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ns3

An Introduction to ns-3

This article is the first in a new series on ns-3, which is a discrete event network simulator for Internet systems, meant primarily for research and educational use. The ns-3 project seeks to…

Barun

Open Source Technology Is A Must In The World Of Storage

If a recent statistic is to be believed, the ability to provide applications with predictable, high performance in less physical space has led IDC to forecast a 46 per cent compound annual growth…

kristin

10 Best WordPress Plugins that will boost the Search of your Website

Are you keen to progress your WordPress site search? Well you all must be aware that the default search feature of WordPress is moderately restraining. Yet numerous WordPress search plugins are available which…

José Miguel Parrella, CTO, Microsoft

We have a fairly mature open source strategy, though it’s not perfect”

José Miguel Parella, open source CTO at Microsoft, and Balaji Kesavraj, director – platform strategy & marketing, Microsoft, were both at Open Source India (OSI) held at Bengaluru in November last year. In…

A Guide For Integrating Bootstrap To Build A WP Theme

There is no doubt that the responsive design is the most preferred design technique, which helps one to efficiently target a gigantic user base. Especially, with the proliferation of mobile devices, a responsive…

magento

Why Magento is a Perfect E-Commerce Platform?

Magento, the open source PHP based e-commerce platform, paves path for itself with help of robust features and extreme flexibility to business owners in managing several aspects of content, appearance and functionalities of…

All checks in place!

Securing Apache, Part 10: mod_security

Right from Part 1 of this series, we’ve covered the major types of attacks being done on Web applications — and their security solutions. In this article, I will reveal the tremendous capabilities…

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