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Friday, November 26, 2010

Welcome to the 2010 Open Source Awards : Packt Open Source Awards 2010

The Open Source Awards is a contest that aims to encourage, support,
recognize and reward Open Source projects.

The winners of the 2010 Open Source Awards are listed below.

To identify the excellence among Open Source projects, public votes
for the finalists in each category were combined with ratings from a
panel of Judges.


Winners


Open Source CMS

Every Content Management System (CMS) that is based on one of the Open
Source licenses were eligible to participate in this category.

We are pleased to announce that CMS Made Simple has won the Open
Source CMS category in the 2010 Open Source Awards.

Winner: CMS Made Simple

1st Runner up: SilverStripe

2nd Runner up: MODx


Congratulations to CMS Made Simple and commiserations to the Open
Source projects that took part in the finals for this category but
just missed out.
Hall of Fame CMS

This category is reserved for those CMSes that have won the Open
Source CMS Award at least once in previous years.

We are pleased to announce that WordPress has won the Hall of Fame CMS
category in the 2010 Open Source Awards.*

Winner: WordPress

1st Runner up: Drupal

2nd Runner up: Joomla!

*As a result of a tie between Drupal and WordPress, an extra
independent judge Mark King was brought in for a decisive vote.

Congratulations to WordPress and a thank you to Drupal and Joomla! for
taking part in the Awards this year.
Most Promising Open Source Project

All Open Source projects, that have had its first release date less
than two years from 9 August, 2010, were eligible to participate in
this category.

We are pleased to announce that Pimcore has won the Most Promising
Open Source Project category in the 2010 Open Source Awards.

Sponsored by OpenCandy

Winner: Pimcore

1st Runner up: TomatoCMS

2nd Runner up: BuddyPress

Congratulations to Pimcore and commiserations to the Open Source
projects that took part in the finals for this category but just
missed out.
Open Source E-Commerce Applications

This category is reserved for the type of web applications that
simplify buying and selling of products on the Internet.

We are pleased to announce that PrestaShop has won the Open Source
E-Commerce Applications category in the 2010 Open Source Awards.

Winner: PrestaShop

1st Runner up: OpenCart

2nd Runner up: Tomato Cart

Congratulations to PrestaShop and commiserations to the Open Source
projects that took part in the finals for this category but just
missed out.
Open Source Graphics Software

This category, as the name suggests, is for all Graphic Application
Software that is used for graphic design, multimedia development,
specialized image development, general image editing, or simply to
access graphic files.

We are pleased to announce that Blender has won the Open Source
Graphics Software category in the 2010 Open Source Awards.

Winner: Blender

1st Runner up: GIMP

2nd Runner up: Inkscape

Congratulations to Blender and commiserations to the Open Source
projects that took part in the finals for this category but just
missed out.
Open Source JavaScript Libraries

This category is reserved for JavaScript libraries, libraries of
pre-written JavaScript controls which allow for easier development of
RIAs (Rich Internet Applications), visually enhanced applications or
smoother server-side JavaScript functionalities.

We are pleased to announce that jQuery has won the Open Source
JavaScript Libraries category in the 2010 Open Source Awards.

Winner: jQuery

1st Runner up: Mootools and Raphaël

Congratulations to jQuery and commiserations to the Open Source
projects that took part in the finals for this category but just
missed out.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Gartner Identifies Four Converging Trends That Will Change the Face of IT and Business

