This expert e-zine weighs the benefits of deploying a second hypervisor against the risks. Find out what factors you should consider when selecting an additional platform and learn how to improve the performance of your virtual environment.
PassMark Software recently conducted performance testing on eight security software products, on Windows 7 Ultimate Edition. View this white paper to uncover how the software performed in different areas. Each guideline is explained further in the resource.
A virtualization platform can be very expensive. It's important to consider all costs included in the virtualization process to ensure a successful virtual environment. Read on to discover how the combination of two Red Hat operating systems will lower your total cost of ownership and increase your infrastructure value
In order to ensure the enterprise data warehouse will get the optimal performance and will scale as your data set grows you need to get three fundamental things correct, the hardware configuration, the data model and the data loading process.
Memory manufacturers are getting creative for high performance. High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) and Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) module could appear in the next generation of servers. This exclusive e-guide details each new memory type and how they're shaking up performance expectations.
In order to help vSphere administrators make the knowledge leap between VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V, this paper will outline the differences between the currently shipping products from both VMware and Microsoft: vSphere 5.1 and Hyper-V 2012. Discover key features in the products and be exposed to the feature details as that may exist.
LINQ is an acronym which stands for Language Integrated Query. This new technology comes built into the .NET Framework 3.5 and can be used with any of the different languages that run under .NET. This paper serves as an introduction.
In this 40 minute webcast, listen to Oracle's Marie-Anne Neimat introduce the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database. Learn why people use in-memory database (it's all about low latency) and how this technology can accelerate existing Oracle Database applications as well as new applications.