Category Server Management

OpenStack

The OpenStack cloud framework offers a very useful platform for hybrid and private cloud computing, which probably either wouldn’t exist, or at the very least would be quite different, if Linux hadn’t been involved. Linux offers the kind of flexibility…

Oracle VM Server

If you’re using Oracle applications in an x86 environment, you might want to think about deploying Oracle VM Server for your virtualization duties. There is tight integration and certifications requirements around the operation of Oracle products so it is easy…

Plesk

Plesk is one of the most popular paid-for hosting platforms both in the United Stated and in Europe, where it is the strongest in the market. There are different editions of Plesk and Plesk supports both Windows and numerous Linux…

PowerVM

Both IBM and Oracle are popular vendors for enterprise applications and just like with Oracle IBM’s virtualization solution is a good fit for IBM applications. So, if you use technology such as IBM Linux or AIX, or run applications on…

Proxmox VE

For Linux environments sysadmins could consider Proxmox VE as a good alternative to Red Hat, in large part because it is relatively cheap compared to Red Hat solutions. At the moment it looks like Proxmox is quite popular in some…

RAID

RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, and it’s great for backup purposes. The word ‘redundant’ comes from the fact that the same information is written to more than one hard disk, so if an active disk fails then…

Red Hat Virtualization

VMware is very popular for server virtualization, but in Linux environments Red Hat Virtualization provides strong competition – in part because Red Hat is much cheaper but also because some people find that Red Hat is easier to manage compared…

Server Redundancy

As a term, server redundancy is used in relation to backup, failover, or redundant servers within a computing environment — specifically, the amount of them and their intensity. This defines a computing infrastructure’s capabilities for providing extra servers that might…

Server Virtualization Software

Server virtualization has been around for a while – it become prominent in the early 2000s and was arguably pioneered by VMware. Companies quickly started using virtualization broadly because it rapidly became apparent how virtualization can help companies to consolidated…

SolusIO

SolusIO offers virtual infrastructure management and facilitates virtual private servers and Cloud management for ISPs and enterprises. SolusIO boasts a simple application programming interface, fast virtual machines, and a user-friendly self-service control panel that allows customers to get the most…
Search
Generic filters
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in excerpt