September 2009 archive

UCS (Unified Computing System) Key Concepts

UCS (Unified Computing System) is Cisco’s first entry into the x86 server market. This paper provides insight into both the Cisco Data Centre 3.0 strategy, and UCS, which is a key enabler to DC 3.0.  It discusses products within the UCS range at a component level, such as blade and rack mount server offerings, and …

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VMware View Higher Levels of Availability

I have been working with VMware View since version 2.0, and I have to admit that VMware has made significant improvements on version 3.1. The Connection Broker availability has always been a point of discussion so VMware released a replica server mode. It works with ADAM  (Active Directory Application Mode) that is replicated to a …

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The Structure of the New IT Frontier: Cloud Computing

The people from the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering from The University of Melbourne has been doing an amazing job compiling a meaningful quick-reference document explaining Cloud Computing for newbie’s. The document answer question like “What is Cloud Computing and who are the teams playing in this space?” and deep also in service …

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