Analysts Look Back and Forward 20 Years in IT as Gartner Celebrates 20 Years of Symposium/ITxpoSydney, Australia, November 15, 2010 — 
From social media to intelligent devices to cloud computing, evaluating how these technologies fit into an organization and their impact on the bottom line will become a critical function of the C-level executive, according to Gartner, Inc. In future, the impact of IT on revenue will be directly related to the financial compensation of CIOs.
Speaking in the keynote presentation at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Sydney this morning, Peter Sondergaard, senior vice president at Gartner and global head of Research, said that particularly in the high-growth markets of Asia Pacific, successful organizations are those that can quickly evolve their strategies from recessionary cost control to innovative implementations of technology that generate revenue.
Gartner Symposium/ITxpo is celebrating its 20th anniversary around the world in 2010, and Mr. Sondergaard looked at how during that time IT has transformed business, launched new industries, and helped drive the global economy.
“At the heart of the change in the next 20 years will be intelligence drawn from information,” Mr. Sondergaard said. “Information will be the ‘oil of the 21st century’. It will be the resource running our economy in ways not possible in the past.”
Gartner has identified four broad trends that will change IT, and the economy, in the next 10 years:
  1. Cloud
  2. Business impact of social computing
  3. Context Aware Computing
  4. Pattern Based Strategy
Cloud computing is a style of computing where scalable and elastic IT-related capabilities are provided “as a service” to external customers using Internet technologies. It constitutes the basis of a discontinuity that amounts to a new opportunity to shape the relationship between those who use IT services and those who sell them.
“Cloud computing will transform the IT industry as it will alter the financial model upon which investors look at technology providers, and it will change vertical industries, making the impact of the Internet on the music industry look like a minor bleep,” said Mr. Sondergaard. “For the CIO, it will require a shift from multisourcing to microsourcing, which is quite a different skill.”
The second major trend is the business impact of social computing. Not simply more platforms such as Facebook or Twitter, the real impact will come as the underlying ethos, culture and attitudes which shape social computing and have driven growth to date, pervade the enterprise and blur the boundaries between personal and professional activities.
“The rigid business processes which dominate enterprise organizational architectures today are well suited for routine, predictable business activities. But they are poorly suited to support people who’s jobs require discovery, interpretation, negotiation and complex decision-making,” Mr. Sondergaard said. “Social computing, not Facebook, or Twitter, or LinkedIn, but the technologies and principals behind them will be implemented across and between all organizations, it will unleash yet to be realized productivity growth, it will contribute to economic growth.”
The third major trend impacting IT leaders is Context Aware Computing. The proliferation and availability of wireless technologies – coupled with an explosion of super intelligent devices – notebooks, tablets and smartphones -- in the hands of consumers– linked to cost effective compute and communication capabilities in all physical products – has created a new Internet fabric.
“This enables the creation of software and services that will blend data, text, graphics, audio and video with context such location, language, desires, feelings. Services not imagined today will use people’s location – whether physical or virtual - as the foundation and then use data that determine your patterns of behavior, your desires,” Mr. Sondergaard said. “Context Aware Computing while linear in its impact on IT will have profound impact on organizations, on the way we do business.”
The last trend is Pattern-Based Strategy. A Pattern-Based Strategy provides a framework to proactively seek patterns from traditional and non-traditional sources, model their impact, and adapt according to the needs of the pattern.
This builds on pattern-based technologies such as social network analysis, context aware technologies and predictive analytic tools. It will allow IT leaders to seek-out patterns amidst the burgeoning information sources and model future possibilities.
“The combination of these four trends creates an unimaginable force impacting not just IT and the IT industry, but the capability of business and government,” Mr. Sondergaard said. “Each of these four trends is about driving IT business value. Whether IT acts now or not, the combination of these trends will drive dramatic change in your enterprises’ business model and strategy.”
A video replay of Mr. Sondergaard’s keynote will be available via the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo Webinar Series. The webinar series will provide full video replays of the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo keynotes, as well as selected Gartner analyst presentation. More information is available at http://mediazone.brighttalk.com/event/Gartner/27d8d40b22-4312-intro.

Gartner: 5 tips for cutting data center power consumption

Gartner: 5 tips for cutting data center power consumption

By Heather Clancy | November 24, 2010, 5:56am PST

Summary

When market research and advisory firm Gartner decided to remove green data centers from its list of strategic imperatives for 2011, the decision was met with some gnashing of teeth. But, frankly, the decision didn’t really surprise me all that much because energy efficiency, space optimization, infrastructure consolidation, and proper disposal of outdated technologies have [...]

