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Getting all fanatical about SDKs – for free
Social network gets edgy with its infrastructure
Cloud integrator waggles its new API tool
Tech CEO 101: Sales up, profits down, time to sharpen blade
CloudFront and Route 53 customers come to South Korea
It takes one to know one
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Podcast Podcast It's time for the weekly Speaking in Tech podcast, hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela - although Sarah is out and about yet again enjoying SXSW 2013. But the guys are joined by special guest Brian Gracely, vice-president of solutions at enterprise-grade cloud software maker Virtustream and co-host …
Atmos user Michael Roney identified some difficulties he was having with an Atmos array on an EMC community website, saying he wanted to do ordinary-seeming things but couldn't. EMC has responded, saying he is trying to do things that are rarely, if ever done.
Solr search engine means elephants don't need to chew big data cud
7500E mod box sports 100Gb/sec speeds and integrated optics on ports
Gearing up engineering and sales for a future hybrid world
Also whisks sheet off new software-defined networking toys
How far will the virtual ZFS fun scale?
Big-data elephant to pronk like a gazelle - or roar like a Chevy
Already on AWS (sort of), Azure, Rackspace, and HP Cloud
Swings to a loss in Q1 as R&D, sales, and marketing costs rise
Plonks FarmVille into farm land
Going Pro with VXLAN and NVGRE to stretch across Layer 3 nets
Interview Find out where Intel, AMD, ARM stand in GPU giant's roadmap
Adds Insight app nanny to Stream data siphoner
Sysadmin Blog How should we design the servers and end-user computers of the future?
There are rumors swirling around, again, that IBM is looking to sell off all or a portion of its x86 server business to Chinese PC maker and server partner Lenovo Group.
Batman and Robin. Peanut butter and chocolate. OpenStack and Hadoop. These are things that go together, with the latter pairing being something that commercial OpenStack distie Mirantis, commercial Hadoop distie Hortonworks, and commercial KVM and Linux distie (and soon to be OpenStack commercializer) Red Hat are putting together under a new OpenStack effort dubbed Project Savanna.
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