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Used IT equipment: Millennials push enterprises into the circular economy

The millennial generation is becoming a driving force behind the circular economy of used IT equipment.IT shops have typically bought used gear if they needed to replace old equipment and couldn't...

Looking at both sides of the data lake argument

Some see it as the new data warehouse for the Big Data era, while others see a mess that can easily turn into a swamp.

Xilinx partnerships with Samsung, Kameleon yield products

Xilinx may be in the middle of an acquisition by AMD, but the partnerships and deals continue.Most recently, Samsung and Xilinx have partnered to deliver the SmartSSD CSD flash drive, a...

How to sort ps output

The ps command is key to understanding what's running on your Linux system and the resources that each process is using. It's useful to know how to display the information that...

NetApp launches cloud-native storage solution for containers

After its purchase of cloud storage automation specialist Spot for $450 million this past June, NetApp is releasing its first new product under the brand. Called Spot Storage, it's a "storageless"...

BrandPost: SASE and the Peanut Butter Cup – A Fable

When asked “what is your favorite candy bar?” my response was simple: a peanut butter cup. Somehow, the combination of chocolate and peanut butter in the right proportion perfectly hits the...

With COVID-19 hanging on, migration to the cloud accelerates

With the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of abating, migration to the cloud is expected to accelerate as enterprises choose to let someone else worry about their server gear.In its global...

Palo Alto cloud service prevents distributed enterprise data loss

Palo Alto is rolling out a cloud service that promises to protect the highly distributed data in contemporary enterprises.The cloud service -- Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (DLP) – will help prevent...

IBM grows automation, data features for hybrid cloud control

IBM continued enhancing its core Cloud Pak hybrid cloud software offerings, this week bolstering automation and data features that will let customers simplify everything from software provisioning and patching, to data...

Highflying Nvidia widens its reach into enterprise data centers

Nvidia's plan to buy British chip powerhouse Arm Ltd. for a cool $40 billion is just the latest move in the company's evolution from a gaming chip maker to a game...

Tagging commands on Linux

Tags provide an easy way to associate strings that look like hash tags (e.g., #HOME) with commands that you run on the command line. Once a tag is established, you can...

Top metrics for effective multicloud management

When it comes to effectively managing a multicloud environment, there are a ton of network and application metrics that enterprise customers should be watching.Among enterprises, the trend is toward multicloud environments,...

What are data centers, and gow they are changing?

A data center is a physical facility that enterprises use to house their business-critical applications and information. As they evolve, it’s important to think long-term about how to maintain their reliability...

BrandPost: Keeping Complex SD-WAN Deployments Simple

The underlying technologies that support a cutting-edge enterprise telecom solution like software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) are indeed complex. But that doesn’t mean your deployment of the networking solution in itself has to...

What is an IP address? And what is your IP address?

Each packet crossing TCP/IP networks is homing in on an IP address that identifies the device that sent it but also conains information so it can be successfully routed where it...

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