Monthly Archives: October 2009

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-10-26

@Likid0 thanks much. I have seen it once each on a few new (april 2009) servers. sounds random, so will monitor in case of more in reply to Likid0 # @quinnep higher up on the food chain! in reply to … Continue reading

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-10-18

#morningmix The Donna's # RT @eric_gray: New VCritical post: Hyper-V Administrators Exhibit Advanced Memory Skills http://bit.ly/hyliJ — haha. I hate GUIDs :( # RT @grpressnews: Possible virus shuts down Web site for Gerald R. Ford International Airport: http://bit.ly/ARwZ :-/ # … Continue reading

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Bush-era oil-shale decision under review

Disgusting: The Obama Interior Department is reviewing a decision made by the Bush administration in its final days that attempted to lock in lucrative royalty rates and favorable regulations for oil companies holding leases for oil-shale development on public lands. … Continue reading

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Facebook Now Has 30,000 Servers

Found this super-interesting article at one of my favorite websites, Data Center Knowledge: Facebook Now Has 30,000 Servers Some of the interesting points are: 30,000 servers Added 20,000 servers in 18 months Stores 80 billion images (20 billion but 4 … Continue reading

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Blades vs. rack servers for virtualization

Occasionally I am interviewed for articles about VDI or Virtualization in the healthcare field, but this is the first time I have been asked to contribute to the article myself! Nothing inspires debate among IT managers like the question of … Continue reading

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