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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Why Virtualization Fragmentation Sucks

    Virtualization has moved into the mainstream of computing. Most businesses are no longer asking if they should deploy a virtualization solution; they are instead asking which vendors support the technologies they have already implemented. In many ways, this is a great new age for software vendors. With virtualization technology so...

    Provided By rPath

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Automating .NET Application Deployment and Configuration

    According to industry analysts, 70-80% of IT spending is operating expense, and half of it is attributed to application deployment and deployment-related tasks. This is particularly true for Microsoft Windows environments - which make up 74% of the data center server market - where complexity is at an all-time high,...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Achieving Visible Ops With Intelligent System Automation

    Modern IT is in crisis. Compounding growth in system scale, accelerated change, and the expectation for zero-latency responsiveness create the perfect storm - particularly with the added backdrop of contracting budgets and "Lean," do-more with-less mandates. This calls for improved IT processes and reliable automation, where the goal is massively...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Unified Automation for Software and Configuration: Achieving Speed, Control and Scalability in IT Operations

    Software systems and their associated configuration files are inextricably related system artifacts. Software changes often result in changes to configuration settings, and changes to configuration settings often drive changes in software. So, why are software systems and configuration settings managed separately, as if the were unrelated? Because, traditionally, tools and...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Constructing and Managing Appliances for Cloud Deployments From Repositories of Reusable Components

    In order to efficiently utilize Cloud Computing environments (more specifically, Infrastructure as a Service offerings), developers must be able to quickly incorporate their applications into integrated systems commonly called software appliances. This paper describes a system that can be used to construct and maintain software appliances called Conary. The core...

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  • Case Studies // Nov 2008

    Techout Partners With rPath and Amazon to Scale Its Monitoring Solution

    Techout.com, an internet performance engineering firm, helps companies achieve high availability, horizontal scalability and improved response times for mission-critical web-based business transactions and SOAP/REST Web Services. In the past, Techout.com outsourced virtual and physical instances of its Global Virtual Monitoring Appliance to multiple hosting vendors in order to replicate each...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Best Practices for Building Virtual Appliances

    The growing acceptance of virtualization technology is revolutionizing the way IT consumers deploy applications. A major part of this shift is being driven by software vendors who provide virtual appliances - an application integrated and packaged with Just enough Operating System (JeOS) that can be easily installed in a virtual...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Best Practices for Building Virtual Appliances

    The growing acceptance of virtualization technology is revolutionizing the way IT consumers deploy applications. A major part of this shift is being driven by software vendors who provide virtual appliances - an application integrated and packaged with Just enough Operating System (JeOS) that can be easily installed in a virtual...

    Provided By rPath

  • Case Studies // Nov 2008

    Techout Partners With rPath and Amazon to Scale Its Monitoring Solution

    Techout.com, an internet performance engineering firm, helps companies achieve high availability, horizontal scalability and improved response times for mission-critical web-based business transactions and SOAP/REST Web Services. In the past, Techout.com outsourced virtual and physical instances of its Global Virtual Monitoring Appliance to multiple hosting vendors in order to replicate each...

    Provided By rPath

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Why Virtualization Fragmentation Sucks

    Virtualization has moved into the mainstream of computing. Most businesses are no longer asking if they should deploy a virtualization solution; they are instead asking which vendors support the technologies they have already implemented. In many ways, this is a great new age for software vendors. With virtualization technology so...

    Provided By rPath

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Automating .NET Application Deployment and Configuration

    According to industry analysts, 70-80% of IT spending is operating expense, and half of it is attributed to application deployment and deployment-related tasks. This is particularly true for Microsoft Windows environments - which make up 74% of the data center server market - where complexity is at an all-time high,...

    Provided By rPath

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Unified Automation for Software and Configuration: Achieving Speed, Control and Scalability in IT Operations

    Software systems and their associated configuration files are inextricably related system artifacts. Software changes often result in changes to configuration settings, and changes to configuration settings often drive changes in software. So, why are software systems and configuration settings managed separately, as if the were unrelated? Because, traditionally, tools and...

    Provided By rPath

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Achieving Visible Ops With Intelligent System Automation

    Modern IT is in crisis. Compounding growth in system scale, accelerated change, and the expectation for zero-latency responsiveness create the perfect storm - particularly with the added backdrop of contracting budgets and "Lean," do-more with-less mandates. This calls for improved IT processes and reliable automation, where the goal is massively...

    Provided By rPath

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Constructing and Managing Appliances for Cloud Deployments From Repositories of Reusable Components

    In order to efficiently utilize Cloud Computing environments (more specifically, Infrastructure as a Service offerings), developers must be able to quickly incorporate their applications into integrated systems commonly called software appliances. This paper describes a system that can be used to construct and maintain software appliances called Conary. The core...

    Provided By rPath