Cisco has released the first Jabber client for Mac OS X. The Jabber client supports both cloud based (WebEx Connect) and on-premise (CUPS) instant messaging and collaborative technologies. Cisco has made available or will subsequently make available the Jabber client for Apple iOS, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Android, and Windows. As a WebEx Connect customer, we’re [...]
archive for September, 2011
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The return of football means different things to different people. For some, they strap on their shoulder pads, place a helmet on their head, and don their jersey before heading to the gridiron. For others, they load up a bowl with corn chips, turn on their laptop and television, and put on a jersey before [...]
This is a quick blog to discuss where vSphere is at with memory management today. vSphere has many mechanisms to reclaim memory before resorting to paging to disk. Let’s briefly look at these methods. Memory Reclamation Transparent Page Sharing (TPS) Think of this as deduplication for memory. Identical pages of memory are shared with [...]
Businesses are in the business of making money. While the model that a company chooses to attempt such a feat varies widely, the formula they all subscribe to is universal: revenue less costs equals profit. It is no wonder that the goal of most senior executives is to increase revenue, decrease cost, or both. The [...]
Let’s call this Quad day 1 and what a ride its been so far. Admittedly, my Linux skills are limited and that most certainly did not help in this process. There’s been quite a bit of learning about command and control of files systems and mount points that I had previously been able to get [...]