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Virtues of virtualization

You are probably unaware of it, but you are using virtual machines (also known as “VMs”) every day. Your favorite...

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Put it in a container — software is easy to transport and run

We have sung the praises of software containerization for some time now, with a couple of well attended events on...

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Putting new Spark in research computing

Beginning last year, Duke OIT’s Mark McCahill started working with Apache Spark as a resource for students in the Statistical...

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Construct3D 2017 – first national conference

Registration is now open for the first national academic 3D printing conference, Construct3D 2017, which will bring together leaders and...

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3D printing and 21st century research

Chip Bobbert can turn electronic bits into sculpture. He is one of the driving forces behind Duke’s growing 3D printing...

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New Frontiers in Data and Computation

New Frontiers in Data and Computation on January 20, 2017, concludes the three days of the Duke Research Computing Symposium at the Great...

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Poster competition for the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium

The winners of the 2017 Duke Research Computing Symposium poster competition and the Scholars@Duke Data Visualization Challenge are: For the...

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An even bigger Symposium in January 2017!

The Duke Research Computing Symposium will take place over three days in January 2017, following the success of the event...

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Visualizing Scholars@Duke – A data visualization challenge

The Office of the Vice Provost for Research is announcing a data visualization challenge focused on a rich dataset describing...

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October is IT security month. How about cleaning up those logins?

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month [http://staysafeonline.org/], and there are things you can do to keep things safe for...

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