This paper describes Virtuozzo Automator - a Web-base interface for Virtuozzo nodes and virtual environments hosted by them.
Virtuozzo Automator which provides Web interface for managing a set of machines with Virtuozzo is targeted to system administrators. But what if one wants to provide ordinary user with possibility to manage his virtual environments?
This task is solved by Birtuozzo PowerPanel described in this paper.
This paper describes Virtuozzo Storage - a product from Virtuozzo product line which can be used to turn hard drives from several servers into distributed, fault-tolerant cluster able to store data of virtual environments.
This paper is devoted to Virtuozzo backup and migration tools. We describe how one can backup and restore virtual environments and migrate them between physical servers.
This article covers approach called web-scale IT that enables organizations to build =Google or Amazon-level IT. It highlights web-scale IT main elements: SDDC, automatization, convergence and hyper-convergence, resilience of system, flash storage, microservices, DevOps. Author presents agent-based control plane architecture to build web-scale infrastructure.
The article is devoted to a distributed control system based on reconfigurable multi-pipeline computing environment. The architecture of the system is given. Also, the basic characteristics and functional properties of the system are given too. The article presents a rationale for the choice of the operating system. The basic advantages of the system in comparison with existing similar developments are shown in the article.
Internet as a globalized web not only unites computers around the world but also provides a unique “construction site” for various kinds of communication and interaction, for web creativity as well. An artist has a possibility to make a net-art piece and release it for millions of users. One of Internet’s features is interactivity: a viewer-user can take part in developing a net-art piece becoming an artist’s co-author.
Net art has emerged recently (in comparison to painting for example) however it has already affected the contemporary culture strongly, revealing new types of communication and creative interactions.
The development of modern IT tools is a key vector of development in the management of dangerous natural phenomena and geosciences. The development and implementation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and technologies greatly facilitate terrain monitoring and streamline natural resource records. GIS tools are not one program, but a package of programs that differ several times not only in the interface, but also in the capabilities of working with data. Usually, the one that allows you to best solve the task is chosen from this package of programs. An example of the selection of effective tools and related research in the framework of working with BigGeoData using the example of aeromonitoring is presented in the article.