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The significant new AIX 7 capabilities for virtualization
The IBM AIX operating system provides a highly scalable IT infrastructure for client workloads. Learn about the latest version, AIX 7.1, an open standards-based UNIX operating system, that includes significant new capabilities for virtualization, security features, availability features, and manageability.
Transitioning to the new GRUB2 boot loader
The tools used to boot Linux® are changing. Specifically, the Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB) is now officially in maintenance mode only, and GRUB's developers have abandoned the original GRUB in favor of an entirely rewritten package, known as GRUB 2. Discover GRUB 2's new capabilities and how to use it.
Location-aware search with Apache Lucene and Solr
Recently, however, the popular open source search library, Apache Lucene, and the powerful Lucene-powered search server, Apache Solr, have added spatial capabilities. Lucene and Solr committer Grant Ingersoll walks you through the basics of spatial search and shows you how to leverage its capabilities to power your next location-aware application.
An API for easy Linux virtualization
The libvirt library is a Linux API over the virtualization capabilities of Linux that supports a variety of hypervisors, including Xen and KVM, as well as QEMU and some virtualization products for other operating systems. This article explores libvirt, its use, and its architecture.
Who does virtualization better IBM and HP
Learn about the virtualization capabilities of both HP-UX and AIX. The intent of this article is to educate you and also to help you make informed decisions as to which platform works best for you, from a feature and functionality standpoint and for your long-term strategic goals.
The benefits of parceling Root power with POSIX
POSIX file capabilities split root user powers into smaller privileges, such as the ability to read files or to trace processes owned by another user. By assigning capabilities to a file, you can enable an unprivileged user to execute the file with those specified privileges. In this article, learn how programs can make use of POSIX capabilities, how to investigate which capabilities are needed by a program, and how to assign those capabilities to the program.
Discover GCC extensions for the C language
The Linux kernel uses several special capabilities of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) suite. These capabilities range from giving you shortcuts and simplifications to providing the compiler with hints for optimization. Discover some of these special GCC features and learn how to use them in the Linux kernel.
Unit testing Web 2.0 apps using the Dojo Objective Harness
Dojo Objective Harness (DOH) provides a framework for handling asynchronous tests and browser tests for widgets through URL registration and iframe page loading. This the main features of the Dojo Objective Harness and describes its superior capabilities compared with other test harnesses for Web 2.0 applications.article demonstrates
Expand the capabilities of your Tomcat Web server
This tutorial is a must-have guide for any Web or application server administrator. Learn how to set up, configure, and secure your Tomcat server, and discover tips and tools for advanced deployment considerations.
Rational Requirements Composer v7.1 beta code
Download the IBM Rational Requirements Composer V7.1 open beta code and enhance your requirements elicitation and definition capabilities with this easy-to-use visualization and collaboration toolset.
Download a free trial of Websphere Business Modeler Adv. 6.1.1
IBM’s premier business process modeling and analysis tool for business users that offers process modeling, simulation, and analysis capabilities. The WebSphere Business Modeler helps you visualize, understand, and document business processes for continuous improvement.
Rational Developer for System z v7.1
Download a free trial version of IBM Rational Developer for System z, software that can help you deliver core development capabilities; the power of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE); and rapid application development support to diverse enterprise application development teams.
Monitor a simple business process with Websphere Business Monitor
This tutorial is more than a cookbook. It clearly explains the monitoring capabilities, defines choices you can make, and guides you through successful completion of the primary tasks. Using this guidance gives you get a deeper understanding of how you can use Business Monitor in your own environment.
Evaluate Rational Application Developer Online
You can now evaluate IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V7.0 without installing it on your own system! Visit developerWorks to learn more about this product and register to explore its capabilities online.
AIX 6 Open Beta
Download AIX 6 and start gaining experience today. AIX 6 extends the leadship features of AIX to include exciting new capabilities for virtualization, security, continuous availability and manageability.