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OpenStack: The Open Source Cloud Operating System

About OpenStack

OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface. 50 more words

Open Stack

Position open for Oracle Exalogic/Exadata SME / Radford, VA / 4 months Contract

Position: Oracle Exalogic/Exadata SME
Location: Radford, VA
Duration: 4 months

Project Description:
System Administration. Ongoing operational support and implementation of application hosting.

Technical Environment:
Secure Citrix Environment with VMWare, Java, Oracle, SAP, Cold Fusion… 155 more words

Parallels says key to success is cloud virtualization, not Mac desktop virtualization

Parallels is perhaps best known for its popular desktop virtualization product, Parallels Desktop for Mac, but the larger and faster growing segment within the company actually has to do with building containers in the cloud,” David Marshall reports for InfoWorld. 131 more words


10 Post-Installation Tweaks to Hyper-V

My last blog on post-installation tweaks for vSphere was a hit! So, I thought this would be a great opportunity to do the same for Microsoft Hyper-V. 125 more words


10 Tweaks You Should Make to vSphere, Post-Installation

For the most part, I live in a world of default configurations. There are, however a number of small tweaks that I do to ESXi hosts after they have been installed to customize my configuration. 157 more words


The Virtualization landscape has changed – Is it time to review your strategy?

We’ve all heard it “Do more with Less.” I’m dating myself, but it’s such a stark contrast to the days of the dot.com boom where IT seemed like it could get any investment it needed.  199 more words


Cloud Computing in Education

For those in the education sector, “the cloud” can seem like a nebulous and unattainable technology goal, used only by large enterprises and corporations. But the cloud has the power to drastically advance the goals of the educational system: to make it easier for institutions to empower their students to succeed while at the same time cutting costs and expanding accessibility. 111 more words