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Fault Tolerant Servers: The Choice for Continuous Availability on Microsoft® Windows Server® Platform

Why clustering and redundancy might not be enough

Date: 17/04/07

Company: NEC

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Stratus® Continuous Processing® Technology for Windows® Environments

ftServer® Systems: The smarter approach to uptime

Date: 13/04/07

Company: Stratus Technologies

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Introduction to the New Mainframe: Security

Offers background knowledge and skills necessary to begin using the security facilities of IBM System z

Date: 22/03/07

Company: IBM

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Migrating Oracle Application Server Applications to BEA WebLogic Server® 9.0

Business drivers, important issues to consider and how-to instructions

Date: 21/03/07

Company: BEA Systems

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Migrating JBoss® Application Server Applications to BEA WebLogic Server® 9.0

Business drivers, important issues to consider and how-to instructions

Date: 21/03/07

Company: BEA Systems

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Strategies for Deploying Blade Servers in Existing Data Centers

Explaining how options are evaluated and selected for a successful and predictable blade deployment

Date: 20/03/07

Company: APC

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Enabling Technology for Blade I/O Virtualization

IDC examines HP Virtual Connect and the benefits and challenges associated with using this technology

Date: 20/03/07

Company: HP

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Apache Manager

A Directory-based approach to managing apache web servers

Date: 16/03/07

Company: Novell

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Solaris™ Containers

Server virtualization and manageability

Date: 15/03/07

Company: Sun

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Cisco IOS SSL VPN Backup AAA

Configuration guidelines and best practices for smaller SSL VPN deployments

Date: 13/03/07

Company: Cisco

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