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ScyllaDB, a drop-in replacement for Cassandra written by the designers of the KVM hypervisor, provides a tenfold performance increase by using C++ and GCC 5.1.
Powerful, Flexible, and Easy-to-use Backup and Recovery designed for Virtual and Physical Environments - Backup Exec™ 15
Backup Exec™ 15 delivers powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use backup and recovery that is designed for your entire infrastructure regardless of platform: virtual, physical or cloud....
Data center managers, read about three products that take different approaches to infrastructure data analysis and management.
When it's time to do a bit of system housekeeping, these apps will help you kick unwanted junk to the curb.
Rapid development of diverse computer architectures and hardware accelerators caused that designing parallel systems faces new problems resulting from their heterogeneity. The auth...
When determining whether WordPress has a place in your enterprise cloud environment, scale and management are key factors for your technical architects to consider.
Energy consumption of computer systems has increased at a steep rate in recent years. Following extensive energy-related research and practice in the hardware and OS communities, m...
The CIO is a difficult job to pull off, but don't make it even harder by making these mistakes. Here are 10 things to watch out for.
In this CIO profile, Yodle's Eric Raab talks about CIOs and company culture, and his passion for working at start-ups.
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