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Is Ubuntu becoming a big name in enterprise Linux servers?

Is Ubuntu becoming a big name in enterprise Linux servers?By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | March 14, 2012, 2:11pm PDTWhen you think of Ubuntu Linux, what do you think of? I would guess you think about the Linux desktop. While Ubuntu is certainly a big player—maybe the biggest—when it comes to the Linux desktop, Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu wants you to know that "A remarkable thing happened this year: companies started adopting Ubuntu over RHEL for large-scale enterprise workloads, in droves."Since last summer, Ubuntu has been more popular than Red Hat as a Web server.Shuttleworth makes this claim because, according to W3Tech, which surveys technologies used on the Web, shows that since July 2011 Ubuntu has overtaken Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for Web servers. According to W3Techs, as of February, "Ubuntu s now used on 6% of all Web servers, up from 4% one year ago."Shuttleworth choose Web servers for his benchmark because …

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Pengguna Gak Pede Pakai Open Source?

Achmad Rouzni Noor II : detikInetdetikcom - Jakarta, Banyak manfaat didapatkan dari menggunakan open source, salah satunya efisiensi. Tapi itu belum cukup untuk menarik minat masyarakat untuk menggunakannya.Salah satu hambatan yang dihadapi adalah rasa percaya diri untuk menggunakan peranti lunak berbasis terbuka tersebut. Apalagi selama ini sebagian masyarakat sudah lama terbiasa menggunakan software proprietary."Kadang yang jadi persoalan adalah ada semacam habitual dari sebagian masyarakat, kalau tidak pakai yang proprietary kurang percaya diri. Padahal sudah banyak kisah sukses dari open source seperti, sistem operasi komputer, handphone dan tablet, web browser, web server, office suite, database server," terang Kepala Pusat Informasi dan Humas Kementerian Komunfo Gatot S Dewa Broto, kepada detikINET, di Gedung Kemenkominfo, Jakarta, Selasa (13/3/2012).Gatot menambahkan kadang ada sejumlah hardware yang tidak didukung untuk penggunaan open source. Sedangkan sisi lain ka…

Biar Hemat dengan Open Source, Presiden Perlu Turun Tangan?

Selasa, 13/03/2012 17:41 WIBAchmad Rouzni Noor II : detikInetdetikcom - Jakarta, Open source sukses menekan biaya komputasi Pemda Pekalongan hingga Rp 32 miliar. Jika bisa menghemat pengeluaran demikian besar, mengapa program go open source ini tak diikuti oleh seluruh instansi pemerintah lainnya?Niat ini sejatinya sudah digaungkan sejak 2005 lalu. Bahkan, Kementerian Kominfo sempat bertekad untuk memigrasikan seluruh operating system yang ada di semua departemen dan instansi pemerintah ke open source pada akhir 2011 kemarin."Sudah berlangsung migrasi di banyak instansi pemerintah, tetapi belum full applicable," kata Kepala Pusat Informasi dan Humas Kementerian Kominfo, Gatot S Dewa Broto, kepada detikINET usai IOSA 2012, Selasa (13/3/2012)."Misalnya, kementerian 'A' sudah ada yang gunakan open source, tetapi hanya minoritas. Karena yang mayoritas tetap yang proprietary," lanjut Gatot.Ia pun berpendapat, agar open source bisa 'dipaksakan' jadi OS w…

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Mobile Business Intellegence - Intelegensi Bisnis diakses Mobile

Who benefits most from mobile BI?

For executives, who often spend time out of the office on handheld devices, iPads and so forth, mobile business intelligence provides a finger on the pulse of the business. It's also a natural fit for sales, the most "nomadic" members of a business. "The advantage to them is to see the immediacy of relevant information before they have a customer or prospect encounter -- that's really powerful stuff," Dresner said. "And then it's going to filter out from there, because anyone that uses BI has the need for mobile BI."

The executive level is where Kroll first focused its mobile business intelligence strategy, and the company has branched out since. Through mobile BI apps, its executive team can access a snapshot of what's going on in the business environment at any given time, Steffen said.

"That sounds like a lot of information -- and it is a lot of information -- but we actually do a lot of our trendi…