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Dev sticks with elderly GTK+2 GUI toolkit because 'we would gain nothing' by upgrading

Posted: May 29, 2020, 10:00 pm

Linux needs both snap and flatpak to succeed.

Posted: May 29, 2020, 9:00 pm

Coming five months after the previous release, the BlackArch Linux 2020.06.01 ISOs are here packed with more than 150 new tools

Posted: May 29, 2020, 8:00 pm

Rocket.Chat is a free, open-source, scalable, highly customizable, and secure platform that allows you to communicate and collaborate with your team, share files, and chat in real-time.

Posted: May 29, 2020, 7:00 pm

xargs is one of the most powerful commands in Linux.

Posted: May 29, 2020, 6:00 pm

ZDnet: Normally, Torvalds would pop into his local Fry's. But in these pandemic times, he ordered everything from Amazon.

Posted: May 29, 2020, 5:00 pm

Pixelorama is an increasingly advanced free and open source sprite editor

Posted: May 29, 2020, 4:00 pm

Django is a web application framework written in python that follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture

Posted: May 29, 2020, 3:00 pm

New options in Podman make it easier to use rootless Podman on an NFS home directory.

Posted: May 29, 2020, 2:00 pm

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eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: How Catchpoint simplifies the process of understanding true user experience.
Posted: February 12, 2020, 10:42 pm
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Big Blue introduced this week its “radically simplified” FlashSystem storage solutions. Let’s takeHere's a look at what the company is delivering and what enterprise customers stand to gain.
Posted: February 12, 2020, 6:29 pm
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Court approval of the telecom merger will open vast spectrum resources and bring Sprint business customers immediate access to nationwide 5G.
Posted: February 12, 2020, 1:00 pm
eWEEK CASE STUDY: A highly successful furniture maker explains how its longtime relationship with SAP has enabled the company to maintain growth through the decades.
Posted: February 12, 2020, 5:29 am
eWEEK NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The most important news about the S20 5G series is that they introduce a new camera architecture that combines AI with Samsung’s largest-yet image sensor for markedly improved image quality. They also take 8K video.
Posted: February 11, 2020, 9:35 pm
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Why it is important to give credit to a departing CEO while we anticipate the positive changes of the incoming CEO.
Posted: February 10, 2020, 11:40 pm
Reserve an hour on Wednesday to participate in an informative, interactive chat session about how massive amounts of data are being controlled and managed to best effect for new-age enterprises.
Posted: February 9, 2020, 6:02 pm
eWEEK PRODUCT NEWS/ANALYSIS: Stellus describes itself as "the world's fastest flash storage." That, folks, is a rather strong statement, but the company is demonstrating that it can back it up.
Posted: February 7, 2020, 8:55 pm
How early attempts to deploy machine learning inside real-world use cases have led to a new approach called Federated Machine Learning.
Posted: February 7, 2020, 6:36 pm
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: In a week filled with major political news, you’d hardly expect that the failure of a mobile app would be a top story, but that was before Iowa.
Posted: February 7, 2020, 1:10 am
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW / ANALYSIS: Meraki Go is as close to plug-and-play networking as you can get, but in a quest for simplicity, some important features are missing.
Posted: February 6, 2020, 9:52 pm
NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM showed an example of a smart leadership dynamic with the announcement of CEO Ginni Rometty’s retirement and of the elevation of SVP Arvind Krishna to the chief executive role and SVP and Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst to president.
Posted: February 6, 2020, 6:00 am
With apologies to Mark Twain, the claims by 5G advocates that WiFi has entered its decline are simply wrong and self-serving.
Posted: February 5, 2020, 1:00 pm
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Threadripper desktop is so over the top in terms of cores and performance that it is the equivalent of a hot rod car in a PC.
Posted: February 5, 2020, 1:23 am
eWEEK DATA POINTS: What it means that Google is purchasing AppSheet, an 8-year-old no-code platform that specializes in enabling users to build apps without having to write any code.
Posted: February 4, 2020, 1:00 pm
New mobile application built by Reed Smith’s Records & E-Discovery practice includes contributions from broader e-discovery community.
Posted: February 4, 2020, 2:11 am
eWEEK Editor Chris Preimesberger will moderate a live panel discussion on new-gen technology being used to cut costs and improve effectiveness in health care IT.
Posted: February 3, 2020, 11:09 pm
ServiceNow has risen to prominence with a range of offerings that help customers increase the efficiency of common tasks and the success of business outcomes.
Posted: January 31, 2020, 11:45 pm
What will it take to bring cybersecurity training into the digital age and better keep pace with emerging dangers? An expert suggests some practical solutions in this eWEEK Data Points article.
Posted: January 31, 2020, 2:00 pm
Why dynamic market pressures require a rising number of enterprises to deploy intelligent digital supply chain management.
Posted: January 30, 2020, 11:05 pm
Data can now be captured and manipulated without human effort or engagement. This “automatic data capture,” when used in algorithms, is subject to unintentional biases and distortions.
Posted: January 30, 2020, 9:59 pm
Speed is what IT is all about, and if your product doesn't have it, it eventually will be surpassed in the market.
Posted: January 30, 2020, 7:05 am
Today’s cyber-attacks are simple enough to be deployed at a large scale, and hackers are using them to target small businesses that typically have a moderate amount of data with minimal security.
Posted: January 28, 2020, 6:00 pm
The Switzerland-based company's acquisition of Sqooba provides granular network visibility for its cloud-based platform.
Posted: January 28, 2020, 2:00 pm
We're seeing SD-WAN move past the early years of connectivity, next-gen firewalls and secure internet breakouts. Now, it's taking a deeper dive into cloud security and AI-based network automation.
Posted: January 27, 2020, 10:28 pm
IBM had a banner year in both business and product innovation in a number of different markets.
Posted: January 27, 2020, 7:37 pm
Why it would be a good marketing idea for major IT companies to have a definitive product that showcases all their new tech in one device.
Posted: January 25, 2020, 2:22 am
This eWEEK Data Points article is a little more technical than most, but we're running it because these advances in data storage don't come along every day, and they directly impact a growing number of enterprise systems.
Posted: January 24, 2020, 1:10 am
eWEEK PRODUCT OVERVIEW and INSIGHT: Ericom Shield offers solutions that secure browsing and optimize safe desktop and application delivery to any device, anywhere.
Posted: January 22, 2020, 2:00 am
eWEEK DATA POINTS: In the same way analytics delivers actionable insight to the business, it must now also deliver actionable insight to the customer–directly or indirectly.
Posted: January 21, 2020, 8:00 pm

