Server Hugger – a sysadmin who like to able to touch their servers, typically to the point of obsession. Thus they must have data centers in their building or very nearby (which is becoming increasingly difficult). As read on GigaOM Trailer Park 2.0: Where your data lives. Server huggers like being near their servers -ñ […]
Archives for November 2008
Spinning Rust – term for conventional hard disk drives with motors and using ferrous-based platters for data storage. Probably derogatory now that Flash Drives are beginning to replace conventional drives.
Safari (or Webkit) has a neat debugging feature built in. It is available in both OS X and Windows versions. When testing performance of websites through application inspection on firewalls or load balancer it can be a useful tool to get visibility.
Term to describe the “add on selling” of Network Management applications as an upgrade to your network. Approximately the equivalent of asking “would you like fries with that” when ordering network equipment with the same outcome – you can’t really eat that many fries and sugary drink, but you can’t help buy it when you […]
Couple of weeks ago I posted Top 5 things about Cisco’s Viral Marketing announcement. How did I do ?