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  • Cloud computing
     → Apr/May 2013
    Deploy warfighter applications faster with open source Platform-as-a-Service

    Deploy warfighter applications faster with open source Platform-as-a-Service

    David Egts (Red Hat)
    Up-and-coming Web startups are leapfrogging each other to market using Internet-hosted Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) technologies. PaaS allows these startups to innovate rapidly by focusing more time on their mission and less time managing hardware and software. Can the warfighter benefit from PaaS t... [read more]

    Virtualization
     → April/May 2012
    Secure virtualization for tactical environments

    Secure virtualization for tactical environments

    David Egts (Red Hat)
    Virtualization bestows significant benefits on the warfighter, including consolidation, uniformity, live migration, and performance, but only if that sensitive tactical data can rely on secure hypervisors.

    security
     → March 2011

    Protecting your Linux server from root password-guessing attacks

    Don R. Crawley (Soundtraining.net)
    Protecting the Linux server from security breaches is an ever-increasing issue, and an examination of using cryptographic keys for the SSH root login provides insight on the issue.

    Scientific applications
     → November 2008
    Data acquisition embedded in the Antarctic ice sheet

    Data acquisition embedded in the Antarctic ice sheet

    Justin Vandenbroucke (University of California, Berkeley Department of Physics)
    Embedded technologies help researchers control, monitor, and acquire data from systems located at an almost completely inaccessible site where winter temperatures sometimes reach -80 °C.

    Linux
     → August 2009
    Overcoming the challenges of embedded Linux product development

    Overcoming the challenges of embedded Linux product development

    Maciej Halasz (Timesys )
    Expert Linux support and tools can help reduce development time, risk, and cost.

    Vetronics
     → April/May 2012

    Smart displays meet military vetronics demands for reduced SWaP and better security

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    A supplemental snapshot to "Lowering cost per mile in military vehicles drives vetronics designs," in which Editorial Director John McHale takes an introspective look into the smart displays being mounted in military vehicles.

    Software
     → 2010 RESOURCE GUIDE
    Java simplifies system management of PICMG hardware

    Java simplifies system management of PICMG hardware

    Hank Bruning (JBlade)
    Manipulating the IPMI infrastructure found in PICMG hardware with Java software frees system integrators and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to develop software without being limited to single-vendor hardware solutions.

    Linux
     → Summer 2002

    Embedded Linux on PC/104

    Eric Finster (Micro/sys. Inc.)
    This article looks at the Linux beast from a definitely "PC/104 angle". It will ask, then answer, a number of critical questions related to application, development environment, tool chain, drivers, and applications.

    Linux
     → Summer 2001

    Linux PC sends electric usage data over TCP/IP, saving $9,000/month line charges

    Frank Pellitta (Arcom Control Systems)
    This article describes a real world embedded Linux application, why developers chose embedded Linux, and presents feedback on the success or failure of the choice to use embedded Linux.

    High availability
     → May 2000

    High-Availability Linux

    Larry Cruz (Motorola Computer Group)
    While CompactPCI provides the fundamental bus architecture for embedded systems platforms for the telecommunications industry, additional hardware and software is required to provide a system that is “highly available” and worthy of being deployed in critical telecommunication infrastructure applica... [read more]

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