Network World

Symbolic links play a very useful role on Linux systems. They can help you remember where important files are located on a system, make it easier for you to access those files and save you a good amount of disk space and trouble by making it unnecessary for you to copy large files just to make them a little more accessible.

What exactly is a symbolic link?

Generally referred to as a "symlink" or "soft link", symbolic links are very small files. In fact, all a symlink really contains is the name of whatever file it points to, generally along with the file system path (relative to the current location or absolute). If a file named ref1 points to a file named /apps/refs/ref-2020, ref1 will be 19 characters long even if the ref-2020 file is 2 terabytes. If it points to ./ref-2020, it will be only 10 characters in length. If it points to ref-2020, only eight.

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Posted: May 29, 2020, 1:40 pm

Cisco is embracing the secure-access service edge (SASE) architecture put forth by Gartner with plans to upgrade some of its existing products to reach the goal of delivering access control, security and networking to cloud services.

The enterprise shift to SASE will be gradual as they figure out the best way to connect their increasingly remote workforce to distributed resources delivered from corporate data centers and as cloud services, Cisco says.

“Flexibility will be fundamental as IT chooses among multiple security and networking capabilities that best fit their operations, regulatory requirements, and types of applications,” said Jeff Reed, senior vice president of product, Cisco’s Security Business Group in a blog post. “Security services can be predominantly delivered from the cloud to provide consistent access policies across all types of endpoints. However, globally distributed organizations may need to apply security and routing services differently according to regional requirements.”   

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Posted: May 28, 2020, 10:50 pm

Cisco said it intends to acquire network intelligence software provider ThousandEyes for an undisclosed amount.

Founded in 2010, the 400-employee ThousandEyes firm offers a cloud-based software package that analyzes performance of local and wide-area networks and the internet.  Utilizing its world-wide insights into service networks the company also tracks ISP, cloud and collaboration application performance via a family of intelligent cloud, enterprise and endpoint agents.

“ThousandEyes’ technology warns us when a user’s experience is less than ideal and can pinpoint where those failures were caused. With thousands of agents deployed throughout the Internet, ThousandEyes’ platform has an unprecedented understanding of the Internet and grows more intelligent with every deployment,” wrote Todd Nightingale, senior vice president and general manager with Cisco in a blog post about the acquisition.

