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Your Guide to OS Virtualization
Today’s information technology (IT) organizations are dealing with the consequences of exploding infrastructure complexity. At the root of the problem is

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Sage ERP and CRM Portfolio Update: Clarity at Last
Having developed an extraordinary customer experience (ECE) strategy—“Enrich, Connect, Grow”—Sage is firming up its enterprise resource planning (ERP) and

linux os reviews  and Microsoft Windows and Linux (both the Redhat and SuSE versions) as server operating systems (OSs). As previously mentioned , Sage ERP Accpac offers the best of both worlds when it comes to deployment. Companies can select either on-premise or on-demand software deployment (with traditional perpetual license or subscription pricing) options and, if necessary, move between these relatively easily, since both product instances are delivered from one source code. Hence, Sage's partners can also offer a Read More
Understand J2EE and .NET Environments Before You Choose
The Microsoft .NET versus J2EE platform argument often takes on the vehemence of a religious debate. Choosing one may amount to

linux os reviews  systems (e.g., Windows, UNIX, Linux, and even mainframe), but use a single language, Java. Based on the above perplexing facts, and given that neither platform has fully matured, many enterprises will consequently have to delve into both approaches for some time to come. Despite its head start in offering the framework to build Web services, Microsoft's task of luring the developer community into its camp—especially enterprise application developers—remains an uphill battle since many large organizati Read More
Server Platform Revitalization in the Enterprise Applications Space
The whole idea of enterprise application modernization is to renew existing software so that it can satisfy the need for integration and graphical presentation

linux os reviews  the Application Advantage for Linux initiative. Likewise, the Tools Innovation Program recognizes tools developed by IBM partners. Developers roadmap contains tools solutions, and there is up to 70 percent discount for co-advertising, qualified leads leveraging iSeries campaigns, and free technical reviews. Last but not least, the iSeries Innovation Program consists of redefining solutions based on ISV requirements; the ISV Advisory Board for the iSeries roadmap; various industry events and enablement; an Read More
Demand at the Fount of Open Source: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
As we witness the inexorable increase in demand for Free and open source software (FOSS), many organizations have yet to glean the FOSS fundamentals. This

linux os reviews  to Q3 2003. Specifically, Linux demand in Q3 2003 made up 9.5% of TEC's global total, while in Q3 2004 it made up 10.8%. The other OS leader, Unix, visibly decreased in demand, both as a trend for 2004 and in a comparison of Q3 2003 to Q3 2004. If one considers again that Linux was born in 1991, its share of the demand pool, which is now close to that of the venerable Unix, is impressive. Server operating system is one important area to track demand, another is database platform. In 2004, database Read More
What If They Shipped an OS and Nobody Came?
With six weeks remaining before the announced shipment date for Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system, there are but a few applications

linux os reviews  a limited opportunity for Linux vendors to continue the war of words (See TEC News Analysis article: OS SmackDown! ). If the dearth of apps lasts long enough - say, less than 500 by year-end - it will provide an opportunity for Linux vendors to get more applications certified on their OS, allowing them to make greater inroads. Although Microsoft is trying to put its best face on this report, it can not be happy about this. After a delay of more than a year delivering Windows NT 5.0 (a/k/a Windows Read More
Mandriva
Mandriva (formerly Mandrakesoft) offers its enterprise, government, and educational customers a set of GNU Linux and open source software, related services

linux os reviews  a set of GNU Linux and open source software, related services, and information technologies. In addition, Mandriva offers technologists committed to open software and courseware a trusted channel to offer their services. Mandriva has technologists in over twenty countries, and is listed on the Paris Euronext Marché Libre (Euroclear code :4477PA) and on the US OTC Market (Stock symbol MDKFF). Mandriva was created by Linux enthusiasts in November of 1998. The company is based in Paris, France, with Read More
Red Hat Plays 'Love You, Love You Not' with CPUs
Red Hat has announced the release of Alpha Deluxe, its version of Linux for computers based on Compaq’s Alpha CPU. At the same time, the company announced it

linux os reviews  Alpha Deluxe , its Linux version that will run on computers powered by Compaq Computer Corporation's Alpha processor. Compaq will pre-install Alpha Deluxe on its AlphaServer DS and ES lines, as well as its Alpha-based workstations. In addition to being customized for Alpha, it will utilize the GNOME interface, and will ship with 800 additional programs. Red Hat has also announced that it will no longer support Sun Microsystems ' Sparc processor, beginning with Version 7, Red Hat's most recent release Read More
Lotus Announces Upcoming Release of ASP Solution Pack
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 26, 1999 -- At ISPCON'99, IBM's Lotus Development Corp. today announced the ASP Solution Pack, a hosted applications offering that

linux os reviews  and AIX, support for Linux and AS/400 will be added after the initial release. The product is expected for release to manufacturing in the 2nd Quarter of 2000 (probability 70%). The product is targeted at small and mid-sized businesses, which make up the primary user base in the ASP arena. Lotus is the first of the big three to offer a lightweight, all-in-one groupware system designed specifically for ASPs. The ASP market is still in relative infancy, however it is raising quite a few eyebrows within the Read More
Better Together: Blades, Linux, and Insight Control
In today’s datacenter, management costs have eclipsed all others. Server management puts a huge strain on IT budgets and, as a result, solutions that reduce

linux os reviews  Together: Blades, Linux, and Insight Control In today’s datacenter, management costs have eclipsed all others. Server management puts a huge strain on IT budgets and, as a result, solutions that reduce costs by simplifying IT infrastructures and automating management processes are in high demand. Thankfully, a Linux-hosted management tool delivers automation for key management process—allowing your IT talent to focus on real-time business needs. Read More
At Least It Hasn’t Been Renamed Linux 2001
Linus Torvalds and the Linux community released another test version of the Linux 2.4 kernel in late May, 2000. New features are delaying this version which was

linux os reviews  Linux applications. User Recommendations Linux 2.4 will have enough features to satisfy most server requirements for an OS - unless you're running an IBM System 390 or a Sun E10000. ISV's know this, and we expect a slew of business applications to follow Linux 2.4 throughout 2001. 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 os reviews  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. 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 os reviews  Releases Linux 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 Read More
12 Steps to Enterprise Automation
Enterprise environments such as Windows, UNIX, and Linux often have timed or manual tasks that have to be monitored every time they run. Automating your job

linux os reviews  as Windows, UNIX, and Linux often have timed or manual tasks that have to be monitored every time they run. Automating your job schedule could be a cost-effective way to free up operators to perform more important tasks. Here are 12 areas that you should consider when seeking to automate job scheduling or upgrade your automation. 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 os reviews  to run Red Hat Linux or virtually any other OS including Solaris, and Windows NT. Because the Red Hat High Availability Server is an open source product, customers are free from expensive technology lock-in that often occurs with proprietary solutions. Market Impact Although other companies such as TurboLinux and Steeleye Technology have released Linux clustering software, Red Hat's entry into this space will change the scenario. With over 65% of Linux market share, Red Hat is presently the proverbial Read More

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