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Wind River Hypervisor Rev'd for New Intel Chips

Wind River released a new version of its Linux-compatible embedded virtualization software for single and multi-core processors. Wind River Hypervisor 1.1 adds support for Intel Nehalem and Core i5/i7 processors, enables new inter-virtual machine communications, and debuts virtual board debugging v...
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The Long and Winding Road to Server Virtualisation

It’s all about Tetris and the price of fish Reader feedback  "Move along, nothing to see here," said Reg reader Joshua 1, a self-confessed "old timer on the virtualisation front," in response to the...
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Anyone Walking into a Datacenter Should Break a Sweat

That is part of a quote from a post on ECOINSITE of HP’...
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When Cacti Are Too Prickly

I'm a clock watcher. I'm a tachometer hound. I'm a speedometer freak. And, as cool as that might seem, more than anything, I love graphs.

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Five Great OEM Linux Servers

Linux has long been popular in the datacenter, and various Tier 1 vendors have extensive server product lines mostly based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or SUSE Enterprise Linux. There are more OEM options than ever; here is roundup of 5 distinctly different OEM Linux servers.

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Running Ubuntu on an Active Directory Network

One reason why some companies won't consider running a Linux desktop is that it's not easy to get them to work with Active Directory. Likewise and Canonical have an answer for that.
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