For businesses large and small, speed and agility are now at the center of success. As digital technologies take hold—and requirements for IT flexibility grow—the need for a robust business and IT framework is nothing less than critical.
kSar is one of the best tools to display an easy chart based on your system’s SAR metrics collection. kSar has not been developed since sometime in 2013, and it lacks the ability to parse modern Linux sysstat charts, leaving us with some missing info. However – some good soul has taken kSar and forked in into development. This tool can be found here, and it’s working nicely with RHEL6 metrics, as far as I could see. Grab it if you haven’t already!
As many of you might know, I've been in the storage end of the business for over 20 years. And for the last few years, I think one of the most interesting topics is how best to bridge storage between the familiar world of the data center, and the new world of cloud.
Today, I’d like to give you an update on what Oracle is doing. We call it "cloud converged storage" -- bridging the gap between today's world, and tomorrow's.
Faster. Bigger. Better. As our technology continues to evolve and annual IP traffic is forecasted to reach 2.3 Zettabytes by 2020, IT infrastructure must race to keep up. Business must have infrastructure which is responsive, secure, and agile to spin up new applications for their customers, partners, and employees. They want to take advantage of the benefits of the cloud, and many are starting with a priva
Xen on ARM is becoming more and more widespread in embedded environments. In these contexts, Xen is employed as a single solution to partition the system into multiple domains, fully isolated from each other, and with different levels of trust.
The cloud is causing a major change in how enterprise organizations operate. Many businesses are eager to shift their enterprise workloads to the public cloud to take advantage of its flexibility, and the freedom it gives them to innovate. But not every business can commit to the cloud yet, or even develop a cloud strategy for transforming their business. What cloud journeys is right for you?