Apt-cacher-ng Server
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on 24th March 2014 / by sandeep.sasikumar
Apt-cacher-ng can be defined as an apt proxy which caches the packages which you download locally on your computer. Consider you are using a network of computers and you have to install a package on each system then it will be great to configure an apt-cacher-ng on any system in your network so that it will cache the packages once they have been downloaded. Read on to know how to configure Apt-cacher-ng server in Ubuntu Technical Solution Ubuntu Apt-cacher-ng Server Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
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on 23rd December 2013 / by Thomas
This is a white paper on guesstimation of per employee revenue in the SME space in the Indian IT industry. This was prepared during the process of evaluation of our billing rates to compare our rates with the market standards. Technical Solution Ubuntu Apt-cacher-ng Server Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Dr. K.T. John (not verified) access_time 26 Oct 2020 - 15:25 I must commend the very worthwhile effort by the authors to develop some metrices that companies can use to bench-mark themselves with others. The figures will no doubt be different for companies developing and marketing their software product, compared to those purely doing development on a time and materials basis. On addition, I would suggest a few more factors to consider: Firstly, "how occupied are the employees?". I hate the term "utilisation", as it tends to dehumanise one's effort, but cannot think of a better alternative. Secondly, "what is the maturity level of the organisation?", as higher maturity levels, in general, promote higher efficiency. Thirdly, "what IP is being generated, and how this is being exploited?". Add new comment