Heather Clancy

Heather Clancy
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist with a passion for green technology and corporate sustainability issues. Her articles have appeared in Entrepreneur, Fortune Small Business, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Times. In a past corporate life, Heather was editor of Computer Reseller News, where she was a featured speaker about everything from software as a service to IT security to mobile computing.
Heather started her journalism life as a business writer with United Press International in New York. She holds a B.A. in English literature from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and has a thing for Lewis Carroll.

When market research and advisory firm Gartner decided to remove green data centers from its list of strategic imperatives for 2011, the decision was met with some gnashing of teeth. But, frankly, the decision didn’t really surprise me all that much because energy efficiency, space optimization, infrastructure consolidation, and proper disposal of outdated technologies have become mainstream — almost commonplace — for data center IT managers. In other words, energy efficiency is not a separate concern, it’s probably the primary concern after resiliency.
The spirit of that decision makes itself felt in new Gartner commentary on data center design imperatives. According to Gartner, the trend toward higher density will be felt through 2012 — that’s density both in terms of the compute resources that are placed on the data center floor and the density of the power and cooling equipment supporting that equipment. The reason this is important is pretty simple: if current trends continue, the energy needed to operate a server over a three year period of time will actually exceed the cost of the technology itself. That is a fairly sobering concept.
According to Dave Cappuccio, chief of infrastructure research for Gartner, who is quoted on this topic in a recent press release, “at current energy rates, a 40-kilowatt rack could cost upward of $5,400 per server per year.”
But high-density designs could push a 300 percent increase in capacity in about 60 percent less space than current data centers, according to his research team.
Gartner recommends five this you can do in order to reduce power consumption. None of these are exactly rocket science and I’ve written about all of them before, but they bear repeating:
  1. Use row and rack-based cooling for high-density equipment, which apparently can reduce energy usage by up to 15 percent
  2. Build and provision only what is needed
  3. User air-side economizers in geographies where they work (you may already have air handlers that support this)
  4. Scrutinize floor layouts for optimal air movement
  5. Virtualize everywhere you can, especially on commodity hardware that eat up a lot of electricity
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Check out Untangle 8.0's new Bandwidth Control feature

Check out Untangle 8.0's new Bandwidth Control feature

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In a number of posts previously, I've mentioned the Untangle appliance and its features for providing Internet gateway connectivity. Recently, Untangle 8.0 has been released with the Bandwidth Control feature and, much to my satisfaction, a virtual appliance deployment option for Untangle 8.0 I have used Untangle for a few years for the Internet connectivity and network management for my personal lab. For that network, I provide DNS, DHCP, content filtering, and port and protocol management all for free with the Untangle Lite Package. This includes a number of additional free features such as spam blocker, firewall, captive portal, OpenVPN support, Intrusion Prevention, and virus blocker modules. Untangle 8's new feature is Bandwidth Control, which allows base services to be prioritized at the server level and for quotas to be utilized. For example, Windows Update Internet traffic can be prioritized to be allocated a low amount of the Internet bandwidth. This can be critical if there is no central deployment server for this traffic, such as Microsoft System Center Systems Management Server. Likewise, critical services such as web traffic to business partner websites can be given high priority. Untangle's Bandwidth Control can be implemented per user, per site, or per application; giving flexible administration options. Figure A shows a Bandwidth Control panel within Untangle 8.0:

Figure A

Click image to enlarge.

Bandwidth Control is available with Untangle Premium Package and Education Premium Package. It can be purchased separately for $25 per month. The other recent development with Untangle that caught my eye is that it is now available as a virtual appliance for 8.0. On the Untangle Wiki, there are instructions on how to set up Untangle as an OVA (open virtual appliance) using the newest version. I have used Untangle exclusively as a virtual machine, and have been happy thus far along. Are you using Untangle 8.0? Share your configuration strategies and upgrade process below.

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November 23, 2010 @ 6:00 am


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