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August 15, 2008  2:39 PM

Boston Linux group to install Linux on machines tomorrow



Posted by: Dkr
Linux, Linux blogs and news, Open source applications, TechTarget Blogs, user group announcements

If you've wanted to ditch Windows and experiment with Linux but are intimated by the prospect of going it alone, tomorrow's your chance. The Boston Linux & Unix Users Group has organized its 30th Installfest, which takes place between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on...

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 10, 2008  1:30 PM

Reporter reflections on LinuxWorld 2008



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

The 11th annual LinuxWorld Conference & Expo at the Moscone Center in San Francisco has packed up and gone, but organizers did a lot this year to make it more informative,...


August 7, 2008  5:59 PM

Astaro releases installation and security products at LinuxWorld



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Linux, Security, Uncategorized

Astaro Internet Security makes three releases this week at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo: one installation product and new versions of a security and a...


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 &...


August 1, 2008  7:42 PM

Splunk highlights data management maturity at LinuxWorld



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, Database, DataManagement, Enterprise applications for Linux, Linux, LinuxWorld, Systems Management

Software company Splunk creates products that aid companies primarily in log file management - collecting information about the data in their systems and continuously reporting it back. At this year's

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August 1, 2008  7:07 PM

Trusted Computer Solutions intros security automation tools at LinuxWorld



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

San Antonio, Texas-based Trusted Computer Solutions will release a group of security management features next week at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo that will perform pre-packaged assessments and configuration procedures so that IT managers...


July 29, 2008  2:37 PM

User frustration with Vista prompts Ubuntu test-drive



Posted by: Dkr
desktops, Linux, Linux blogs and news, Linux desktops, Linux versus Windows, Microsoft Windows, TechTarget Blogs, Ubuntu Linux, Windows

I was relaxing, reading personal email on a leisurely Sunday afternoon when a note from a long-lost friend brought work, and Linux, front and center. The friend, from whom I hadn't heard in years, reported that her husband, frustrated beyond belief with


July 29, 2008  2:10 PM

Navy’s ship cancelation a blow for real-time Linux, IBM



Posted by: Dkr
Enterprise applications for Linux, IBM, Linux, Linux blogs and news, Linux kernel, Red Hat, TechTarget Blogs

The U.S. Navy’s cancelation of its $20 billion Zumwalt destroyer contract last week because of a 50% price hike is disappointing for the Linux community and surely must be for IBM The Armonk, N.Y.-based computer company developed Java-based, real-time...


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