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Where to run the containers? Bare metal vs virtual machines

Containers are a serious and emerging competitor as an application delivery method. Although they are not yet in universal use, most companies have deployed containers somewhere or are studying their capabilities. Their benefits center on the ability to extract whatever is needed to run applications away from hardware, and with …

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What is linux? What can you use linux for?

You’ve probably seen at least one of them: a special person on the Internet proudly saying, “I use Linux”. But what does using Linux mean? What is Linux and what does Linux do? Today we’ll find out, and we’ll leave the jargon and technical gossip at the door. What is …

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Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Market Size and Share 2021

The report, titled Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Market, is one of the most comprehensive and essential additions to Reports Globe’s market research archive. It provides detailed research and analysis on key aspects of the Virtual Private Servers (VPS) market. The market analysts who authored this report have provided detailed insights …

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CyberGhost for Android | DroidViews

Owning CyberGhost VPN has changed hands over the past 12 months, but that hasn’t affected its easy-to-use apps, privacy-friendly coverage, and fantastic security features. CyberGhost is consistently ranked among the many high-end VPN companies. What exactly will it deliver? Check out this full CyberGhost VPN review! CyberGhost VPN CyberGhost makes …

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IRC will never die | Hackaday

The big deal in the open source world this week surrounds the biggest IRC server operator, Freenode. Wherever the dust sets in, a myriad of important open source projects that use Freenode’s IRC servers for their primary channel for user feedback, and a number of vibrant communities are calling or …

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The first SUSE release of Rancher Kubernetes is on its way

SUSE is letting the tech world know that means being taken seriously as a Kubernetes distribution powerhouse with its Rancher 2.6 release. Image: Jaiz Anuar / Shutterstock The “Kubernetes agnostic” Rancher can help you work with any Kubernetes distribution. And, SUSE, now that SUSE has acquired Rancher and its eponymous …

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