Enterprise Linux Log:

June, 2008


June 25, 2008  11:07 PM

At Usenix ’08, worker productivity focus a bone of contention



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Linux

At Usenix '08, held in Boston June 22-27, many system administrators bemoaned the newfound emphasis on worker productivity, complaining that their bosses' attempts to measure their work has in fact hindered their work. Managers are...

June 25, 2008  4:01 PM

Fedora 9 LiveUSB: Operating systems on the go



Posted by: Lauren Horwitz
Administration, interoperability and integration, Fedora Linux, open standards, Red Hat

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/sgz7PgBA9EA" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] This blog post was written by Matt McDonough, assistant editor. If the enthusiasm of Fedora Project ...


June 24, 2008  2:28 PM

Red Hat/Groundwork faciliate university’s high-performance computing



Posted by: Msant
Clusters, grids and mainframes, HPC, Linux, Red Hat

At the University of Utah, scientists who require access to computational resources rely on the Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC), a facility that maintains 872 nodes across three clusters. To run those clusters, the CHPC relies on...


June 20, 2008  12:36 PM

Red Hat Summit draws record crowds; attendance up 50%



Posted by: Dkr
Linux, Red Hat, TechTarget Blogs, Uncategorized

This post was written by Pam Derringer, news writer. Red Hat Inc. attracted about 1,500 attendees to its fourth annual Red...

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June 19, 2008  8:43 PM

Support booth a hit at Red Hat Summit



Posted by: Dkr
Linux, Open source applications, Red Hat, Security, TechTarget Blogs, Uncategorized, Updates and upgrades

This post was written by Pam Derringer, news writer.

Business was brisk at Iain Gray's support booth during the fourth annual Red Hat Summit this week in Boston.

Offered for the first time, the highly visible red and white booth was...


June 19, 2008  6:19 PM

Red Hat previews virtual management tool



Posted by: Msant
Administration, interoperability and integration, authentication, KVM, Linux, Linux kernel, Red Hat, Virtualization

At a mid-morning session during the Red Hat Summit in Boston today, a standing-room only crowd of more than 125 attendees got a preview of oVirt, a “next-generation open...


June 19, 2008  2:15 PM

Intel executive asserts commitment to open source



Posted by: Msant
Hardware issues, Linux, Open source applications, Red Hat, Virtualization

During the partner keynote presentation at the Red Hat Summit today, Boyd Davis, the general manager of server platforms group marketing at Intel Corp., reiterated...


June 18, 2008  3:51 PM

IBM makes the case for cloud computing at Red Hat Summit



Posted by: Lauren Horwitz
Clusters, grids and mainframes, Data center physical infrastructure, Linux, Red Hat, Supercomputing, TechTarget Blogs, Virtualization

This post was written by Bridget Botelho, news writer. The first hour of keynote addresses at the fourth annual Red Hat Summit at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston wrapped up with Jim Stallings, the general manager of enterprise systems division of IBM.

Stallings talked for about...


June 18, 2008  2:52 PM

Red Hat Summit heats up with fire alarm



Posted by: Dkr
Linux

Fire alarms blared and barely audible announcements urged Red Hat Summit attendees to evacuate the Hynes Convention Center at about 10:15 a.m. but no one heeded the call and left the building. Can't beat open source for really hot stuff! So far, it's agenda as scheduled.


June 18, 2008  2:43 PM

Great planning coincides Red Hat Summit, Celtics victory, CEO says



Posted by: Dkr
Enterprise applications for Linux, Linux, open standards, Red Hat, SELinux

Red Hat CEO and President Jim Whitehurst began his opening keynote of Red Hat’s fourth annual Summit today by crediting event organizers for coordinating the Summit event with last night’s Celtics victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.

“We got...


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