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VDI cost saving: vSphere to oVirt migration

Economic costs may be one of the major obstacles when it comes to deploy a virtual desktop infrastructure. But, if instead of using licensed tools we undertake the project with Open Source tools, t...
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KVM hypervisor management tools: RHEV

In the first of our posts on KVM hypervisor management tools we talked about oVirt and today we borrow again vMiss.net article to talk about Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV). RHEV is anot...
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KVM hypervisor management tools: oVirt

KVM is a hypervisor included in the main Linux kernel. It is really good as hypervisor, but like all hypervisors, a set of tools is needed to manage it. In this post we talk about one of them, oVir...
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Tips to make the most of Open Source software

Many companies and governments around the world already use Open Source software. This alternative to proprietary software has some obvious advantages from the economic point of view. But, you can ...
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Open Source VDI platforms, Fedora, CentOS & OpenSUSE 13.2

The formula to get rid of proprietary systems to deploy a desktop virtualization platform, the new operating systems supported by UDS Enterprise and OpenSUSE 13.2 in KDE or Gnome desktops have been...
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Why VMware and Citrix will launch Linux VDI

Very shortly after Citrix announced its Linux technologies for apps and virtual desktops in XenDesktop and XenApp, VMware reported that Horizon View will support Linux in 2015. And why these firms ...
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How to deploy a fully Open Source virtual platform

There are Linux-based (either Debian, SUSE or, of course, Red Hat) desktop virtualization solutions which are fully Open Source. Any modern version of a Linux distribution incorporates support for ...
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OpenSUSE 13.2 in KDE and Gnome desktops

openSUSE is a GNU/Linux distro very easy to install and highly recommended for those who are thinking about changing from a proprietary operating system to Open Source. 13.2 version started to be a...
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OVirt new version & KVM virtual classrooms management

Our team's tips to make the most of the new version of oVirt and the creation and management of virtual classrooms with KVM have been the most read topics in our blog for the last weeks. In case yo...
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How to make the most of oVirt 3.5

A few weeks ago the oVirt team announced the release of a new version of this Open Source virtualization platform, the 3.5. Among the innovations introduced by this editions it should be pointed ou...
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Open Source makes its way into Government

Government institutions and organizations are increasingly aware of the benefits involved in the use of Open Source solutions. Migration of servers and desktop systems to free models are usual acti...
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The unstoppable Linux expansion

Did you realize Linux is present each day in more technological environments? Thanks to the free software flexibility and Open Source possibilities for collaborative development, the developments w...
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Bionico Hand, an Open Source and low cost prosthetics project

Nicolas Huchet lost his right arm in 2002. This accident encouraged him to investigate about the creation of bionic prosthesis more sophisticated that the financed ones but also more affordable tha...
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Linux Foundation launches Open Platform for NFV Project

Linux Foundation is moving forward in the telecommunications sector. This week they have announced the birth of an Open Source platform that aims to speed up the introduction of new products and se...
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Linux certifications, Open Source VDI and social media channels

Our blog's readers have chosen the new Linux Certification Program, 100% Open Source virtual desktops and UDS Enterprise social media channels as the most interesting posts for the last weeks. If ...
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Canonical launches Ubuntu Developers Tool Center

Canonical makes things easier for developers launching Ubuntu Developers Tool Center. This project aims at providing the community with the most requested programming and developing tools. And its ...
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