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Virtualization snags a spot near the internet of things

Virtual machines can now run on the edge, near the things at the center of the internet of things, making use of multiple applications outside the data center.


Simplify Linux server management with Btrfs snapshots

Learn how to use Btrfs snapshots with Linux utilities, such as Snapper and GRUB2, to revert back to previous states in the event of a configuration mishap.


Handling a noisy neighbor in colocation vs. cloud

In any multi-tenant IT environment, noisy neighbors can be an issue. Here's a closer look at how the challenges differ in the public cloud versus colocation.


Does HCI mean the end is near for stand-alone servers?

Stand-alone servers are getting fazed out of data centers in favor of converged and hyper-converged systems. But not all legacy IT infrastructure is on its way out the door.

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