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System variables used in Perl

Perl is a powerful, adaptable and dynamic programming language which is compiled each time before running. It was first developed by Larry Wall in late 1980s. Today we will discuss briefly the system variables used in Perl. The following are … Continue reading

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Build Your Private Chromium OS Chromebook

Introduction To Google Chromium OS Google Chromium OS is a Linux based open source operating system developed by Google, specifically designed to run web applications. It was launched on July 7, 2009. The downloaded source code can only be compiled … Continue reading

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Data storage challenges and introduction to Unified Data Storage

Data Storage Challenges: Meeting storage challenges requires in depth understanding of the need for more storage, finding out application performance issues and keeping a check on cost and technology. Thus managing traditional storage is a difficult task as they have … Continue reading

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File-handle or format variables

These are the special variables that are used for file or related operations. These need not be mentioned explicitly as they are initialized on successful file opening. Moreover each file-handle holds its own set of values. Some File handle or … Continue reading

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Basics Of Perl Special Variables

Perl is an open source, server side, high level dynamic programming language. Originally developed by Larry Wall in 1987. The basic rule of Perl is that a given task can be done in many ways. This is a very important … Continue reading

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A brief about Oracle Unified Storage

Oracle has made fantastic innovation in the field of unified data storage with hybrid storage pools and storage management tools. A. Hybrid storage pools This technology is combination of flash drives, HDD and Oracle’s ZFS.  ZFS adds to the performance. … Continue reading

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