• IBM: Domino to support only enterprise Linux distros

    Enterprises are feeling the pain of impending, expensive Microsoft Exchange upgrades. As an alternative, IBM Lotus has been offering Domino-based products for Red Hat Inc. and SuSE Linux AG and says its commitment to Linux is going to grow. In this interview, Lotus' Linux strategist Ken Brunsen and...

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  • LinuxWorld: Sun boosts server power, fortifies Linux desktop

    Sun Microsystems has levied a salvo of Linux and server announcements to the masses with the hope of siphoning away some of the popularity of competitors IBM and HP.

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  • LinuxWorld: OpenLogic CTO says lock-in endangers open source, too; Windows’ GUI blocks Linux desktop

    Lack of support for open source apps remains a barrier to adoption, says OpenLogic Inc. CTO Ron Cope. In this interview, Cope discusses this and other open source issues, and talks about his company's announcements at this week's LinuxWorld conference.

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  • What’s the best Linux distro for my site and home users?

    I've been trying to read and learn as much as possible so I can implement a version of Linux at my site.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Truth and lies about Linux scalability

    In this interview, Peter Honeyman, director of the Linux Scalability Project (LSP), refutes claims that Linux lags behind in scalability. Honeyman also talks about the evolution of Linux's scalability and enhancements that are coming in the 2.6 kernel.

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  • Linux beats NAS in 11 TB storage migration, part 2

    The die was cast, and the IT team at Peoria, Ill.-based media company Dynamic Graphics Group had pledged its troth and money to a Linux cluster. Would Linux deliver the goods -- and the ROI? In part two of this migration story, Dynamic Graphics' IT director Todd Moore and Web developer Brian Kohles...

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  • Windows vs. Linux/OSS today, part 2: Linux experts see strong server, weak desktop

    A user- and integration-friendlier Linux could kick Microsoft's Windows server operating system out of the data center altogether -- one day. Today, however, Linux and open source software are powerhouses that need more fuel to outpace Windows in the server, desktop and applications areas,...

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  • SCO halts Linux invoice effort

    The SCO Group announced it would not pursue Unix licenses from commercial users of Linux. An analyst said SCO's efforts may be "running out of gas."

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: ProLiant server running SuSE sets new Oracle benchmark

    HP announced that a ProLiant server running SUSE Linux Enterprise 8 set a new clustered Oracle Applications Standard Benchmark, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle’s Solaris take-over, SUSE angst top Linux stories of the year

    Oracle’s takeover of Sun’s Solaris franchise, leaving its Linux priorities questionable, as well as Novell’s uncertain future fascinated SearchEnterpriseLinux.com readers in 2010.

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