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Posted: May 28, 2020, 10:49 pm

Sales of all categories of Ethernet switches and routers were down 14% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to Q1 last year, the worst quarter in seven years, according to Synergy Research Group.

“In a pre-pandemic world we’d have expected total vendor revenues from switches and routers to have been a billion dollars higher that what we actually saw,” said John Dinsdale, a Chief Analyst at Synergy. Revenues for the quarter were $9.1 billion, down from $10.58 billion in last year’s first quarter.

The problem wasn’t entirely that COVID-19 forced businesses to change plans about buying the gear. “On balance the Q1 hit was driven more by supply-chain issues rather than by soft demand,” he said. Demand is still high from service providers, but not so for enterprises, where “some sectors will take several months before returning to some form of normality.” He said the supply-chain problems should be resolved relatively quickly.

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Posted: May 28, 2020, 10:49 pm

The technology research company Gartner recently released its worldwide server market report for 2019. According to the report, Huawei ranks No. 1 in 4-socket (4S) rack server shipments in both the global and China markets, thanks to the continued success of its FusionServer Pro series.

The Huawei FusionServer Pro V5 series servers comprise the 2488 V5, 2488H V5, and 5885H V5 4-socket servers, which all run on the Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor platform as well as Huawei’s leading reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) features and Fault Diagnosis System (FDM). Each model is designed to answer the pain points of different application scenarios, but all provide accurate and immediate response to fault alarms. FusionServer Pro V5 delivers industry-leading availability, serviceability, and reliability, making it a smart choice for those running large databases, ERP, CRM, big data analysis, high-performance computing, or virtualization applications.

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Posted: May 28, 2020, 2:54 pm
The shift to the cloud has been so pervasive that it has left a lot of companies with a skills gap they are struggling to fill with professionals who have cloud experience. That makes it a great time to be a cloud engineer.
Posted: May 28, 2020, 2:06 pm

Security and performance concerns made it challenging for TrialCard to enable its employees to work from home when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Customer service agents use a voice-over-IP phone and thin-client computer, both of which were designed to work in an on-premises office environment. "They need those systems to do their day-to-day job," says Ryan Van Dynhoven, director of infrastructure at TrialCard, a Morrisville, N.C.-based company that helps pharmaceutical manufacturers connect with patients, including providing patient support and clinical trial services.

Posted: May 28, 2020, 4:00 am

As COVID-19 continues to spread, forcing employees to work from home, the services of ISPs, cloud providers and conferencing services a.k.a. unified communications as a service (UCaaS) providers are experiencing increased traffic.

ThousandEyes is monitoring how these increases affect outages and the performance challenges these providers undergo. It will provide Network World a roundup of interesting events of  the week in the delivery of these services, and Network World will provide a summary here. Stop back next week for another update, and see more details here.

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Posted: May 27, 2020, 10:47 pm

Fujitsu has delivered all the components needed for a supercomputer in Japan that is expected to break the exaFLOP barrier when it comes online next year, and that delivery means that the same class of hardware will be available soon for enterprise customers.

The supercomputer, called Fugaku, is being assembled and brought online now at the RIKEN Center for  Computational Science. The installation of the 400-plus-rack machine started in December 2019, and full operation is scheduled for fiscal  2021, according according to a Fujitsu spokesman.

All told, Fugaku will have a total of 158,976 processors, each with 48 cores at 2.2 GHz. Already the partially deployed supercomputer’s performance is half an exaFLOP of 64-bit double precision floating point performance and looks to be the first to get to a full exaFLOP. Intel says  its supercomputer Aurora being built for the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago will be delivered by 2021, and it will break the exaFLOP barrier, too.

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Posted: May 27, 2020, 10:26 pm

With more of us connecting with our healthcare providers virtually during the coronavirus pandemic, hackers may find it more appealing to attack medical or hospital systems. Increased amounts of data due to telemedicine and medical internet of things (IoT) devices must be secure to protect individuals’ privacy and for HIPAA compliance. Network World senior writer Jon Gold joins Juliet to discuss medical IoT security risks, why these attacks may or may not be especially prevalent now and how to mitigate IoT security risks.

