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IPHost Network Monitor Free Edition

IPHost Network Monitor is a freeware network and server monitoring software. The free version allows monitoring of websites and intranet...

October 21, 2014 by IPHostMonitor

IPHost Network Monitor

IPHost Network Monitor is a stable distributed network and server monitoring software. This tool allows monitoring of websites and...

October 2, 2014 by IPHostMonitor

AppZero's Virtual Application Appliances cloud computing simplified

AppZero, formally Trigence, demonstrated a different approach to allowing organizations to take advantage of the computing resources made available by hosting suppliers at Demo 09. Rather than taking the approach that is typically proposed by the suppliers of virtual machine technology, AppZero's approach is to encapsulate applications rather than complete desktop or server environments.

March 2, 2009 by

Process Lasso Server Edition (64-bit)

Process Lasso Server Edition (64-bit) applies user configured rules to running processes to temporarily restrain out-of-control processes,...

August 11, 2013 by Bitsum

Windows Small Business Server 2008

This is an impressive update to Microsoft's Small Business Server that packs a big punch. However, it may be overkill for a lot of companies and isn't quite as easy to manage as it first appears.

November 12, 2008 by

Microsoft PDC attendees get 'the goods'

Microsoft provided attendees of its Professional Developer Conference this week with a 160 GB drive full of bits and resources. The Windows 7 M3 pre-beta build and Windows Server 2008 R2 M3 pre-beta are on the drives. What else is on there?

October 29, 2008 by

Thought leadership grows around advancing 'WOA plus SOA' as enterprise-cloud duo

Cloud providers and mainstay enterprise software vendors could make sweeter WOA plus SOA music together. They may not have a choice. If Microsoft acquires Yahoo!, there will be a huge push for Microsoft Oriented Architecture that will double-down on "software plus services." And MSFT combined with Yahoo would have an awful lot in place to work from -- from the device and PC client, to the server farm, business applications, developer tools and communities, and ramp-up of global cloud/content/user metadata resources. I think Microsoft already understands the power of WOA plus SOA.

April 17, 2008 by

BriefingsDirect SOA Insights analysts on virtualization trends and role of IT operations efficiency for SOA

When you really embrace SOA, you're going to wind up with more moving parts for a given solution. And in doing so, you could create this management challenge of how to allocate resources for each of these individual services that have their own life cycle. There's a natural potential to move towards server virtualization to do that, so you can get your arms around that whole management concept. Where I've been disappointed in the management space, however, was that we really haven’t seen anything from the large systems management vendors to start tackling this problem.

October 17, 2007 by

AMD doubters persist; Are they right this time?

With AMD's launch of its latest greatest Opteron server chip--formerly codenamed Barcelona--one of the biggest questions is whether lightning can strike twice.The first lightning strike came when AMD (all resources) launched the Athlon line and became a legitimate desktop player.

September 13, 2007

XenSource Annouces XenEnterprise V4

XenSource announced XenEnterprise V4 on August 13th. Here's a quick review of the announcement highlights:A quick scan of the XenSource announcement reveals that XenEnterprise v4 offers the following new features:XenMotion and Server Resource Pools: Multiple physical systems may be combined into a pool of virtual resources.

August 12, 2007 by

eWeek Biz Bytes: The Absurd Crackdown on Free Internet Services

Dan Briody comments on an article in theWall Street Journal discussing companies which ban public communicationservices:I'm not going to argue that these technologiesare often used for personal reasons. They are. But so are phones, and e-mail,and water coolers, and bathrooms. And they do come in handy. Instant messagingis a far quicker way to communicate than e-mail. Personal Web e-mail accountsare great backups for corporate server outages. And any company that'snot looking hard at switching their entire telecommunications system overto the IP network is already behind the game. Bandwidth concerns? Please.Within 10 years every piece of business communication will be running throughthe IP network.Now what's the technology direction forbathrooms and water coolers? On the other hand, perhaps the reason some of the companies mentioned havelocked up public communication services is that they have business-qualityproducts deployed or in plan, and are going to use enterprise connectionslike those in the new Sametime 7.5 to manage the connectivity for theirenterprise. Still, I think open and available is the way to go.  I really appreciatethat IBM acknowledges that some personal use of corporate resources isbound to happen, and not to make us punch codes into the copier/FAX touse it, not to block eddiebauer.com, and not to turn off ports for AOL/Skypeetc. Link: eWeekBiz Bytes: The Absurd Crackdown on Free Internet Services> (Thanks, boss)

April 5, 2006 by

Virtual servers to generate $15 bln by 2009

Virtual servers translate to real dollars as spending around virtualization activities will balloon to nearly $15 bln worldwide by 2009. According to IDC, a disruptive change is at hand as customers rapidly adopt virtualized servers - partitioning of smaller 2-4 way x86 systems using software developed specifically for the volume server space - in an attempt to contain costs, leverage existing IT resources, and seamlessly handle growing workloads.

October 18, 2005 by

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