TrueNAS Scale - Linux based backup software
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TrueNAS Scale is the latest addition to the TrueNAS family of storage solutions from iXsystems. It is a highly scalable, enterprise-grade storage platform that allows organizations to easily manage and grow their storage capacity as their needs evolve.
One of the key features of TrueNAS Scale is its ability to support a wide range of storage protocols and technologies. The platform includes support for NFS, SMB, iSCSI, and other protocols, making it easy to integrate with a variety of systems and applications.
In addition to its broad protocol support, TrueNAS Scale also offers a range of advanced features for managing and optimizing storage capacity. These include support for thin provisioning, which allows users to allocate storage on demand, and the ability to create storage pools and manage disk quotas, providing greater control and flexibility.
Citrix Managed Azure
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Citrix Managed Azure is a service that allows organizations to deploy virtual machines in Azure, with the capacity managed and maintained by Citrix. This service is intended to provide a separate Azure subscription for contractor hires, mergers and acquisitions, or temporary workers, offering the same benefits of scale with additional isolation from the primary Azure subscription.
Brief intro to Citrix DaaS (formerly Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service)
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Citrix is a leading provider of virtualization and remote access solutions. Its latest software, Citrix Daas (formely Virtual Apps and Desktops), provides users with secure and flexible access to applications and desktops from any device, anywhere.
As Citrix states with this software you can:
Deliver desktop as a service (DaaS) from any cloud or datacenter.
Read more: Brief intro to Citrix DaaS (formerly Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service)
Brief Intro to Vmware Workstation Pro 17
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VMware Workstation Pro 17 , is the latest version of VMware's popular virtualization platform. It allows users to create and run multiple virtual machines on a single physical server, providing a convenient and efficient way to run multiple operating systems and applications simultaneously.
One of the key features of the latest version of VMware Workstation Pro is its support for a wide range of operating systems, such as Windows 11. The platform allows users to create virtual machines that run Windows, Linux, Macintosh and other operating systems, providing the flexibility to run a variety of applications on a single physical server.
Brief intro to Proxmox 7
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Proxmox 7 is the latest version of the popular open-source virtualization platform. It allows users to easily create and manage virtual machines, containers, and other resources on a single physical server.
One of the key features of Proxmox 7 is its ability to support multiple hypervisors, including KVM and LXC. This means that users can run a variety of different operating systems and applications on the same server, providing greater flexibility and efficiency.
OpenAI - ChatGPT is here and the future will be...weird!
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ChatGPT is a powerful language model developed by OpenAI. It is based on the GPT-3 technology, which allows it to generate human-like text and hold conversations on a wide range of topics.
One of the key features of ChatGPT is its ability to provide relevant and accurate responses to user input. This is made possible by the vast amount of data that the model has been trained on, which includes a wide range of conversational texts and dialogue. As a result, ChatGPT is able to understand the context of a conversation and provide appropriate responses.
Read more: OpenAI - ChatGPT is here and the future will be...weird!
Create an Ubuntu 20.10 VM on Vmware Workstation
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There are numerous reasons why someone would use a virtual machine on his/her computer. One of the reasons is to actual learn an operating system. Another one and probably most common is to test things out before actually implementing in a production environment. For all geeks out there creating vms, docker containers and the likes it's actually a...hobby!
Let's start with a simple guide in order to install Ubuntu 20.10 Desktop Edition.
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