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May 18, 2015
There are three new deployment experiences admins should prepare for in the upcoming Exchange 2016 release.
September 25, 2013
Combining Java EE's HTML5 support with a thin server architecture (TSA), Oracle is announcing the release of Project Avatar at JavaOne 2013.
October 25, 2012
Gartner analyst David Cappuccio lists top ten trends in the future of information technology.
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AWS Elastic Load Balancing can improve workload performance, but has its limitations. Developers can bypass some of these constraints to improve the ELB service. Continue Reading
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In today's competitive world, application performance is more important than ever. Enterprises are relying on a new generation of tools designed to let them diagnose application performance management issues -- identifying whether performance problems stem from the network or the application itself. As mobile and the cloud become more pervasive, engineers and network administrators are also using APM platforms and software to ensure that voice, video and data traffic meet strict performance guidelines.
This technical guide reviews the key features enterprises need in their application performance management (APM) tools. These tools today must be able to cope with a hybrid service-delivery environment that is heavily dependent on east-west flows among clouds of service components. To do this requires that the tools be located near the services; this guide explains how to accomplish that, and also reviews other key features of modern APM tools. In addition, other chapters delve deeply into what can go wrong in app performance and ways to troubleshoot when they do.
In this guide, networking pros will find answers to many of their app performance problems, as well as detailed, actionable advice.Continue Reading
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If I want to share files between three client machines and a Windows server, what are my options? Continue Reading
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If the Exchange 2010 server disconnects and reconnects to Outlook, and it isn't a network problem, there are a few other areas to check. Continue Reading