Welcome to the first in a two-part series examining server technology. Microsoft's new server platform,Windows Server 2012 is nearing release, but Linux also offers a stable platform. This series will examine some of the highlights of these platforms. This week, we'll consider the windows platform.
The web has been buzzing with news about Apple's WWDC 2012. One of the strongest eye catchers is the new MacBook Pro. Check out this Engadget video to see what it looks like. For those who aren't quite ready to jump to the new MacBook pro,there is still hope. Several sites offer tips to help users
Two of the most common server platforms used today are Microsoft's IIS , and Apache , but there's a new kid on the block, and it's got quite a foothold, Node.js. What is ausing major companies to abandon the standards in favor of this new server platform? What is an event-based server, and why is
Moving Business Logic Client-side Jumps Server Performance In many server configurations, a user sends an HTTP request, the server crunches data, often sending requests of its own to an SQL server, then it sends the data over the wire. Slashdot encourages users, "Optimize PHP and Accelerate Apache."
In recent news, this ArsTechnica articlereports that Intel has plans to make the Xeon Haswell-EX processor compatible with DDR4 SDRam, the next generation memory module, in 2014. Many have not yet heard of the astounding benefits of this type of memory module. Servers as well as notebooks will