I’ve recently saw a presentation by Stefano Fratepietro project leader of DEFT Linux, a live CD dedicated to the world of Computer Forensics, among the many interesting things shown in this presentation (expect a test drive Linux DEFT) there was also a small presentation of Xplico , a tool used to analyze a captured network [...]
Proxmox Ve is an Open Source project developed and maintained by Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH in Austria under the auspices of the Internet foundation of Austria (IPA) and it’s released under the GNU General public license 3. It is a solution based on Debian 6 Squeeze at 64 bit, which duly “customized”, allows to create a virtualization environment of type “bare metal” based on OpenVZ and KVM technologies.
Proxmox Virtual Environment, today announced the release of version 2.3. The version brings new compelling features like KVM live backup technology as well as the integration of the Ceph RBD (RADOS Block Device) as storage plugin.