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Posted: May 27, 2020, 6:40 pm
Three steps to finding a network detection and response product that prevents, detects, investigates, identifies, responds and mitigates cyberattacks.
Posted: May 27, 2020, 12:08 pm
With the need for efficient collaboration tools exploding in recent months, a variety of companies hope to refine how those tools work and what they can do. We look at six now pushing the envelope.(Insider Story)
Posted: May 27, 2020, 10:00 am
Some industries have seen increases in cloud-related threat events rise as much as 1,350% since the COVID-19 crisis began.
Posted: May 27, 2020, 4:01 am

About one year ago, Dell EMC announced a new on-premises offering called Dell Technologies Cloud, using the company’s hyper-converged infrastructure VXRail and VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware’s hybrid cloud solution that provides integration between public and private clouds.

This week, Dell rolled out a storage partnership with Google Cloud through the launch of a service called Dell Technologies Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud, designed to help organizations control data growth and ease the movement of files between their private clouds and Google Cloud.

OneFS for Google Cloud combines the Dell EMC Isilon file-storage appliance with Google Cloud’s analytics and compute services. It allows companies to access applications and move workloads as large as 50 petabytes in a single filesystem between on-premises Dell storage systems and Google Cloud. Citing its own benchmarks, Dell claims OneFS delivered sustainable read throughput of 200GB/s and write throughput of 120GB/s.

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Posted: May 27, 2020, 3:45 am

The tmux tool is one of a number of Linux terminal window splitters that allow you to run commands in adjacent (up/down, right/left or both) panes so that you can easily use the output in one pane to help with work you’re doing in another. You can even disconnect a multi-pane tmux session and reattach to it when you need it again.

What's more, processes running within tmux will continue running even when you detach, making tmux an excellent tool to use when you’re not sure your connection to a remote server is solid and don't want to be dropped in the middle of an important task.

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Posted: May 27, 2020, 3:43 am
Posted: May 26, 2020, 11:32 pm

IoT sensors that monitor body temperature, in real-time and implemented at scale, could provide geolocation data that would allow potential quarantine areas to be rapidly identified, perhaps even instantaneously. The idea is to shut down emerging viruses before a pandemic could take hold.

IoT security firm WISeKey says it's working on such a solution. "Using the network of billions of interconnected smart IoT sensors, we can detect the spread of viruses by combining the anonymized digital identity with the behavior of a person," WISeKey said in a press release. Importantly, the company claims its solution can be fully secured and trusted. 

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Posted: May 25, 2020, 4:00 am

Last year, Lenovo Data Center Group (DCG) announced single-socket ThinkSystem servers using the AMD Rome generation, which has up to 64 cores per processor. Dual-socket systems are de rigueur in enterprise servers, but that's because those processors have just 20-odd cores. AMD's pitch, which Lenovo and its competitors embraced, was that it could offer more compute in a one-socket, 64-core processor than two 22-core processors, and for less money.

This year Lenovo DGC is following up that launch with the 1U ThinkSystem SR645 and 2U ThinkSystem SR665 two-socket servers, featuring enhanced performance and I/O connectivity for higher performance workloads. With 128 cores/256 threads in a 1U/2U design, a whole lot of computation power can be squeezed into a small space.

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Posted: May 25, 2020, 4:00 am
Posted: May 23, 2020, 1:03 am

The mere fact of the COVID pandemic’s existence has pushed the American healthcare system to capacity, but another threat to that system has reared its ugly head – cyberattacks, particularly those based on ransomware, have become more common as the disease spread, targeting medical IoT devices and healthcare networks.

According to Forrester Research analyst Chris Sherman, two U.S. hospitals have already been attacked via virtual care systems, after a hacker targeted a vulnerability in a medical IoT device (specifically, a remote patient-monitoring sensor) and gained access to the hospitals’ patient databases. And in another type of attack, the Fresenius Group, a medical device maker and the largest private hospital operator in Europe, has been hit by ransomware.

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Posted: May 22, 2020, 10:00 am

Schneider Electric has partnered with systems management company Aveva to put together a package for managing multiple and hyperscale data centers with a single view to enable and expand visibility into day-to-day operations.

The package combines Aveva Unified Operations Center with Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure for control and monitoring systems to offer predictive maintenance, staff training and financial aspects of large data centers. The combined software provides a homogenous view of engineering, operations and performance and improves workforce productivity by standardizing and de-siloing systems and processes across multiple sites for real-time decision making.

