Archiwum z Czerwiec 2012

The death of an HTML5 game breeds an open source project

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

NetworkWorld: The blog post sheds some interesting light on HTML5, as Wooga hardly holds back on any of the details behind the game’s failure. The biggest barriers to HTML5’s entry to the mainstream include internet connectivity.

Load Balancing Using Apache’s mod_proxy_balancer

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

 Wazi: Mod_proxy_balancer, an add-in module for the Apache HTTP Server, acts as a software load balancer to split traffic across multiple back-end servers.

Welcome To Ubuntu’s Penguin Bar – How Can I Help You?

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

 FossForce: Android on tablets and smartphones may have primed the public to be willing to try a flavor other than Windows on their PCs and laptops, but this means next to nothing in the current computing environment.

GNOME Shell Essential Extensions

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

 Unixmen: Despite the controversy over GNOME Shell and its productivity, there’s no point pretending that it doesn’t exist

Red Hat Enters New Era of Virtualization Scalability

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

ServerWatch: RHEL 6.3 is the biggest Red Hat release in years. Tim Burke, Red Hat’s top Linux engineer explains why.

Jfbchat: Simple And Powerful Facebook Chat Client For Ubuntu/Linux

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

 UbuntuPortal: Jfbchat is Simple and Powerful Facebook Chat Client designed for Ubuntu/Linux.

Fedora introduces offline updates

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

 ITWorld: Fedora’s new Offline System Update feature will change the current system to something that is more Windows- and OS X-like

Canonical proposes alternate UEFI Secure Boot solution

piątek, 22 Czerwiec 2012

The H Open: Instead of using Microsoft’s key, Canonical is planning to get hardware makers to include their own Ubuntu-specific key on hardware.

HP Launches Low-Power Project Gemini Server – targetted at Linux

środa, 20 Czerwiec 2012

ServerWatch: Moonshot is all about engineering a new class of server architecture that delivers scale-out compute power while using less electrical power than traditional server infrastructure.

Ahead of the Pack: the Pacemaker High-Availability Stack

środa, 20 Czerwiec 2012

LinuxJournal: A high-availability stack serves one purpose: through a redundant setup of two or more nodes, ensure service availability and recover services automatically in case of a problem