Tag Archives: servers

Sysadmin 101: Patch Management

A few articles ago, I started a Sysadmin 101 series to pass down some fundamental
knowledge about systems administration that the current generation of junior
sysadmins, DevOps engineers or “full stack” developers might not
learn otherwise.
I had thought that I was done with the series, but then the WannaCry
malware came out and exposed some of the poor patch management practices still more>>

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Applied Expert Systems, Inc.'s CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux

The contemporary data center is typified by an ever-increasing amount of traffic
occurring between servers, observes Applied Expert Systems, Inc. (AES), sagely.
Fulfilling the logical need to facilitate improved server-to-server
communications, AES created CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux, now at v2.7.
CleverView provides IT staff access to current and more>>

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Papa's Got a Brand New NAS

It used to be that the true sign you were dealing with a Linux geek
was the pile of computers lying around that person’s house. How else could
you experiment with networked servers without a mass of computers
and networking equipment? If you work as a sysadmin for a large
company, sometimes one of the job perks is that you get first dibs on
decommissioned equipment. more>>

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Applied Expert Systems, Inc.'s CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux

One of the most important characteristics of the contemporary data center, notes
Applied Expert Systems, Inc. (AES), is that an ever-increasing amount of the traffic is
between servers. Realizing the resulting need to facilitate improved server-to-server
communications, AES developed CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux v2.5 with KVM Monitoring.
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