Archives: May 2014

What the FCC's Net neutrality proposal really means

May 15, 2014
Puzzled about what the FCC's Net neutrality vote is really all about, whether you're an end user or a provider? Here's the short version
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Hortonworks snaps up and open sources Hadoop security solution

May 15, 2014
Hortonworks has acquired XA Secure and is preparing to contribute its functionality back to the community as an Apache project
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Is Red Hat locking customers into its version of OpenStack?

May 15, 2014
Red Hat will not support its Linux installations on any version of OpenStack except its own, sparking worries of vendor lock-in
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How to fix problems with 'revoked UEFI module' patches KB 2920189 and 2962824

May 14, 2014
If you're trying to apply this month's Black Tuesday patches to UEFI systems or 'gen 2' VMs, watch out for glitches
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Why run SQL on NoSQL? Speed, says Splice Machine

May 14, 2014
Splice Machine, makers of a RDBMS solution for Hadoop, claims it can outperform conventional databases that need both scale and speed
Hadoop, DBMS, NoSQL, SQL
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Patch elephantiasis: Black Tuesday brings 1GB downloads

May 14, 2014
If you're trying to install this week's Black Tuesday patches, you may have to wait (and wait and wait) for almost 1GB of downloads. Here's why
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Google gets on Dart soapbox, demos move from JavaScript

May 14, 2014
Developer talks up the process of moving a JavaScript audio app to Dart, touts user list and upgrades as Google pushes its JavaScript alternative
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Keeping your drives cool won't make them last longer

May 14, 2014
A study by Backblaze of hard drive failures shows they don't fail any more often if allowed to run hotter than their recommended operating temperature
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Don't celebrate OpenStack's success just yet

May 13, 2014
OpenStack could become as mainstream in the enterprise as Linux in the long term, but there are hints that its road to adoption remains rocky
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With CShell, C# developers can bypass Visual Studio more often

May 13, 2014
After two years, the open source real-time code evaluator may finally see the light of day
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