At my place of business we’re gearing up to deploy Redhat Enterprise Virtualization for Servers 2.2, and, as such, I had to read the Administration Guide. 200+ pages of technical information. Not the most entertaining read, but highly informative. If you also need to read it and have been putting it off, or just want to see what it’s all about, I’ve embedded my key-points notes (AdamD’s Notez™) so you can get a general idea of what it’s all about.
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Usually when we think of supercomputers, we probably think about large, noisy computers with arrays of blinking lights somewhere in a distant lab. Something like WOPR from War Games, I’ll bet. That’s not far off, as the supercomputers of today are still very big devices.
I’ve begun work on a side project that I’ve been investigating for awhile involving wireless, Linux-based, low-cost, low-power, centrally-managed, long-lasting terminal computer devices for use inside of kiosks at my workplace. Since these machines will operate on low storage space …