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I heard the term SDE used today, and when I asked what it was I was told “Software Defined Everything.” Um, ok, but what is Software Defined Everything? It...

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How many Moonshot microservers can fit in a standard 42U rack?

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What are the big differences between Yosemite and previous versions of OS X? Anything exciting to look forward to?

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