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Come See the Softer Side of Linux?
Three hardware manufacturers, trying to upgrade the scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in

linux hardware  scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in New York. VA Linux Systems: VA Cluster Manager VA Linux Systems (Sunnyvale, Calif.) demonstrated its VA Cluster Manager (VACM), pronounced vacuum by its development team. VACM, which will go into its beta test phase this week, is expected to become generally available sometime in the second quarter. VACM can be used either for managing large clusters of Linux servers or for general-purpose, remote Read More...

Cobalt Releases Linux
Cobalt Networks, Inc. becomes the latest vendor to jump on the Linux-cluster bandwagon, but does the software they’re touting really qualify as a cluster?

linux hardware  Clustering Software Cobalt Releases Linux Clustering Software R. Krause - June 28, 2000 Event Summary In May Cobalt Networks Inc., a provider of server appliances, announced Cobalt StaQware, a high availability clustering solution that ensures the uptime of business critical Web sites and applications. StaQware, which runs on Cobalt's RaQ 3i server appliances, offers 99.99 percent availability and requires no customization or modification to applications. [Source: Cobalt press release] Business Read More...
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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

linux hardware  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...
Dell Sharpens Its Linux Focus
Building on its current Linux position, Dell will start shipping Linux-based systems that use file management software from developer Eazel.

linux hardware  Focus Dell Sharpens Its Linux Focus R. Krause - December 18, 2000 Event Summary [Source: CNET] November 30, 2000 - Dell Computer has announced a deal with Eazel , a developer of Linux-based software. Eazel's primary product is Nautilus , its file management software which runs on the GNOME desktop, which, along with KDE , is one of the two main desktops (user interfaces) used with Linux. Some of the terms have not been disclosed, but they appear to include pre-loading of Nautilus on Dell's Read More...
Netpliance Responds Quickly to Hardware Hack
Off to a rough and tumble start, Netpliance's stock fell 18% by its third day of trading due to a security exploit. However, don't expect the rough start to

linux hardware  the i-Opener into a Linux PC for about $200 of extra hardware. Market Impact Upon report of the exploit, Netpliance's stock dropped $4.00 a share as it became apparent that the incredibly low-priced device could be used without using the i-Opener Internet service at all. Should shareholders be concerned about this exploit? In the long-term, this won't affect Netpliance's market cap, even if it did create a rough and tumble beginning for the new service provider. All Netpliance has to do is strengthen Read More...
SaberLogic
Formed in 2002, SaberLogic LLC provides Linux and IT consulting, Crystal Reports development, and custom programming services. The company's corporate

linux hardware  2002, SaberLogic LLC provides Linux and IT consulting, Crystal Reports development, and custom programming services. The company's corporate culture is centered on providing technology agnostic services to its clients. SaberLogic serves its North American clientele from its headquarters in Ohio, USA. Read More...
Red Hat Releases Clustering Software
Red Hat is the latest of the Linux distributors to provide its own version of clustering software.

linux hardware  does not control the Linux market the way Microsoft controls the Windows market). High Availability Server (HAS) offers most of the traditional clustering features: scalability, dynamic load balancing, failover. Red Hat claims that HAS will support as many nodes as a user's hardware and network can handle. This is in contrast to some other Linux clustering solutions, which range from two nodes (Cobalt's StaqWare [ref. TEC NA Cobalt Releases Linux Clustering Software ]) to 25+ nodes (TurboLinux's 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 hardware  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...
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Does Microsoft Have Something Against 64-Bit Processors?
More cracks appear in the Wintel duolith, as Linux appears to be the first OS “ready for prime time” on Intel’s 64-bit “Itanium” processor. Despite Microsoft’s

linux hardware  may want to install Linux on their current Intel-based hardware, to ensure that they feel comfortable with it beforehand. Potential users may also want to speak with someone who already uses Linux-on-Alpha, to see if there are significant/sufficient performance gains. (Bear in mind that this is not an apples-to-apples comparison.) The theoretical performance gains to be had from the move to 64-bit hardware (including Alpha) are large, but only if the application is also 64-bit. Digital/Compaq learned the Read More...
Intel Invests in eSoft -
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

linux hardware  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...
Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms
Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services

linux hardware  Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services you use for Windows. How can this be done, without intrusive reconfiguration of your existing systems, while still providing the necessary granular administrative control? Learn how to leverage a centralized identity management tool leveraged with Active Directory. 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

linux hardware  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...

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