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December 12, 2011  4:49 PM

A different look at Linux jobs



Posted by: Nick Martin
Linux, Linux jobs

The Linux foundation recently released the results of a short survey on Linux jobs in the form of an interesting infographic. While the graphic doesn’t reveal any ground-breaking information for people looking for Linux jobs, it does give a snapshot of the Linux job market. The info was collected...

November 21, 2011  7:58 PM

RHEV 3.0 beta publicly available



Posted by: Leah Rosin
KVM, Open Virtualization Alliance, Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, RHEV 3.0

Red Hat announced the first beta of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) 3.0 in August, and after testing and feedback has been received, an

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November 1, 2011  2:24 PM

SUSE unveils OpenStack cloud solution, rips Red Hat



Posted by: Nick Martin
Cloud Forms, Linux, open source, OpenShift, OpenStack, Red Hat, SUSE Cloud, SUSE Enterprise Linux

Earlier this month SUSE became the latest company to jump on the OpenStack bandwagon, announcing it would release an early development version of its SUSE Cloud.  That bandwagon is starting to get crowded now, with heavyweights like


October 11, 2011  1:53 PM

Open source office suites: LibreOffice takes on OpenOffice



Posted by: Nick Martin
LibreOffice, open source, OpenOffice

It has now been one year since The Document Foundation (TDF) announced the LibreOffice project, and by all counts, the open source software suite is flourishing. After just one year, TDF estimates that there are now 25 million LibreOffice users worldwide.


October 4, 2011  1:50 PM

Red Hat acquires Gluster: The Red Hat of storage



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Cloud computing, Linux, open source, Red Hat

Today, Red Hat announced the acquisition of Gluster, Inc., an open source storage solution provider specializing in the management of big data. Red Hat paid $136 million for the storage file system company, and hopes to bolster its presence in big data...


September 29, 2011  4:41 PM

Tizen: Another mobile OS from the Linux Foundation



Posted by: Leah Rosin
HTML5, Intel, Linux, Linux Foundation, MeeGo, Nokia N9, open source, Qt, Samsung, Tizen, webOS

I was a little flummoxed to read about the launch of Tizen, a new open source mobile and device operating system based on Linux. Earlier this month I


September 9, 2011  4:31 PM

MeeGo? Speculation about the OS abounds



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Android, Intel, Linux Foundation, MeeGo, Nokia, open source

I've been wondering (aloud at times), about the future of the MeeGo OS. I was there at OSCON and LinuxCon and the Linux Collaboration Summit in 2010 when it was hyped. The Intel partnership with Nokia to merge


August 31, 2011  4:05 PM

What do you want to see in RHEL 7?



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL 6, RHEL 7

What do you want to see in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7? That's what Red Hat is asking its end users in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Ideas discussion group on the Red Hat Customer Portal. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Ideas discussion group provides...


August 18, 2011  9:00 PM

LinuxCon experts eye the future of Linux



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Linux, Linux Foundation, LinuxCon 2011, Red Hat

VANCOUVER  B.C. -- The Linux Foundation is celebrating the 20th birthday of Linux in style, with a black tie dinner event at the Commodore...


August 17, 2011  3:19 PM

Linux falling behind as a development platform



Posted by: Nick Martin
Linux, Mac OS, Nick Martin

More developers are now turning to Mac OS over Linux as their development platform, according to a recent survey. The Evans Data North American Development Survey,...


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