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Facebook’s Open Hardware

by @ Friday, April 8th, 2011. Filed under Infrastructure Architecture, Open Source

The Portable Consultant has always been a supporter of open source philosophy, and not only in matters of code. As a technical architect on some large-scale portal projects in the past, I’m always intrigued by the infrastructure behind massive services such as Facebook and Google. Facebook has “opened” their server technology and announced the creation […]

Oracle VM solution extends hosting options for Oracle products, but…

by @ Tuesday, November 13th, 2007. Filed under Infrastructure Architecture, Open Source

Oracle’s announcement of a new free virtual server solution is, at the very least, an extension of those magazine ads that offered greater uptime by running Oracle on top of Linux (the Oracle Unbreakable Linux campaign). It has been said that Oracle’s main interest in Linux, and Linux support, is to facilitate the hosting of […]

The virtual worlds of VMware and XenSource

by @ Thursday, August 16th, 2007. Filed under Infrastructure Architecture, Open Source

How about this? The Portable Consultant actually addressing an interesting development or two in the world of Infrastructure Architecture ~ Design & Deployment! virtual competitors Item One is the IPO of VMware which, The Economist assures us, is not a repeat of the Internet Bubble years despite the fact that the stock rose 76% on […]

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