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November 11, 2009  7:10 PM

Novell and Microsoft pact reaches third year mark



Posted by: Leah Rosin
interoperability, Microsoft, Novell, open source, Red Hat, SUSE Linux, Virtualization

This post was contributed to by Pam Derringer, News Writer On the third anniversary of the 2006 Microsoft-Novell pact,...

November 4, 2009  9:26 PM

Zend Server now available through Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Linux, Oracle Unbreakable Linux, PHP, Zend Server

While most of Zend Technologies' products have been available to Linux users for some time, they haven't been as easily available to Oracle Unbreakable Linux users until now. Today, Zend announced a partnership with Oracle for an...


October 26, 2009  4:08 PM

Can Ubuntu Linux become a Windows killer?



Posted by: ITKE
Canonical, Firefox, Linux, Linux desktop, netbooks, Novell, open source, Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Enterprise Linux, Ubuntu, Windows 7

There have been a number of articles written recently talking about Windows 7 being a Linux killer.


September 25, 2009  5:33 PM

LinuxCon: From desktop discussion to community involvement



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Linux, Linux desktop, Linux events, LinuxCon, Moblin, Ubuntu

LinuxCon 2009 wrapped up on Wednesday evening with an Intel-sponsored party at McCormick and Schmick's in Portland, Ore. This...


September 23, 2009  3:52 PM

Brave new LinuxCon



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Linux, Linux development, Linux events, Linux kernel, Novell, OpenVZ, Systems Management

I've been in Portland, Ore., this week attending the inaugural LinuxCon, hosted by the Linux Foundation. The event was a bigger draw than the organizers had anticipated, with about 600 attendees registered, making the WiFi in the...


September 16, 2009  3:44 PM

Red Hat Summit attendee snapshot



Posted by: ITKE
EnterpriseDB, Hyperic, JBoss, KVM, Linux, NIST, Red Hat, Red Hat Summit 2009, SPICE, Xen, Zimbra

This post was contributed by Pam Derringer. Some came to network. Others to learn. And one came to pick up a prize. My very unscientific sampling of conference-goers turned up a mix of reasons that motivated people to attend the recent Red Hat Summit, which equaled...


September 11, 2009  9:17 PM

Red Hat Summit: A reporter’s perspective



Posted by: ITKE
DeltaCloud, Hail, Red Hat, Red Hat Certification, Red Hat Summit 2009

This post was contributed by Pam Derringer. Red Hat pulled off quite a coup with its annual Summit, equaling or slightly topping last year’s 1,200 attendees despite the slow economy, and the conflict with VMworld. Not to mention the disadvantage of running right up to Labor Day...


September 11, 2009  5:20 PM

What I learned at the Red Hat Summit



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Cloud computing, OVALID, Red Hat, RHEL 5.4, RHEV, Satellite 5.3, Virtualization

To pay homage to the many schoolchildren around the country in the process of relaying what they did on their summer vacation, I thought I’d share what I did last week at the Red Hat Summit with you. To start with, you can watch most of the


August 5, 2009  5:33 PM

Researchers boot one million Linux kernels as virtual machines



Posted by: ITKE
botnets, HPC, Linux kernel, Sandia, Security, Thunderbird supercomputing cluster, Virtualization

In a feat of Linux strength, computer scientists at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore, Calif., announced that they had run more than a million Linux kernels as virtual machines. Previously, researchers had only been...


July 9, 2009  3:14 PM

New OS game changer: Hannah Montana Linux



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Disney, Google Chrome OS, Hannah Montana Linux, HML, Linux, Linux distributions, Linux kernel, open source, Twitter

I try to use Twitter to stay on top of breaking Linux and IT news, but sometimes I run across a gem like this that isn't necessarily newsworthy, but is quite humorous (or RFLMAO-worthy). Today, following on the heels of the


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