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632 George Chetcuti’s Blog 27 March 2015
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  1. September Newsletters Teaser

    Some discussion points from ISAserver.org, VirtualizationAdmin.com, MSExchange.org, WindowsNetworking.com and WindowSecurity.com monthly newsletters... Read More

  2. September Newsletters Teaser

    Some discussion points from ISAserver.org, VirtualizationAdmin.com, MSExchange.org, WindowsNetworking.com and WindowSecurity.com August monthly newsletters... Read More

  3. Serviceability Update for Windows Thin PC

    Maintain the serviceability requirements established by Microsoft for Windows Thin PC... Read More

  4. Set the desired level of IOPS with Amazon RDS

    Amazon's Cloud computing now includes new high performance provisioned IOPS storage for its Relational Database Service. Now, you can provision new RDS database instances with 1,000 to 10,000 IOPS, and with 100GB to 1 TB of storage for MySQL and Oracle databases. If you are using SQL Server, the maximum IOPS you can provision is 7,000 IOPS. The creation of... Read More

  5. Setting New Standards for Industrial Storage – PQI Turbo SATA DOM / 2.5” 64GB Turbo Solid State Disk

    Taipei, Taiwan ~ PQI, the leader in industrial storage solutions has just released two new products to start the new year. PQI's Turbo SATA DOM and Turbo SATA Solid State Disk (SSD) 2.5" 64GB both are PQI patented. The application of SATA technology and specially designed clip-on connector on SATA DOMs provide stability and prevent connectors detaching unexpectedly. The implementation... Read More

  6. Setting up an Event Collecting Computer

    Having set up all remote hosts that you will be retrieving Events from, it is time to configure the Collecting workstation. The collecting computer would normally be an admin computer running Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008. Assuming our collecting computer is named env1client01 then, from an elevated command prompt type: wecutil qc This command will set Windows... Read More

  7. Setting up an Event Forwarding Computer

    Windows Event forwarding requires the setup of forwarding computers and a collecting computer as we have seen in Managing Windows Events. In this post we start by setting up a typical forwarding computer and proceed to the collecting computer setup in another post. Let's assume that we are collecting events from a Windows 2008 server named Win2k8Web, hence our first... Read More

  8. Share your Thoughts with Us and Win

    Have you seen the latest news item on Windowsnetworking.com ? If no then go ahead and read it here. In short, Windowsnetworking.com is offering free books to visitors. You might win a copy of Mitch Tulloch's Introducing Windows Server 2008. All you need to do is to fill in a survey and you might get a copy. Also you ll... Read More

  9. Sharing Responsibilities in Cloud Environments

    Cloud Computing elements such as, guest operating systems, physical platforms and others are easily associated with one party (provider or customer) being responsible for both management and security but what about responsibilities when elements overlap boundaries between the provider and the customer? Cloud Computing has brought about new challenges and most importantly, a distributed control environment. Although, some argue that... Read More

  10. Silver Peak Delivers Industry’s First Gigabit WAN Acceleration Appliance

    Santa Clara, CA, May 19, 2008 – Silver Peak Systems, a leading provider of scalable Wide Area Network (WAN) acceleration solutions, today introduced the NX-9000, the newest member of the company's award winning NX family of appliances. The NX-9000 is the industry's first Gigabit WAN acceleration product, raising the bar for WAN performance and scale. "The amount of data being... Read More

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