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  • Sun adds Linux support to Sun Ray thin clients

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  • Sun launches Linux-flavoured iPlanet Application Server

    Sun Microsystems has launched a version of the iPlanet Application Server that will run on the Linux operating system.

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  • Storage VP: Red Hat Gluster, Ceph see faster start than Linux

    Red Hat vows to improve file and database-as-a-service features for its open source storage software while also planning to tackle hyper-convergence.

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  • Does Red Hat need to change its pricing model for storage?

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  • Red Hat intends to fix ‘broken’ Ceph storage price model

    Red Hat plans changes to subscription pricing model for Ceph software based on customer feedback, according to the director of product management.

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  • Red Hat support evolves with new Access Insights services

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  • Five tools to enable Linux automation, monitoring and backup

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  • Oracle, Red Hat jump on the mobile bandwagon with MBaaS

    Oracle and Red Hat have both introduced mobile backend services to gain new customers for their other cloud services.

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