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In data centers, N+1 redundancy is used to express the idea that a system should be designed to withstand the loss of a component.
Docker containers are fast, easy to use and largely free. In terms of performance, they have even been called comparable to KVM. But that doesn't mean Docker containers are right for everyone.
Linux Containers have been around for a while, so how is that technology different from application containerization offered by companies like Docker?
VMware touts its hybrid cloud offering, vCloud Air, as a seamless way for administrators to move workloads from their vSphere infrastructure to the cloud when demand exceeds capacity.
At VMware's annual conference in San Francisco, the virtualization company announced a new hardware appliance and other offerings to further its goal to deliver its vision for a software-defined data center.
Despite its relative newness to the market, VMware's public cloud infrastructure offering could appeal to shops already using the company's vSphere server virtualization platform.
Months after releasing Azure RemoteApp Service, Microsoft remains quiet on licensing and pricing details. What does this mean for enterprise IT?
XenApp, ThinApp and App-V are very similar tools for application virtualization. Check out this buying guide to find out which one can meet your needs and work with your existing infrastructure.
Nonpersistent VDI sounds great in theory, but beneath the surface lay management and application compatibility nightmares. For these reasons, many shops look to persistent VDI, but new tools could make shared images easier to implement and manage.
George Lawton reviews what enterprise architects need to consider when developing and deploying NoSQL databases on AWS.
AWS offers GovCloud to government agencies, but a combination of the Simple Storage Service and Elastic Compute Cloud in the AWS public cloud proved suitable for the publication of federal records.
The AWS Data Pipeline streamlines data between AWS data stores, enabling admins to define, schedule and debug workflows in the AWS cloud.
There's a lot of hype about continuous deployment in DevOps circles, but it can be disastrous if the right culture and organization aren't in place.
GPUs offload the burden of demanding computational tasks from central processors. Integrate GPU into enterprise servers to manage intense computing.
It's time to knock down those silos, one by one. IT is transforming from a siloed set of reactive cost centers into a service provider with a focus on helping the business compete.
Most IT admins use System Center to monitor Windows devices, but through scripting and management packs, it can also monitor and triage Linux servers.
While an Internet Explorer patch is the only critical one to fix a zero-day bug, server admins should focus on an ASP.NET fix.
Hyper-V underwent a number of changes in the latest iteration of Windows Server to make it a worthy hypervisor contender; take a closer look here.
Amy Reichert discusses how to overcome concerns of managing public APIs.
Executives can't think of a mobile worker as simply one who doesn't sit in a cube. Rather, empowerment commences by assessing employee needs.
In this Q&A, Glenfield Digital Group Managing Director Richard Sojka describes lessons learned about hybrid development and software projects.
Marketing automation can alienate or anger customers if data is poorly integrated between marketing automation systems and other tools, such as CRM software.
Marketing and sales departments need a consistent way to share knowledge, so marketing automation and CRM systems need to enable knowledge exchange.
Companies need to stop viewing CRM systems as just a place to house transactions.