Short for Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environment, SPICE is a hosted virtual desktop protocol and a key part of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops. The SPICE protocol is designed to optimize performance by automatically adapting to the graphics and communications environment that it is running in. SPICE was initially developed by Qumranet; however, in 2008 Red Hat purchased Qumranet and in 2009 Red Hat announced it would open source SPICE.
- access control entry
Abbreviated as ACE, access control entry is an entry in an access control list (ACL) that will grant or deny a user or group access to a resource.
Also called dual active, it is a phrase used to describe a network of independent processing nodes where each node has access to a replicated database giving each node access and usage of a single application. In an active-active system all requests are load-balanced across all available processing capacity. Where a failure occurs on a […]
In spreadsheets, rows are numbered horizontal groups of cells. Contrast with column, which are vertical rows of cells, usually identified by letters.
In computer systems and networking, availability is a general term that is used to describe the amount of time over a one-year period that the system resources is available in the wake of component failures in the system.
- calculated column
In spreadsheets a calculated column is one that has been formatted to use a single formula that automatically adjusts for each row.