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How to Convert Your Hypervisor Into a Fast HCI Appliance

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The most common use of x86 Servers today is to run hypervisor software that enables the hardware to be shared by multiple virtual machine (VM) instances. This type of architecture has dramatically changed the economics for every business in a positive way for close to two decades. However, there have been some challenges when trying […]

Citrix: What the world needs now: Predictive DNS

Citrix Systems
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Domain Name System (or DNS) has rightfully been called the “linchpin of today’s internet”. While there have been many incremental improvements to DNS over the years, what was said in 1991, remains true today. DNS was originally invented to solve a particular set of problems that had exhibited themselves as the young Internet was starting […]

Citrix: Whither ADC?

Citrix Systems
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There are many changes underway in networking architectures, driven by increasing cloud adoption, the trend towards microservices based applications, and software eating the world. In this context, many people are uncertain about future of Application Delivery Controllers. Here is my view. The Load Balancing Era The internet grew at a dramatic pace by adopting simple, […]

Remote Desktop Manager 32-bit or 64-bit?

Devolutions
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Some questions in life are hard to answer, like: would you rather step on a piece of Lego barefoot every day for a week or get a single paper cut between your toes? (Don’t worry, there’s a cure.) Or in a battle between Deadpool and…actually, forget that. Deadpool would always win! But other questions are easy […]

Cyberattackers are Knocking; Secure the Front Door with BIOS Verification

Dell
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As Advanced Persistent Threats Rise, Dell’s BIOS Verification Approach Is the Secure Way Forward Everyone can relate to the experience of booting up a computer – hitting the power button, hearing the startup sound, and ultimately seeing the home screen appear. But even some tech professionals may not be aware of what’s happening under the […]

What is Garbage Collection in Java and Why is it Important?

eG Innovations
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For many, the world of Java is shrouded in mystery and endeavor. One such endeavor is garbage collection. There is many a viewpoint on garbage collection – whether it is good or bad, when is it needed, how often should it run, how to tune garbage collection operation, how to know when it is not […]

Top 10 Java Performance Problems

eG Innovations
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Java is one of the most popular technologies for application development. Tens of thousands of enterprise applications are powered by Java and millions of people use them daily. Java has been evolving over many decades and there are so many web frameworks, middleware, data access technologies and protocols built on Java. Compared to C, C++, […]

Microsoft Active Directory Documentation Script Update Version 2.19

Carl Webster
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I do a lot of Active Directory (AD) Health Checks for my employer, Choice Solutions. Every time I do an AD Health Check, I find something else I need to add to the various documentation scripts. For this current AD Health Check, I found out the customer was using a very large Security Event Log. Most […]

VMware vSphere  – Why checking NUMA Configuration is so important!

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Non-uniform memory access (NUMA) is a computer memory design used in multiprocessing, where the memory access time depends on the memory location relative to the processor. Under NUMA, a processor can access its own local memory faster than non-local memory (memory local to another processor or memory shared between processors). The benefits of NUMA are limited […]

Cisco: Workload protection is a full cycle. Tetration uniquely delivers on it all.

Cisco
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There’s always an inherent challenge between providing a secure infrastructure for your applications and delivering agility. How do you manage a complex web – where apps are dynamic and distributed across your own data center and the cloud – and keep security at the front of your priorities?Increasingly, organizations are saying goodbye to perimeter-based security […]

IGEL and Lakeside Software Take Workspace Analytics to the Next Level at HIMSS 2018

Douglas Brown
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Mutual channel partners like Coretek Services benefit from the ability to monitor digital performance within their clients’ EUC environments, optimize endpoints and drive end-user productivity   IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that it will be demonstrating the capabilities of the IGEL Thin Client assessment tool, powered […]

Virtual Machine vCPU and vNUMA Rightsizing – Rules of Thumb

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Using virtualization, we have all enjoyed the flexibility to quickly create virtual machines with various virtual CPU (vCPU) configurations for a diverse set of workloads.  But as we virtualize larger and more demanding workloads, like databases, on top of the latest generations of processors with up to 24 cores, special care must be taken in […]

Dell EMC’s Powerful New AMD EPYC-based Servers Are First with Certified vSAN Ready Nodes

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Good news for vSAN users: Dell EMC’s industry-leading, 14th generation PowerEdge servers, the bedrock of the modern data center, now include models with AMD EPYC processors available as vSAN Ready Nodes. This incredible pairing takes storage optimization and cost cutting to a whole new level—critical factors for companies eager to deploy emerging workloads: Software-defined storage […]

Gartner Provides Seven Steps Security Leaders Can Take to Deal With Spectre and Meltdown

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Security and Risk Management Leaders Need to Take a Balanced Approach to Tackling a New Class of Vulnerabilities Security and risk management leaders must take a pragmatic and risk-based approach to the ongoing threats posed by an entirely new class of vulnerabilities, according to Gartner, Inc. “Spectre” and “Meltdown” are the code names given to different […]

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