December 20, 2014, 5:10 am GMT  

21 item(s) containing the term "systems"

Cisco UCS Delivers the highest TPC-H result for non-clustered systems at the 1000-GB scale factor with Microsoft SQL Server

— The Cisco UCS® C460 M4 Rack Server  continues its tradition of Industry leadership with the new announcement of the best non-clustered TPC-H benchmark result at the [...]
Dec 19 07:19:10 pm GMT / Data Center Networks»

Increase MSP Margins: Develop New Remote Services with GSX Solutions

— We created GSX Monitor & Analyzer to help IT administrators ensure that they are utilizing resources and delivering the best end-user experience possible in these complex environments. As experienced email and messaging systems administrators, we found that there was a profound lack of proactive server monitoring tools...
Dec 19 03:45:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

How NASA launched its web infrastructure into the cloud

— Among U.S. government agencies, the adoption of cloud computing hasn’t been moving full steam ahead, to say the least. Even though 2011 saw the Obama administration unveil the cloud-first initiative that called for government agencies to update their old legacy IT systems to the cloud, it […] How NASA launche...
Dec 19 01:00:17 pm GMT / GigaOM Cloud Computing»

'Playing the Big Hunch' By @EmulationFAN | @CloudExpo [#Cloud]

— For many of us in the enterprise software industry, modernizing IT while maintaining legacy systems is a tightrope walk where it pays to look ahead, stay balanced, and be nimble. As 2014 races to a close, those of us focused on terminal emulation software solutions have a responsibility to look ahead and prepare for w...
Dec 19 12:15:00 am GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

The Big Problem is Medium Data

— This is a guest post by Matt Hunt, who leads open source projects for Bloomberg LP R&D.  “Big Data” systems continue to attract substantial funding, attention, and excitement. As with many new technologies, they are neither a panacea, nor even a good fit for many common uses. Yet th...
Dec 17 04:56:44 pm GMT / High Scalability - Building bigger, faster, more reliable websites.»

Netflix denies accusation that it messed with ISPs’ caching systems

— Netflix also says it didn't create a "fast lane" at others' expense.
Dec 11 10:10:41 pm GMT / Uptime»

Dell PowerEdge VRTX through the eyes of the customer

— Ed. note: this post was authored by Charlie Rice, Information Systems Analyst, Trico Corporation For more than 90 years, Trico Corporation has provided our customers lubrication management solutions focusing on industrial equipment performance and reliability. We’ve done this by combining high-performance, globa...
Dec 10 07:00:00 pm GMT / Inside Enterprise IT»

Cisco patent fight to be heard by Supreme Court

— The Supreme Court is taking up a patent infringement dispute between computer networking giant Cisco Systems and rival Commil.
Dec 05 11:54:09 pm GMT / Cisco»

We're all on Windows 7... Now what?

— It's been six months since Windows XP expired, and even though there are a few XP systems floating around here and there, it's safe to say that, in general, our Windows 7 migrations are done. (Can you believe that Windows 7 has been around for more than...(read more)
Nov 10 05:35:00 am GMT / Brian Madden»

What Role Will VARs Play In A Future Of Networked Hybrid Clouds?

— With the recent introduction of more comprehensive partner networked ecosystems such as the VMware vCloud Air Network and the Microsoft Cloud OS Network, the value that a VAR traditionally brings to a customer wedded to their on-premise solutions has changed significantly. VARs must look to align more closely with mana...
Sep 30 03:00:00 pm GMT / Rackspace Cloud Computing & Hosting»

Bash Security Vulnerability Patch Instructions

— A new major security vulnerability impacting Linux customers who leverage Bash as their shell was announced yesterday. GoGrid strongly recommends customers exposed to this vulnerability apply the appropriate security patch as soon as possible. Below are instructions for patching your systems: For Debian, run the follo...
Sep 25 06:52:08 pm GMT / GoGrid Blog»

Microsoft, Others Partner on Fuel Cell Research with $5 Million Awarded by ARPA-E

— Cross-posted from the Microsoft Green Blog Josh Henretig, Director, World Wide Environmental Sustainability Microsoft is once again partnering with others to further fuel cell innovations, with the goal of developing a very efficient, low-cost fuel cell system. Microsoft, Redox Power Systems LLC, the University o...
Jun 24 10:42:00 pm GMT / ms datacenters»

Air Traffic Control System Failure & Complex System Testing

— It’s difficult to adequately test complex systems. But what’s really difficult is keeping a system adequately tested. Creating systems that do what they are designed to do is hard but, even with the complexity of these systems, many life critical systems have the engineering and production testing investment behin...
May 14 01:05:57 am GMT / Perspectives»

UK radio consultancy creates Senaptic, a systems integrator for IoT

— As the internet of things heats up, so do the number of businesses hoping to claim a piece of the pie. Senaptics has launched to help municipalities connect their cities. UK radio consultancy creates Senaptic, a systems integrator for IoT originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading&...
Apr 03 02:51:26 pm GMT / GigaOM Cisco»

Updated Lampson's Hints for Computer Systems Design

— This year I have not been able to publish many back-to-basics readings, so I will not close the year with a recap of those. Instead I have a video of a wonderful presentation by Butler Lampson where he talks about the learnings of the past decades that helped him to update his excellent 1983 "Hints for computer system ...
Dec 23 08:00:00 pm GMT / All Things Distributed»

Back-to-Basics Weekend Reading - U-Net: A User-Level Network Interface

— Many of you know Thorsten von Eicken as the founder of Rightscale, the company that has helped numerous organizations find their way onto AWS. In what seems almost a previous life by now Thorsten was one of the top young professors in Distributed Systems and I had the great pleasure of working with him at Cornell in ...
Oct 25 11:00:00 am GMT / All Things Distributed»

Observations on Errors, Corrections, & Trust of Dependent Systems

— Every couple of weeks I get questions along the lines of “should I checksum application files, given that the disk already has error correction?” or “given that TCP/IP has error correction on every communications packet, why do I need to have application level network error detection?” Another frequent quest...
Feb 26 06:48:54 pm GMT / Perspectives»

when architects worship the model and methodology

— In the last 4 years of IT architecture,  I’ve seen a movement to promote modeling and taxonomy discipline into the profession.    This has promoted consistency where more and more IT architects can model systems with less confusion...(read more)
Apr 29 05:36:39 pm GMT / Thoughts from the raised floor. Lewis Curtis Blog site»

Silicon Architecture will change the way we work

— I've been exposed recently to some incredible developments in the silicon world. Some that I cannot mention. However, I do want to share with you an opinion about how this world will impact our world. Over the years, servers, storage and network systems...(read more)
Feb 26 09:10:00 pm GMT / Thoughts from the raised floor. Lewis Curtis Blog site»

Remote Desktop Manager - Expert RDM10 Review - Daniel Bizon

— As you may know, we asked to our Devolutions Expert Team, to share their first impressions of RDM 10, so we could feature them in our blog. Last week, we presented you Brendan Thompson's review, an IT expert and CEO of BT Systems in Brisbane, Australia....
Jan 01 12:00:00 am GMT / All DABCC Virtualization & Cloud Computing: Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft Resources - RSS»