazily robust and creative systems, but we're often reinventing the wheel.
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EPA Closing in on Energy Star for Datacenters Launch

An article in Computerworld last week covers recent progress the EPA has made as it gets ready for the launch of its Energy Star program aimed at datacenters in June...
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Fujitsu Unveils Fastest Supercomputer in Japan

Fujitsu, today, announced that it has completed joint development of a new supercomputing system in as...
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5 of the Best Free Linux Data Recovery Tools

Data recovery is the process of retrieving data from corrupted or damaged storage media when it cannot be accessed. The storage media in question will often be a hard disk, but it can also be removable media such as CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and storage tapes. There are many different reasons why a system administrator may need to use data recovery tools.

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