Good Guy Gabe Newell
I’m celebrating the 100,000 views mark on my “Logical Volume Management on #Linux” piece on http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-lvm2/index.html
Actually, it’s almost at the 200,000 views mark if we consider both Russian and Japanese translations.
Wanna know what DOVE, CNA, East/West communication, EVB, SDE, FFDC and other terms means in a #PureSystem context?
As a guess blogger to expertintegratedsystemsblog.com, I just posted a brief "glossary or terms" entry that may help in understanding some of the terms that surround, but are not exclusive to, Expert Integrated Systems such as PureSystems and PureFlex systems.
Your comments are welcome as always!
The Register "IBM to port KVM hypervisor to PowerLinux"
It also summarized the latest announcements made around Power Systems (Solarflare, Platform Symphony, Hadoop among others), as well as some of the challenges – which by the way we welcome as opportunities to tackle them head-on with game-changing initiatives such as bringing open virtualization to our hardware.
Arvind Krishna, General Manager for Development and Manufacturing, IBM Systems & Technology Group, just announced on Red Hat Summit two more Power Systems Linux centers in NYC and Austin (in addition to the one already announced in Beijing).
He also took the opportunity to announce the big news that KVM will be coming for Power Systems in 2014! The IBM Linux Technology Center is thrilled to lead the way in those exciting times!
The video from the keynote should already be available here: http://bit.ly/13VFssN
Today 5PM ET, livestream of IBM Systems Development GM "Arvind Krisha" keynote at #redhatsummit
The keynotes will be broadcasted live from Boston, MA, and we have great expectations for what's coming. I wouldn't miss it if you are interested in Linux, Open Systems, POWER…
Nice video summarizing some of the key differences between x86 and POWER. #PowerLinux can of course combine the benefits from the POWER platform and Linux OS.
IBM will support leading NoSQL MongoDB API through DB2
Excellent news that IBM is working to support the MongoDB API through DB2, a very important move to converge and support the NoSQL paradigm, which a lot of emerging OpenSource and web applications are starting to adopt.
IBM PowerLinux and Open Source news
I try to maintain an social media and news aggregator for PowerLinux and IBM Open Source topics using the paper.li website. Suggestions and tips are welcome!