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It’s World Backup Day! Here’s How You Can Preserve Your Files

A backup is a separate copy of your important and sentimental digital files and information. Storing all that data in one place, like a personal computer or smartphone, can prove unsafe. Creating another copy of that data through a backup will ensure that it’s stored and kept...

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3 ways to meet new hybrid expectations with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365

Five years ago, we embarked on an exciting journey with Microsoft Teams to build a hub for collaboration and teamwork. Video meetings were not the workplace norm, but it was clear from the beginning that the combination of asynchronous and synchronous collaboration...

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PostgreSQL load tuning on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

If your PostgresSQL database is running slowly, you might be wondering how you can tune your Red Hat Enterprise Linux server for a PostgreSQL database workload. In this post, I’ll walk you through how a customer tuned PostgreSQL for Red Hat Enterprise...

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.2 Public Beta (Beta 2) is out

NEW way of installing SLE Micro with SelfInstall iso images, they are equivalent to the respective .raw images, but instead of having to dump them to the storage device of the host, they can be booted from a CD or USB stick and the raw image will then be dumped to the selected...

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Extend the Value of Your IBM zSystems With Intelligent Automation

Today, we unveiled IBM® z16™. This next-generation system provides a range of new capabilities related to intelligent automation, designed to bring business value and agility to clients. I believe clients utilize the IBM zSystems platform for their workloads because of its...

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How to Implement Circuit Breaker Patterns

Microservices architecture has a lot of moving components, and it is distributed in nature. Distributed applications communicate over networks, which are inherently unreliable. Failures are inevitable when your services communicate with external components like databases, APIs, and remote services.

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