VMturbo Now Supports Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization!

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I have tested VMturbo before with VMware, and it IS impressive! Now, they are supporting Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization as well! A good move on their part! VMTurbo Dons Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization "Virtualization start-up VMTurbo Inc. continues its path into the virtualized world with official support of Red Hat Inc.'s Enterprise Virtualization 3.1. VMTurbo's integration with the fedora-clad OS comes with 'performance and resource optimization' perks, which expand VMTurbo's capabilities and strengthen the flexibility of its workload and infrastructure management solution. VMTurbo's claim to fame is a scheduling engine to automate service level agreements (SLAs) through workload management and resource balancing. Since its inception, VMTurbo endeavors to provide a platform-agnostic approach to virtualization management, supporting more hypervisors and the most popular virtualization solutions. Red Hat is a natural extension…
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BitCasa – The Infinite Hard Drive in the Cloud!

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(Originally posted on Dr. Bill.TV as "Bitcasa is Da Bomb... and YOU Need It!") Video streaming by Ustream This video is the TechCrunch "Disrupt" Conference, where Bitcasa founder, Tony Gauda, discussed what Bitcasa is, and how it works. I set this up over the holidays... and, it IS "da bomb!" You won't understand how much you need this until you try it! And, by the way, there are clients for: All Windows (including a new Windows 8 app), Linux, Android, (iOS [Apple, iPhone, iPad] is coming soon!) As the video says, the founder, Tony Gauda has a Linux laptop, personally, so you KNOW it works great on Linux! Infinite Hard Drive Keep every file you have ever owned in Bitcasa. Ditch the external hard drives, and store your files in…
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Amazon AWS Outage Takes Out Netflix on Christmas Eve!

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Amazon's AWS had problems again, impacting Netflix on Christmas eve! Ouch! This points out the need for firmer SLA's (Service Level Agreements) in the industry! Amazon AWS Takes Down Netflix On Christmas Eve "For the third time this year, problems with Amazon's AWS in Northern Virginia has knocked several websites and services offline, including Netflix. According to AWS' Service Health Dashboard, problems began at 1:50 PM PST, and as of 5:49 PM, the company is continuing 'to work on resolving issues with the Elastic Load Balancing Service in the US-EAST-1 region. Traffic for some ELBs are currently experiencing significant levels of traffic loss.' Netflix has confirmed they are being affected by these issues, acknowledging this outage couldn't happen at a worse time as families and friends are gathered together –…
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