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Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series outlined the problem that, as the number of systems, applications, databases, and whatnot platforms increases, the IT business

linux hardware auditing  that have over 90 Linux servers and only a few Windows systems, still strongly support ActiveBatch as a key approach to integrating applications, databases, and platforms into coherent workflows. Panoply of Job Types and User Views As mentioned in Part 1 , ActiveBatch attempts to provide “Intelligent Automation” for its users with an approach that can minimize or eliminate scripting. Up through Release 6, the product has offered the following five types of jobs (by comparison, most of other

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Firewall Cowboyz Set the Stage to Free Innocent Convict


Cowboyz.com builds and sells affordable firewall appliances to small to medium sized businesses. When not deploying firewalls, this small-time firewall vendor gives something back by taking notice and assisting to restore justice to a falsely accused convict.

linux hardware auditing  typically needs. Based on Linux, the iWall supports NAT in three configurations, one to one addressing, one to many addressing, and many to many - range to range network addressing. The most requested network protocols, IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, and HTTPS all run on the iWall, as well as RFC compliant routing protocols: ICMP, ARP, and CIDR. You do not need to reboot the iWall after changing a rule, or adding a rule, and both user rules and network rules can be defined. The iWall has built-in site-to-site VPN Read More

Buyer’s Guide: Managed Hosting Services


Hosting a Web site in-house can be expensive, as it requires the necessary hardware and software and power and security precautions—not to mention the cost of bandwidth. To reduce costs and increase both security and performance, some companies are turning to “shared” solutions such as managed hosting and colocation. Before implementing one of these solutions, learn what your options are, and the questions to ask vendors.

linux hardware auditing  for both Red Hat Linux and Windows. Again, it is very important to understand your specific needs and to work with vendors to determine which package of services they offer and at what cost. Making an apples-to-apples comparison isn t easy, but the investment of time to match your company s needs and management desires with providers packages and prices can save you dollars in the short term and major headaches as your computing needs change. Most dedicated servers are packaged with a control panel, a Read More

Caldera eDesktop Edges Out Microsoft Windows 2000 in Functionality - Part II


TechnologyEvaluation.com has completed its analysis of the innate functionality of three desktop operating systems – Microsoft Windows 2000, Red Hat Linux 6.2, and Caldera OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4. The winner is Caldera.

linux hardware auditing  Professional   Red Hat Linux 6.2   Caldera OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4   Discussion of Functional Subcomponents - Part II This section discusses the functional subcomponents that deal with administration. For a discussion of functional subcomponents that deal with product development see Part I and for the User see Part III. Communications and Network Support Few systems exist in a vacuum. This subcriterion evaluates performance and support for the range of methods available for communications with remote Read More

Compaq to Offer Co-Branded iPAQ BlackBerry Wireless E-mail Solution


Expect Compaq to vigorously market the iPAQ Blackberry device line along with its messaging based hardware. This new strategic relationship will bode well for price conscious consumers due to increased production and therefore reduced costs, to meet the existing (and growing) demand for wireless messaging.

linux hardware auditing  to Offer Co-Branded iPAQ BlackBerry Wireless E-mail Solution Compaq to Offer Co-Branded iPAQ BlackBerry Wireless E-mail Solution P. Hayes - August 30, 2000 Event Summary Research In Motion Limited announced that it has expanded its relationship with Compaq Computer Corporation. Combining the wireless expertise of RIM with Compaq's leadership in the integration and support of enterprise messaging systems, the two companies have agreed to offer customers an end-to-end wireless e-mail solution that Read More

Choosing HBAs for Linux Environments


IT managers know that choosing the Linux host bus adapter (HBA) for their data center infrastructures can impact the reliability of their systems. That is why Linux-based servers are being deployed in many enterprises. You can use the reliability of QLogic storage area networks (SANs) to drive more value from your SAN investments—giving your IT managers increased reliability and scalability in a hardware portfolio.

linux hardware auditing  know that choosing the Linux host bus adapter (HBA) for their data center infrastructures can impact the reliability of their systems. That is why Linux-based servers are being deployed in many enterprises. You can use the reliability of QLogic storage area networks (SANs) to drive more value from your SAN investments—giving your IT managers increased reliability and scalability in a hardware portfolio. Read More

