Monthly Archives: September 2013

Notes on Managing Java in the Cloud

Introduction to Java multitenancy Deployment Rule Set It’s about time: Java update includes tool for blocking drive-by exploits

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Congrats to Metro Silicon Valley for Airport and Nolan Bushnell Features

Congrats to Metro Silicon Valley, a local free tabloid newspaper, for featuring two great articles in the previous two issues: Bill Sherry Readies the New San Jose Convention Center Like most cities, San Jose is not good at mega-projects. Fortunately … Continue reading

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Supermicro IPMI Notes

Some notes on using Supermicro IPMI terminal apps features: the Supermicro iKVM Java App is licensed from ATEN (possibly UltraVNC-based?). It usually works on Windows, MAC OS X, Linux with Java6, though no window resize or cut-and-paste. Partly works with … Continue reading

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SVLUG: Krishna Raman on OpenShift

Krishna Raman, a Red Hat programmer and technology evangelist, gave an overview of OpenShift PaaS and the underlying linux features used to implement it at the Silicon Valley Users Group (SVLUG) tonite. The linux features used to create a jail-like … Continue reading

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