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Posted: May 21, 2020, 7:13 pm

Jiang Tao, Vice President of Huawei Computing, revealed the latest achievements from Huawei in computing innovation at the Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2020 (HAS 2020). Huawei has continuously built competitive computing products and solutions with years of technical expertise in this field to meet the demands of diversified computing. According to Jiang Tao, Huawei's computing product shipments grew by 8% in 2019.

Intelligent Huawei Servers Transform Data Centers

Huawei has built a variety of intelligent engines into the x86 computing platform to create intelligent upgrades for data centers. Its latest x86 FusionServer Pro employs the cutting-edge Cascade Lake Refresh processors and OptaneTM DC Persistent Memory from Intel. The FusionServer Pro V5 servers are currently available for mainstream sale. The V6 servers will be released with the next generation of Intel processors.

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Posted: May 21, 2020, 3:15 pm

Update 5/21/2020: AT&T Inc. says it will stop using the phrases "5G Evolution" and "5G Evolution, The First Step to 5G" in marketing its 4G LTE network that provides 5G speeds, according to CNN. The National Advertising Review Board recommended the change, saying the language "will mislead reasonable customers" into thinking they're buying a 5G servivce. AT&T said in a statement that it "respectfully disagrees" with the recommendation but said it would comply. 

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Posted: May 21, 2020, 1:33 pm

Aiming to help customers handle growing on-premises workloads, VMware and Dell EMC have bolstered their co-developed cloud software.

First introduced in 2018, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC is intended to help enterpise customers move on-premises infrastructure and workloads to the cloud. Version 2.0 of VMware Cloud on Dell EMC bri-gs improved support for high-density and high-performance data-center applications. 

VMware Cloud on Dell EMC consists of VMware’s high-performance compute, storage and networking software, powered by VMware vSphere, vSAN and NSX, tightly integrated with Dell EMC VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) hardware, and delivered as a service all –  managed by VMware.

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Posted: May 20, 2020, 6:59 pm
With most workers scattered at home and trying to come up with their own ad-hoc IT workarounds, there’s an easy way for IT shops to build trust: communicate. (Insider Story)
Posted: May 20, 2020, 10:00 am

Given the continued growth in capacity and performance of enterprise SSDs, it would seem mechanical hard disk drives are set to fade out eventually. But if they do, it won't be any time soon. Cloud storage provider Backblaze’s quarterly drive performance report shows that hard disks have remarkable resilience despite the abuse they take.

Backblaze has storage pods in data center colocations that include more than 129,000 HDDs from various manufacturers, ranging in capacity from 4TB to 16TB. With that many drives deployed, Backblaze has a unique perspective on the durability of different hard drives.

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Posted: May 20, 2020, 4:00 am

Nvidia, whose heritage lies in making chips for gamers, has announced its first new GPU architecture in three years, and it’s clearly designed to efficiently support the various computing needs of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

The architecture, called Ampere, and its first iteration, the A100 processor, supplant the performance of Nvidia’s current Volta architecture, whose V100 chip was in 94 of the top 500 supercomputers last November. The A100 has an incredible 54 billion transistors, 2.5 times as many as the V100.

Tensor performance, so vital in AI and machine learning, has been significantly improved. FP16 floating point calculations are almost 2.5x as fast as V100 and Nvidia introduced a new math mode called TF32. Nvidia claims TF32 can provide up to 10-fold speedups compared to single-precision floating-point math on Volta GPUs.

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Posted: May 20, 2020, 3:59 am
If you rely on multiple or hybrid cloud environments to support business processes, you need to be as vigilant protecting data and applications as when they resided on premises.
Posted: May 19, 2020, 8:09 pm

Juniper intends to spread the gospel of artificial intelligence across enterprise networking in the coming months with new products and services.

The expected moves are a continuation of a strategy that has been an integral part of Juniper since the company bought wireless and artificial-intelligence software maker Mist in 2019 for $405 million.

Mist’s cloud-based Wi-Fi Assurance system includes an AI-base engine called Marvis that features dynamic packet capture and machine learning to automatically identify, adapt to and fix network issues.

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Posted: May 19, 2020, 5:49 pm
Running an online meeting can be as easy as running an in-person meeting if you follow a few simple steps. Here are five tips for taking your meetings online without missing a beat.(Insider Story)
Posted: May 19, 2020, 10:00 am

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