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25 Jun 2017 SFTA Weekly Social Meetups: vBeers @ Tap42 Midtown Miami - Wed June 28th [64366]
4 Weekly Meeting Each Month

The South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) vBeers events happen four times each month, once each in these cities: Palm Beach Gardens, Oakland Park, Boca Raton and Miami.

These informal networking/social events provide a relaxed environment to meet with other hands-on IT professionals and promote the growth of IT in South Florida.

Wednesday, June 28th @ Tap42 Midtown

  • 5:00PM - 8:30PM (happy hour specials until 5:30PM)
  • 3252 NE 1st Ave, Suite 101 Miami, FL 33137 - https://tap42.com/midtown -With Miami VMware Users group (Miami VMUG)

Registration is required for this location: Register

Upcoming Events:

  • Wednesday, July 5th @ Yard House, Palm Beach Gardens
  • Wednesday, July 12th @ Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park
  • Wednesday, July 19th @ Biergarten Boca, Boca Raton

Read on for detailed schedule
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23 Jun 2017 Planning For The New Windows Server Cadence [64480]
Data Center Knowledge, June 23rd 2017

"The next version of Windows Server will let you run Linux containers using Hyper-V isolation (and connect to them with bash scripts), encrypt network segments on software-defined networks and deploy the Host Guardian Service as a Shielded VM rather than needing a three-node physical cluster.

Data deduplication for ReFS means Storage Spaces Direct will have 50 percent better disk utilization. Multi-tenancy for Remote Desktop Services Hosting means you can host multiple clients from a single deployment, and virtual machine load balancing is now OS and application aware, so you can prioritize app performance as you balance the load between multiple hosts..."
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23 Jun 2017 Linux Owns Supercomputing [64449]
ZDNer, June 23rd 2017

"In the latest Top500 supercomputer race, only two -- count 'em, two -- of the world's fastest computers aren't running Linux.

The US is falling behind in the supercomputer race, but no matter where a supercomputer is running, one thing remains true: It's running Linux.

In the latest Top500 Supercomputer competition, which was revealed in June 2017, 498 out of 500 supercomputers were running Linux. Of the remaining two, both ran Unix..."
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22 Jun 2017 Training Thursdays: Many Ways to Optimize Use of Oracle Linux [64509]
By Antoinette Osullivan

Antoinette blogs, "Learn about some of the many ways you can optimize Oracle Linux by taking the Oracle Linux advanced administration training. In this training you will learn about topics including a range of virtualization technologies available and about tracing with DTrace.

This training is available in different formats to match your training needs..."
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20 Jun 2017 APAC Webinar: Building Portable Applications Using Docker on Oracle Linux (July 11th) [64510]
By Zeynep Koch

Zeynep shares an invitation to a webinar: "Are you facing challenges on how best to streamline your next generation application development and deployment?

Containerization, or the use of containers, are one of the hottest technology trends today, with rapid adoption across enterprises in their digital transformation.

Oracle and Docker, as members of the Open Container Initiative, are working to create open platforms for building and deploying applications as containers, making them portable and easy to manage.

Join us for the webinar to learn how Oracle Linux supports your vision for delivering applications in the cloud using Docker containers. We will also introduce Oracle's new container registry service that delivers Oracle products, compiled as Docker containers, ready to use in your development environment and data center operations..."
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