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The new kid on the virtualization block – Grumpy Apache
An obvious minus, however, is the integration of VMware. I am using VMware server 1, which is almost unsupported on Fedora in general. In particular, it it unsupported for Fedora 11. As usual, it was no problem to find a matching kernel patch. But, what a surprise, it is no longer sufficient to patch the VMware modules: You need to patch the kernel as well.
2009 Airline IT Trends Survey: Overview – Flightglobal
BA has substantially reduced its operations budget through simplification and standardisation, as well as adopting green IT strategies to lower costs, and has cut spending on new projects by about half.”One of the things I recommended we postpone was investment in an enterprise resource planningsystem.” says Coby. “It’s important and needed but would the substantial investment in that generate any more revenue this year? And would it make our customers happier or more inclined to travel with us again? No, probably not, so let’s invest in something that will.”
Green storage has limited ROI, but supports overall efficiency – Forrester Research ZDNet Blogs
…according to a report Forrester published recently, the amount of money typically spent on electricity to power and cool a TB of storage is only about 1% of the cost of buying that TB of storage (or about 4% of the annualized cost of buying that storage given that you only have to buy the TB once every 3-5 years but you power it every year).
Western Digital Introduces Solid State Drives – DailyTech
Western Digital today launched its SiliconDrive III solid state drive storage products, with technology based from its acquisition of SiliconSystems in March.
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