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Intel Server Trends
The Intel-based server market is one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. What are the key trends in this market, and what will they mean to

server hardware  statements to come from server vendors in 1999 were merely We will support Linux on some/all of our models , without any commitment to factory-install it.) Vendors will need to intensify their commitment to Linux, at least for the short term. We believe Linux will not go away in the next 1-2 years, so vendors should make the most of it, or cede that market to Dell and whomever else is willing to commit to Linux. Most hardware vendors have formed relationships with at least one or two Linux distributors. Read More
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Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
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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

server 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
Intel Small Server Market
Who are the key players in the market segment of Intel small servers? What are the strengths and weaknesses of each, and when is one more appropriate than

server hardware  years old. Although the server market is less energetic than the desktop market, this is still a long time. Even the LPr is 18 months old - when it first appeared, it had a groundbreaking feature set, but now it is getting to be just one of the crowd. Marketing/Website Issues Normally we wouldn't comment on this, but: HP's marketing people need to be more attentive to the image the NetServer section of the website presents. We don't know if it's the take-no-prisoners marketing hyperbole, or if it's Read More
Top 10 Considerations for Choosing a Server Virtualization Technology
The playing field for server virtualization has become much more crowded over the last few years. It can be very time-consuming to digest each vendor’s

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IBM Server Line Redrawn
IBM has continued its renaming binge, moving from PCs to servers.

server hardware  Server Line Redrawn IBM Server Line Redrawn R. Krause - October 20, 2000 Event Summary [Source: IBM press release] Oct. 3, 2000 - IBM announced its new server product line, the IBM eServer. IBM's existing server and mainframe product lines (previously known as S/390, RS/6000, AS/400, and Netfinity) will now carry the eServer name and logo, starting with the first shipments, expected sometime this quarter. In addition to the renaming, IBM has announced new features, including: Capacity upgrade on demand Read More
The Next Big Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 1: Background and Evolving Problem
Software Technology evolves in phases. The fundamental assumptions of the current era change dramatically, rendering existing solutions inadequate. This creates

server hardware  Thing or Integration-The Interaction Server Part 1: Background and Evolving Problem The Evolution of Software Technology Like all life forms, Software Technology evolves in phases. Each new phase, or era, begins when the fundamental assumptions of the current era change dramatically, rendering existing solutions inadequate. This creates an inflection point , where new assumptions are the catalyst for innovation, and new solutions are the end result. From file systems to databases, from dumb terminals Read More
Security Auditing In Microsoft SQL Server
As digital information has become more and more critical to businesses, firewalls—which once served as the walls of the fortress, have now become an archaic

server hardware  Auditing In Microsoft SQL Server As digital information has become more and more critical to businesses, firewalls—which once served as the walls of the fortress, have now become an archaic means of defense. Thus, as threats evolve, responses must change as well. Rather than focusing protection solely on perimeter security, it is imperative to look at protecting data at the source—inside the database. Read More
The Application Server War Escalates
At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the

server hardware  Application Server War Escalates The Application Server War Escalates M. Reed - June 25, 2001 Event Summary At JavaOne in San Francisco, a battle ensued between BEA Systems CEO Bill Coleman, and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison. In a truly ugly display of how contentious the application server market has become, they argued over whose product was better, faster, cheaper. The keynote was so rife with charges and countercharges that they had to hold an after-keynote press conference to explain themselves. BEA is Read More
The Advantages of Enabling Order Execution in Hardware
The increasing volume of orders, pervasiveness of algorithmic trading systems and customer demand for lower latency are outpacing the capabilities of the

server hardware  of the software- and server-based systems sell-side firms use to do process trades in financial markets globally. This is causing many of these firms to experience lower trading performance, dissatisfied customers and high operational complexity and costs. This white paper looks at the disadvantages of traditional approaches to achieving the guaranteed messaging requirements of order execution and explains the benefits of solutions that perform message routing entirely in hardware. Read More
Workload Automation: The Key to Managing Windows Server Sprawl
Many companies use data centers running processes across multiple Windows servers using built-in schedulers instead of automating nightly batch streams on a

server hardware  Key to Managing Windows Server Sprawl Many companies use data centers running processes across multiple Windows servers using built-in schedulers instead of automating nightly batch streams on a mainframe. Simple schedulers work well on individual servers with only a handful of tasks, but scheduling becomes more difficult once you include dependencies, such as incoming files, the behavior of other applications, or the completion of business processes on other servers. Workload automation using a job Read More
IBM Netfinity Server Division
IBM’s Intel-based Netfinity servers currently hold third place in the server wars with Dell and Compaq. What are their chances for improving their position?

server hardware  third position. The Netfinity server product line is IBM's version of the Intel-based server. IBM as a whole derives its revenues from a variety of sources, but the key areas are hardware (43%), services (35%), and software (15%). Vendor Strategy and Trajectory: Traditionally, IBM's strategy has been to be a one-stop shop for all a customer's computing needs. In addition to a multitude of computing products of all flavors, IBM has earned a reputation for having a superior customer service organization. Read More
Scalable NAS and SAN Storage Systems Using Melio Cluster File System With Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2
Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 is frequently deployed in small or midsize applications. And while many customers view it as an excellent small network

server hardware  With Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 is frequently deployed in small or midsize applications. And while many customers view it as an excellent small network-attached storage (NAS) solution, they often move to larger, proprietary file server appliances when their needs expand beyond its capacity. This approach, however, adds more expense and complexity. But with Sanbolic’s Melio Cluster, capacity can be added as needed. Read More
Real-time Performance: SAP Business Suite Running on SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise
A database platform built with real-time requirements in mind can help your company improve overall data management capabilities and achieve efficiencies in

server hardware  on SAP Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise A database platform built with real-time requirements in mind can help your company improve overall data management capabilities and achieve efficiencies in application cost, responsiveness, and reliability while setting the stage for future growth. This paper presents a compelling case for choosing an optimized relational database management system (RDBMS) for your transactional applications, and discusses how to quickly migrate to a new database with minimal Read More
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