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Technology Short Take 151

Scott Lowe

Nick Schmidt talks about using GitOps with the NSX Advanced Load Balancer. Losing to Apple—whose M-series chips are widely regarded as faster and more efficient than Intel’s chips—has apparently stung the chip giant into revving up the innovation engine. BIOS updates without a reboot , and under Linux first?

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Technology Short Take 144

Scott Lowe

I have a fairly diverse set of links for readers this time around, covering topics from microchips to improving your writing, with stops along the way in topics like Kubernetes, virtualization, Linux, and the popular JSON-parsing tool jq. Michael Kashin shares the journey of containerizing NVIDIA Cumulus Linux. Networking. So useful.).

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Technology Short Take 144

Scott Lowe

I have a fairly diverse set of links for readers this time around, covering topics from microchips to improving your writing, with stops along the way in topics like Kubernetes, virtualization, Linux, and the popular JSON-parsing tool jq along the way. Michael Kashin shares the journey of containerizing NVIDIA Cumulus Linux.

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IDF 2013: Future of SDN with the Intel ONP Switch Reference Design

Scott Lowe

This is session COMS002, titled “The Future of Software-Defined Networking with the Intel Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design.” ” The speakers are Recep Ozdag, a PME with Intel, and Gershon Schatzberg, a PLM with Wind River Systems. First, though, Recep takes a few minutes to review some SDN concepts.

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IDF 2014: Architecting for SDI, a Microserver Perspective

Scott Lowe

The first speaker starts out with a review of exactly what a microserver is; Intel sees microservers as a natural evolution from rack-mounted servers to blades to microservers. Key microserver technologies include: Intel Atom C2000 family of processors; Intel Xeon E5 v2 processor family; and Intel Ethernet Switch FM6000 series.

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Technology Short Take #27

Scott Lowe

I might have mentioned this before, but Ken Pepple’s OpenStack Folsom architecture post is just awesome. KVM is the set of kernel modules that leverage hardware virtualization functionality inside Intel and AMD CPUs, and it makes possible the virtualization of closed-source operating systems like Windows. Why is this important?

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