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Issue #30: OpenDaylight – Are you ready for software-defined networking?

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This month we look at Big Data in the cloud and explore some office tools from Microsoft and Google.

Admin News
News for system administrators around the world.

OpenStack Sahara
Apache Hadoop is a popular tool for Big Data, but setting up a complete Hadoop environment can be difficult. OpenStack Sahara promises Hadoop at the push of a button.

Windows 10
Some of the changes and new features in the latest version of Windows 10 are worth a closer look. We provide the details.

Google Apps for Work
Check out Google’s toolkit for business in the cloud.

Cloud Foundry’s Sam Ramji
We talk with Sam Ramji, CEO of the Cloud Foundry Foundation.

Dhcpy6d
Even if you don’t have to have DHCP on your IPv6 network, you might want it anyway. Dhcpy6d is a promising DHCP option for IPv6.

OpenDaylight
OpenDaylight provides a flexible solution for setting up a software defined networking environment.

SDFS
Deduplicating filesystems like SDFS store redundant data only once, thereby saving valuable disk space. The filesystem can even distribute the data across multiple computer nodes.

recon-ng
Pen testers know the reconnaissance phase is all about finding data. The recon-ng framework helps you gather information on users.

Azure Site Recovery
We show you how to use the new business continuity service from Microsoft.

openQRM
This web-based management and cloud platform offers many popular Linux tools with no major configuration overhead.

MQTT
The MQTT protocol isn’t just for the Internet of Things.

Landscape
Canonical’s Landscape management environment is an admin’s friend when Ubuntu systems need patching, updating, and provisioning.

Persistent Memory
Persistent memory is non-volatile data storage in DIMM format. Losing power means you won’t lose data.

IoT Security
Common sense tips and open source tools for securing IoT devices.

Linux Containers
We check out the lightweight LXC 1.0 container solution.

Murano
Install and manage applications in the OpenStack cloud.

Nmap Scripting
Nmap does a great job with standard penetration testing, but for specific security analyses, you will want to develop your own test scripts.

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