IBM Pushes Linux into Appliances


IBM Corp. on Monday said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux.

linux hardware auditing  Pushes Linux into Appliances Event Summary January 31, 2000 [Reuters] - IBM Corp said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux, in the latest move by the world's largest computer maker to make its products more flexible and easier to use on the Internet. IBM (NYSE: IBM), the computer maker that so far has made the broadest commitment to Linux, also said it would post instructions on its Web site for configuring Linux, and a forum for customers to share Read More

Security Auditing In Microsoft SQL Server


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Intel Invests in eSoft - "Lintel" Continues to Grow


Intel has invested in eSoft, a maker of Linux-based servers for small businesses, the chip giant's fourth Linux investment. Intel will help the company develop software for Linux servers designed to be used on the Internet.

linux hardware auditing  the chip giant's fourth Linux investment. The amount of the investment was not disclosed. Under a deal with Intel also announced today, Intel will help the company develop software for Linux servers designed to be used on the Internet. We are confident this support will enable eSoft to accelerate our future research, development and business expansion activities, eSoft Chief Executive Jeff Finn said in a statement. Intel's first Linux investment was in Red Hat, the leading seller of the Unix-like Read More

Technology Hardware Maintenance-Acquiring and Managing Cost Effective Service


Hardware maintenance can represent a significant information technology cost, but options for managing that cost exist. If you analyze hardware maintenance from an enterprise perspective, you will identify those options and ensure the cost-effective delivery of those services.

linux hardware auditing  Hardware Maintenance-Acquiring and Managing Cost Effective Service Introduction Who likes getting their car serviced? No one does, but the need for dependable transportation requires us to maintain our cars. A similar situation applies to maintaining a portfolio of technology hardware. The business depends on its reliability, so we must maintain it. This article focuses on how an organization acquires and manages that maintenance service cost-effectively. Identify the Enterprise Portfolio The fir Read More

Intel's "New Best Friend" for Web Appliances is Linux


Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating system, which many customers are concluding is ideal for simple Web-surfing machines.

linux hardware auditing  for Web Appliances is Linux Event Summary 1/5/2000 [WSJ Interactive Edition] - Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating system, which many customers are concluding is ideal for simple Web-surfing machines. According to Claude Leglise, vice president of Intel's architecture business group and head of its home products group, these appliances will be geared toward the home/consumer market, Read More

VA Linux Releases NAS Server


Trying to break into the growing Network-Attached Storage market, Linux-based hardware manufacturer VA Linux has announced the release of its 9205 NAS storage server appliance.

linux hardware auditing  Linux Releases NAS Server VA Linux Releases NAS Server R. Krause - September 26, 2000 Event Summary VA Linux Systems, Inc. recently introduced the VA Linux 9205 NAS system, a 2U (3.5-inch-high) storage appliance that leverages VA's expertise in Open Source software and high-density Linux systems engineering. The VA Linux 9205 NAS is VA's first network-attached storage (NAS) solution, complementing the company's product line, which is the industry's broadest selection of 1U and 2U rackmount Linux Read More

Bristol Technology Ships Win-to-Lin Migration Tool


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linux hardware auditing  license. Bristol's Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping Tuesday, enables developers to compile Microsoft Win32 API and Microsoft Foundation Class source code directly on Linux, and create native, desktop and server-based Linux applications, according to Bristol. As part of the package, Bristol is providing ports of the RogueWave Stingray Visual C++ components on Linux for use with Wind/U. Wind/U for Linux supports Red Hat Linux 6.1 and the Corel Linux distribution. Bristol also is offering Read More

IBM Jumps on the Linux Bandwagon with Both Feet, Sort Of


IBM is refocusing its corporate-wide Internet software efforts around Linux, creating a new Linux Group within the Enterprise Server Division.

linux hardware auditing  Market Impact This gives Linux another shot in the arm, as another major hardware vendor gets behind it. Fortress Microsoft is slowly getting chipped away, especially in the server arena. This announcement will help accelerate Linux's growth. After doubling its percentage of server shipments from 1998 to 1999, Linux is now looked on as a real player, not just a not-Microsoft alternative. Despite this growth, we do not believe Microsoft is in any great danger from this announcement alone. However, Read More