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April 21, 2009  6:13 PM

Open source community reacts to Oracle-Sun deal



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Innobase, Java, MySQL, open source, Open source Solaris, Oracle, PostGreSQL, sun microsystems

Yesterday’s news that Oracle had entered an agreement to buy Sun sent a bit of a shock wave through the open source community. After weeks of pondering what an IBM buyout of Sun would mean, the IT community now had an entirely different scenario unfolding. The news was the first thing I...

February 18, 2009  5:39 PM

Ubuntu gains another win in major server certification quest



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Canonical, HP, HP ProLiant, Linux, sun microsystems, Ubuntu Linux, x86 servers

The little distribution that could, Ubuntu Linux Server Edition supported by Canonical Ltd., announced that it was on its way to achieving certification on Hewlett-Packard's ProLiant x86 servers. According to Canonical's blog post on the...


October 28, 2008  7:33 PM

SE-Postgres tightens SQL security



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, DataManagement, Linux, PostGreSQL, Security

This post was contributed by Joshua Kramer. For more information about Kramer, go to the EnterpriseLinuxLog About the Editors page.


August 27, 2008  8:21 PM

Red Hat tight-lipped on breach, but risk appears small



Posted by: Dkr
authentication, DataCenter, Linux, Open source applications, Red Hat, Security, TechTarget Blogs

Red Hat Inc. has declined to provide additional details on last week’s security breach on some Fedora servers that were illegally accessed. Although Red Hat said it did not believe that the...


August 25, 2008  1:50 PM

Should VMware buy Red Hat?



Posted by: Dkr
IBM, Linux, Linux blogs and news, Open source applications, Red Hat, TechTarget Blogs, VMware

A recent Business Week article said...


August 15, 2008  7:46 PM

Ubuntu growing its ecosystem of apps, partners, Canonical says



Posted by: Dkr
IBM, Linux, Linux blogs and news, LinuxWorld, Open source applications, TechTarget Blogs, Ubuntu Linux

Malcolm Yates, the global independent software vendor (ISV) alliance manager at Canonical Ltd., traveled halfway around the world, flying from London to San Francisco with a message for LinuxWorld:


August 15, 2008  2:58 PM

LinMin adds key API to its automated provisioning tool



Posted by: Dkr
Administration, interoperability and integration, DataCenter, Linux, TechTarget Blogs

LinMin Corp. beefed up automation of its cross-platform bare-metal provisioning tool. The new version 5.2 from the Redwood City, Calif., startup now includes an application programming interface (API) through which a business process can initiate the provisioning...


August 14, 2008  1:53 PM

Surveillance tools beat hidden malware at its own game



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, DataCenter, Linux, Security, Systems Management

Just as surveillance tools have flourished in the physical world because they can monitor systems in hiding – think nanny cam – such seemingly invisible monitoring systems have flourished in the digital domain. Rootkits, a form of malware designed to take control of a system without the...


August 6, 2008  7:31 PM

Varonis explains data governance, product DatAdvantage



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, DataCenter, DataManagement, Interviews, Linux, Security, Systems Management

During the week of LinuxWorld, Johnnie Konstantas, a marketing VP at Varonis Systems, a data...


August 6, 2008  2:47 PM

Ganglia 3.1 enables custom cluster, grid monitoring



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, Clusters, grids and mainframes, DataCenter, HPC, Linux, LinuxWorld

Ganglia, community partner to GroundWork Open Source, releases cluster monitoring product Ganglia 3.1 at LinuxWorld Conference &...


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