Archive for June 2012

Bucharest IP Network infrastructure upgrade

..or how IT Service Bucharest got the entire building “WIRED UP”

With the arrival of so many new employees, our network had to be redesigned. Together with Office Lan team and WAN team, the IT Service Bucharest managed to upgrade all networking equipment in order to face the new challenge with confidence. We managed to equip the 1and1 Bucharest Office with state of the art equipment and professional Cat.6 wiring. After weeks of trying to improve the quality of the service we provide we started this new

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Category: Inside 1&1
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LinuxCon Europe – Day 3 (part 1 of 2)

The final day of LinuxCon Europe 2011 arrived and I was both gladly looking forward to this day’s presentations as well as somehow sad that it was heading the end. But I still had a full agenda ahead, so I jumped right into the first presentation.

OpenSAF Architecture & Roadmap Update

To understand what the OpenSAF Architecture is, what are its use cases and why is it needed, we have to take a look into the past. The Service Availability Forum

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Category: Events | Technology & Development
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LinuxCon Europe – Day 2 (Part 4 of 4)

The second day of LinuxCon was about the history of Linux, it showcased its pastthe present, mainly what is being done with it in large companies, also mentioning how the future of Linux looks like. We’ve seen its rise to support multicore systems, but above that, how much can you actually scale Linux? This question was answered in the following presentation.

Experiences booting 100s of thousands to millions of Linux VMs

The title alone is enough to give a good introduction to the level of scalability that is achievable with Linux, but

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