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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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May 6, 2011  3:59 AM

Cloud schmoud: Red Hat fans just want to lose Windows



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, CloudForms, KVM, OpenShift, Red Hat Enterprise, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Summit, RHEV

For all the sales pitches on CloudForm and OpenShift  "open" cloud initiatives, Red Hat Summit attendees were far more interested in more prosaic (ie useful) things. First and foremost,...


May 5, 2011  3:38 AM

Red Hat Summit 2011: Top five takeaways



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, KVM, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, Red Hat Summit, RHEL, VMware, Xen

BOSTON: A couple themes emerged from this week's Red Hat Summit. 1: Red Hat is pitching itself hard as the "open" cloud player. It's new CloudForms Infrastructure as a...


April 11, 2011  6:13 PM

Top 5 takeaways from the 2011 Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit



Posted by: Leah Rosin
btrfs, cgroups, embedded Linux, ext4, KVM, Linux Foundation, Linux kernel, Open vSwitch, Yocto

Last week in San Francisco the Linux developer community met to collaborate on and discuss the future of Linux. I attended, and tried to glean the most important developments that will be affecting Linux server admins and...


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...


February 24, 2009  7:45 PM

Red Hat’s virtualization suite based on KVM



Posted by: Leah Rosin
KVM, Linux security, performance, Red Hat, RHEL 5.4, scalability, Virtualization, Xen

Red Hat has announced their virtualization strategy for 2009, kicking off another week with a webcast and press releases on some pretty big changes for the market. Red Hat shared that these changes were in...


January 6, 2009  7:08 PM

Open source to shine despite dim economy



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Cloud computing, Microsoft Windows, open source, Open source applications, Vyatta

In the final hours of 2008, Roger Burkhardt, president and CEO of Ingres, shared his predictions about the future of open source. Here are summaries of his predictions:

  1. As the economy...


August 14, 2008  6:07 PM

Cisco router too costly? Vyatta wants to help



Posted by: Dkr
Hardware issues, Networking, Open source applications, Security, TechTarget Blogs

Vyatta Inc., the startup with attitude vying to take on the mighty

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June 19, 2008  6:19 PM

Red Hat previews virtual management tool



Posted by: Msant
Administration, interoperability and integration, authentication, KVM, Linux, Linux kernel, Red Hat, Virtualization

At a mid-morning session during the Red Hat Summit in Boston today, a standing-room only crowd of more than 125 attendees got a preview of oVirt, a “next-generation open...


June 16, 2008  1:52 PM

Partnering up for a showdown? Red Hat Summit 2008



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, kernel news, Legal, licensing issues, Linux, Networking, Red Hat, SUSE/Novell, Ubuntu Linux

This post was contributed jointly by SearchEnterpriseLinux editors Lauren S. Horwitz and Caroline Hunter As the VAR Guy noted in a recent blog post on the upcoming


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