Shortly after the Samba team finalized Samba 4 in December 2012, SerNet and Univention integrated the new Samba into their appliances that give administrators an easy way to set up and test a Samba 4-based Active Directory domain controller.
Fedora is a trend-setting distribution that sets the pace for future developments of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Administrators, regardless of whether they use Fedora, are well advised to look at the newest innovations of the Fedora distribution.
Making your systems really secure can be a bit more complicated than resorting to the use of regular passwords. In this article, we provide an overview of authentication solutions and present potential approaches for common use cases.
Virtual machines seem to be ideal for spare capacity. They are easy to create and remove – if only all those time-consuming administrative tasks like assigning IP addresses, setting up backups, and monitoring were more manageable. Having the right tools can help.
Windows is no longer the system for mouse pushers. In the latest server version, the default installation installs without a GUI, and management via PowerShell is a part of everyday life for Windows administrators.
IPv6 includes Mobile IPv6, a new standard for communication with mobile devices, which ensures permanent accessibility regardless of your current location. In this article, we provide an overview of Mobile IPv6 functionality.
The Matlab numerical computing environment is a good candidate for HPC systems applications, but a number of free and open source Matlab-like tools are available as well: Scilab, GNU Octave, and FreeMat have a large number of built-in computational routines and are easily programmed.