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High Availability for SAP HANA in Public Clouds

Red Hat
For organizations running production applications, it is essential to provide 99.999% uptime for their mission critical applications and deploy their applications in a highly available configuration so that services are accessible at all times. This translates to accounting for all services within the application stack including storage, networking, and each service required to keep the […]

VMware Enables Communications Service Providers to Chart Their Course to 5G

VMware
VMware Helps Customers Modernize, Transform, and Grow their Businesses Expanding Portfolio Opens New Revenue Streams and Industry Opportunities, Lowers Costs, and Improves Customer Satisfaction At Mobile World Congress 2018, VMware, Inc. (NYSE:VMW) showcased how the company’s portfolio of offerings are helping communications service providers (CSPs) prepare for the imminent 5G world, where the ability to quickly build and launch […]

Achieving Open Source Security in Container Environments

NeuVector
Today, open source components are at the heart of most modern applications, transforming how we architect solutions in every industry. Black Duck’s 2017 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis of over 1000 commercial applications revealed that 96% of applications scanned utilized open source. Meanwhile, more than 60% of those applications contained known security vulnerabilities in their open […]

Red Hat Virtualization, Meltdown, and Spectre

Red Hat
In the last several weeks, many of you have likely heard about the new security threat that involves the ability to exploit common features of modern CPUs. These attacks, known as “Meltdown” and “Spectre” can impact both bare metal and virtual servers. Red Hat Virtualization has added the “IBRS Family” of CPUs to the supported […]

VMware: Why We’re Celebrating 20 Years of Open Source

VMware
Didn’t we just celebrate 26 years of Linux? How can open source be only 20? The 20th anniversary marks the moment when the term “open source” entered our lexicon. In February of 1998, a group of developers came together to describe their ideals for software development, or more precisely, to create a name for the […]

Cisco Container Platform – Kubernetes for the Enterprise

Cisco
Developed by Google to shepherd their in-house container clusters, Kubernetes has been vying for the attention and adoption of cloud architects. For the past several years, Docker Swarm, Mesos and Kubernetes have engaged in the duel to bring orchestration nirvana to containerized applications. While there are other participants in the fray and while Mesos has […]

Red Hat: My journey from BASIC to Linux

Red Hat
I think of computing today as being the convergence of at least three major threads that were once largely apart from each other. There were the proprietary hardware and software stacks: mainframes and their minicomputer counterparts. There was the proto-Internet and Unix, proprietary in their own way but leading to Linux and open source. And […]

Ensure container monitoring and control via smart tooling

FSLogix
Open source Kubernetes technology — and the many commercial variations thereof — introduces capabilities such as container monitoring; the ability to restart ones that are misbehaving in small ways and to shut down and replace ones that are misbehaving badly; and methods to make the containers available to other containers and users in a clear […]

The Express Route to a hybrid Azure platform

FSLogix
Cloud computing is promising much – but is failing in many areas as users get to grips with some of its more complex areas.  An example here is when organisations start to look at how best to use multiple cloud platforms across a private and public environment – what is known as a ‘hybrid cloud’. […]

Bromium Now Provides Application Isolation for Citrix XenServer 7.3

Bromium
Bromium now supports Citrix XenServer 7.3 nested virtualization with superior performance. Use application isolation to stop common attack vectors that layered defenses miss. Real-time, high-fidelity alerts trigger the Bromium Sensor Network to provide extended protection. XenServer is an open source platform for cost-effective application, desktop, cloud, and server virtual infrastructures. When Bromium is used for […]

Microsoft Video: SQL Server 2017 on Linux | #1 in price and performance—with massive scale

Microsoft
Signup for the webcast now: https://info.microsoft.com/sql-server-2017-on-linux-webinar-series.html?wt.mc_id=AID627568_QSG_SCL_216719 Learn how you can get record breaking performance with SQL Server on Linux. SQL Server consistently leads in the TPC-E OLTP workload, the TPC-H data warehousing workload, and real-world application performance benchmarks. Presented by Bob Ward, Microsoft; Nicholas Gerasimatos, Red Hat; Wendy Harms, HPE This video is from the […]

Microsoft Video: SQL Server 2017 on Linux | Providing Industry leading security

Microsoft
Signup for the webcast: https://info.microsoft.com/sql-server-2017-on-linux-webinar-series.html?wt.mc_id=AID627568_QSG_SCL_216718 Learn how Security innovations in SQL Server 2017 help secure data for mission-critical workloads with a layers of protection, adding Always Encrypted technology along with row-level security, dynamic data masking, transparent data encryption (TDE), and robust auditing. Presented by Joachim Hammer, Microsoft; Ken LeTourneau, Intel; Nicholas Gerasimatos, Red Hat This […]

Microsoft PowerShell Core 6.0: Generally Available (GA) and Supported!

Microsoft
PowerShell Core 6.0 is a new edition of PowerShell that is cross-platform (Windows, macOS, and Linux), open-source, and built for heterogeneous environments and the hybrid cloud. First and foremost, thank you to all of our amazing community, especially our open-source contributors (the most recent of which you can find on our community dashboard at https://aka.ms/PSGitHubBI) […]

Xen Project Spectre/Meltdown FAQ

The Xen Project
Google’s Project Zero announced several information leak vulnerabilities affecting all modern superscalar processors. Details can be found on their blog, and in the Xen Project Advisory 254. To help our users understand the impact and our next steps forward, we put together the following FAQ. Note that we will update the FAQ as new information […]

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