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IT Management Linux News for Jun 09, 2010

  • Windows Server vs. Linux (Jun 09, 2010, 21:43)
    IT World: "This debate arouses vehement opinions, but according to one IT consultant who spends a lot of time with both Windows and Linux, it's a matter of arguing which server OS is the most appropriate in the context of the job that needs to be done."

  • Deep-protocol analysis of UNIX networks (Jun 09, 2010, 20:48)
    developerWorks: "Whether you are monitoring your network to identify performance issues, debugging an application, or have found an application on your network that you do not recognize, occasionally you need to look deep into the protocols being used on your UNIX network to understand what they are doing."

  • Where Did Your Time Go? GNOME Time Tracker Knows (Jun 09, 2010, 16:37)
    Linux Planet: "Have you ever thought about how you really spend your time at work? If you're wondering where the time goes, the GNOME Time Tracker is a great tool to help you keep an eye on which activities eat up your days."

  • Ingres VectorWise goes GA, open source by end of year (Jun 09, 2010, 15:48)
    The H Open: "Ingres have made Ingres VectorWise generally available to download for free evaluation or commercially licence and say that an open source release for the accelerated database technology should be expected by the end of the year."