Wednesday, December 16, 2009
... and here what Google "says" about openQRM Enterprise.
btw: the "here" link above points to the google-translate engine which then outputs in tss meaning "speak". By clicking on the link Google speaks the sentence given as the parameter.
As reported this is not supported by all browser. ;) works fine here on Linux/Firefox.
Thursday, August 20, 2009
... and lets try to install a Hypervisor within the double embedded Linux in a webbrowser and to run some virtual machines on it LOL.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
she: we are kind little crazy browsing emails/web at 2:30 a.m. in holiday ...
me: yes, right, but my notebook-batteries will last longer ...
she: ok, but I am connected to the power-suppy :P
Saturday, April 18, 2009
I would like to suggest to try out openQRM. That way you can perfectly separate "hardware" (virtual or phyiscal) from "software" (your server-images). With openQRM you are completely independent from any virtual disk-image format. Server-images in openQRM are "just" root-filesystems and you can deploy them to virtual machines of any type and also transparently migrate them to other virtualization technologies and even to physical machines at any time without touching or changing your server-image in any way.
.. just my 2 cents, i can perfectly live without OVF
Thursday, April 9, 2009
As Free and Open Source software have matured, they have taken a central and critical place in the enterprise. This new approach in licensing software has impact on all levels of business: internal developments, relations with suppliers, liability, etc All this happens in a legal environment that might not have been prepared to the arrival of this approach.
This event will take a closer look at the legal questions arising from the use of Free and Open Source licensed software in a company’s infrastructure, both as an end-user and as a provider.
Speakers are all specialists and will share their knowledge with you during their talks covering these topics:
* Understanding Free and Open Source licenses (Ywein Van den Brande)
* Impact on business conduct: liability, due diligence processes Benjamin Docquir
* Problems encountered by a FOSS developer (Bruno Lowagie)
* code auditing tools , fossology
* EUPL: Why it exists and why it matters (Philippe Laurent)
* Impact on contractual documents (Benjamin Jean)
All details about this event and the registration form are available at the Profoss website at http://www.profoss.eu