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OpenVPN is an easy-to-use open source VPN software based on SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) that offers cross-platform interoperability. The majority of OpenVPN tutorials I've found describe how users can connect to a corporate network from their laptops over insecure networks, such as the wireless network in a hotel. By contrast, the setup I'm about to describe is better suited for permanently connecting entire networks -- for example, branch offices to the headquarters of a company.
If you read almost any publication that talks about Apple from an IT point of view, you'll read a lot about Parallels Desktop for Mac, from Parallels. People talk about the kind of load Parallels puts on a system, or installing it, or whether it makes it easy to set up virtual machines, etc. But what you don't see a lot of (or enough of) is what it's like to work with Parallels, and that's what I'm going to talk about here today.
Many sophisticated machine learning algorithms cannot process large amounts of data on a single node, but IBM Parallel Machine Learning Toolbox
(PML) can do so by distributing the computations. This distribution speeds up computations and expedites training by weeks, days, or even hours in an easy, reliable way. PML can run on a wide array of architectures including single-node, small clusters, grids, and BlueGene.
While there are often negative connotations being associated with a conglomerate, the new one which we are witnessing today is different in so many ways. This is a conglomerate you, your project or your business can be a part of to the full extent. All you have to do is observe and play by the rules. This is a conglomerate that we today call: The Community. That is its name.
Italian POS (point-of-sale systems) specialist DA Sistemi Group, will soon obtain security approval from Visa, MasterCard, and JCB for a Linux-based PIN-entry terminal. The PINPAD DAndY Pad incorporates a security-oriented SoC (system-on-chip) and associated Linux software from Innova-Card, and targets supermarket and store counter payment transactions.
Free Software is big business. This may come as a surprise to those whose understanding of open source software development practice ends at the caffeinated hacker contributing code in the small hours from the comfort of his bedroom. But in between this, and the fact that five of the ten most reliable web hosters run their sites on the open source operating system Linux, is the story of an industry of support and bespoke development that gives the major corporations running this software the products and peace of mind they need to conduct business on a grand scale.
Red Hat is answering competitors in the Linux world with an SOA alliance that potentially unites JBoss with an open source rival. Systems integrator Bull is expanding an alliance with Red Hat by joining the JBoss community, where Bull will contribute to development of the middleware stack, and by becoming a strategic partner on the JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite (JEMS).
Builds Electronic Design Automation Industry's First Supercomputer to Claim 242nd Spot on Top500 List
In the wake of the Novell-Microsoft deal we installed SuSE Linux 10 and ran it for a week to see what all the fuss was about.
Red Hat Expands Current Bull Partnership to Include Open Source R&D Collaboration, System Integration, and Subscription Support With Middleware Division
We didn't say Linux infringed on Microsoft intellectual property, says Novell as the company fights to regain credibility in the free and open source world. Microsoft agrees to disagree.
What's the point of gNewSense?
DataCore Gains Momentum with VMware's Top Partners; Next Generation Virtual Infrastructure Comprises Desktop, Server and Storage Virtualization
Supporters of Linux are preparing to counter Microsoft's deal with Novell that establishes for the first time the principle of paying the software giant for the operating system, whose license requires it to be free.
Novell CEO issues open letter saying deal with Redmond is not admission the open-source OS infringes on Microsoft's patents.
Eben Moglen, others are working to close license loophole by saying a promise not to sue would be applicable to everyone.
Enables QA Professionals and Test Automation Engineers to Perform All Aspects of Testing Across Geographic Locations
The KDE e.V. Quarterly Report is now available for July to September 2006.
Ballmer in a china shopStatements yesterday from Novell and Microsoft sought to clarify and repair relations between the new friends, damaged by Steve Ballmer's comments last week.
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