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October 10, 2008  5:15 PM

LinuxWorld to OpenSource World: A move in the right direction?



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

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 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 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 22, 2007  2:20 PM

LinuxWorld wrap-up: Demystifying data recovery



Posted by: ITKE
disaster recovery, LinuxWorld

This gem didn't have a home on any of our sites, but I didn't want the reporting to go to waste. So it's going underground on the Enterprise Linux Log. On that note, enjoy some session coverage from LinuxWorld 2007!


SAN FRANCISCO -- Everyone in IT uses storage in...


August 15, 2007  9:54 AM

How to expand Linux in two styles: Novell vs. Red Hat



Posted by: ITKE
LinuxWorld, Microsoft, Red Hat, SUSE/Novell

As a journalist, I get perturbed when I see talking heads on TV (on issues political, technological or otherwise) "attack the messenger" when the message they're delivering isn't something they agree with. The theory is, of course, that if you can discredit the person, then the public will not...


August 13, 2007  11:28 AM

LinuxWorld 2007 decompression



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Andrew Kutz, Linux blogs and news, LinuxWorld, Uncategorized

So another LinuxWorld Conference and Expo has come and gone -- but what's this?! Where's the Linux?! Sure, it was there in sessions on interoperability between Linux and Windows; and in Novell...

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August 9, 2007  1:32 PM

Accelerating the progress of Linux in the enterprise



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, LinuxWorld, SUSE/Novell, videos

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/t-ay9sEo-ZU" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] In case you missed the Novell keynote with Ron Hovsepian, here's a quick recap in video form. The theme? Accelerating the progress of Linux in the enterprise. You can catch our...


August 8, 2007  5:34 PM

Live from LinuxWorld 2007 — the Bag of Swag!



Posted by: ITKE
Linux humor, LinuxWorld, videos

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/IyKk2WygjDc" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] The grand SearchEnterpriseLinux.com video experiment continues... This time I play the straight man to SearchDataCenter.com...

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