DevOps.. Cloud..

Some enterprises claim two factors are slowing cloud adoption: Difficulty in proving cloud’s benefits An inability to make cloud operations run as efficiently as data center operations. DevOps could offer at least a partial solution to both problems. DevOps is an attempt to pass along knowledge about an application’s need for resources and connectivity from […]

Apache Module – Mod_Pagespeed for faster Websites !!!

    Google just released the first stable version of mod_pagespeed, the company’s open-source module for Apache that can automatically optimize your web pages to improve download and rendering speeds. With this release, Google is declaring this tool ready for broader adoption, though it’s worth noting that a number of large hosting providers like DreamHost, Go […]

AWS Scalability for Pinterest

    April 19, 2012, 2:37 PM — The explosive success of the social networking service Pinterest wouldn’t have been possible without the easy scalability of the Amazon cloud services, an executive for Pinterest said. “The cloud has enabled us to be more efficient, to try out new experiments at a very low cost, and […]

Creating an SSL Keystore Using the Java Keytool

    Many Java application servers and Web servers support the use of keystores for SSL configuration. If you’re building secure Java programs, learning to build a keystore is, well, key. Jon Svede shows you how to accomplish it using the Java keytool utility with BEA’s WebLogic 8.1.   Learn More

Dome9

    Israeli security company Dome9 provides a hosted firewall for protecting servers in both private or public clouds. It enables customers to lockdown SSH access or admin panels until they’re specifically opened via the web-based Dome9 console. Today the company released an iPhone app that will provide more convenient access to the console.   […]

GOOBUNTU

ON, August 29th 2012, Thomas Bushnell, the tech lead of the group that manages and distributes Linux to Google’s corporate desktops unveiled Goobuntu from behind Google’s curtain at LinuxCon, the Linux Foundation’s annual North American technical conference, First things first, can you download Goobuntu to run it yourself? Well yes and no. Bushnell explained that […]