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16 Nov 2015 A Look At The New Features Of The Linux 4.4 Kernel [47604]
Phoronix, November 15th, 2015

"If all goes according to plan, the Linux 4.4 kernel merge window will end today with the release of the 4.4-rc1 kernel. As all of the major subsystem updates have already landed for Linux 4.4, here's my usual look at the highlights for this kernel cycle.

As noted yesterday, Linux 4.4 is currently around 20.8 million lines or an increase of about 200 thousand lines of code/documentation and a few hundred new files after Linus accepted around 12,000 commits for this merge window. In my close monitoring of the mainline Git code and mailing lists over the past few weeks, the items of Linux 4.4 that have caught my attention include:.."
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12 Nov 2015 Cyber Security Services [47471]
Symantec, November 12th, 2015

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28 Oct 2015 MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.1 [47064]
Version 3.1 adds significant enhancements in the areas of security and performance tuning

The MySQL development team is pleased to announce that MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.1 is now generally available (GA).

MySQL Enterprise Monitor provides real-time visibility into the performance and availability of all your MySQL databases. Start monitoring MySQL within 10 minutes with zero configuration and no agents. Installer packages for version 3.1 GA are available now on My Oracle Support and a free trial will be available on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud at the next monthly refresh in November.
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27 Oct 2015 Operations Costs Are the Achilles' Heel of NoSQL [46994]
ComputerWorld, October 27th, 2015

"NoSQL databases scale by adding more commodity servers. With more commodity servers come increased costs and complexities. Some NoSQL systems are better at this than others and need less.

Consider the size of the Apple Cassandra installation that is reported at 75,000 nodes and over 10 petabytes of data. The complexity of the operations, monitoring, upgrades and other maintenance tasks must be overwhelming. Apple bought FoundationDB to cut their own costs while improving performance..."
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27 Oct 2015 Oracle Extends Cloud Leadership with Oracle Management Cloud for IT Operations [47032]
New cloud services enable organizations to gain an end-to-end view of applications from end-users to the underlying infrastructure, effectively manage diverse IT environments and drive DevOps efforts

Oracle announced Oracle Management Cloud (OMC), a suite of next-generation integrated monitoring, management and analytics solutions for IT organizations. Part of the Oracle Cloud Platform, the new services enable a real-time, collaborative environment in which DevOps leaders, line-of-business managers and business analysts have a clear end-to-end view into the applications and technologies that support business services.
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