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November 30, 2010  5:51 PM

Red Hat to enhance PaaS cloud offering with Makara acquisition



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Cloud computing, JBoss, Makara, Red Hat, Red Hat Cloud Foundations

On Tuesday, November 30, 2010, Red Hat announced they had acquired Makara, a developer of deployment...

November 4, 2010  10:00 AM

Linux users excited about Fedora 14 features



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Amazon EC2, Fedora 14, GNOME, Linux desktop, Red Hat Enterprise Linux

The Fedora Project announced the release of Fedora 14, codenamed Laughlin, on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. A week later than originally scheduled,...


September 7, 2010  6:51 PM

Supreme irony: Google as open source champion



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Enterprise Linux, Google, Java, lawsuit, Linux, Oracle

It’s easy to paint Oracle as the villain in its legal scuffle with Google.

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July 21, 2010  1:42 PM

Ubuntu improves DB2 support with virtual appliance for cloud and validation in 10.04



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Canonical, Cloud computing, Linux, Ubuntu

As part of OSCON 2010 announcements, today Canonical has revealed that is has linked up one of the most stable databases, IBM's DB2 Express-C, with Ubuntu cloud computing platform via a virtual...


April 26, 2010  5:53 PM

Huge page handling and CFS with tickless kernel highlights of RHEL 6 beta



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Completely fair scheduler, huge pages, Intel Nehalem-EX, Linux, open source, Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL 6, Virtualization

Last week, Red Hat released the beta version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 to the public, moving the next major release of their popular server operating system into the testing and hardening phase. I spoke with Tim Burke, Vice President of Linux Engineering at Red Hat, and he filled me in on...


April 7, 2010  7:46 PM

Open source cloud monitoring tool in beta



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Cloud computing, Eucalyptus Systems, GroundWork Open Source, Linux, monitoring tools, Open source applications

Today, open source monitoring provider GroundWork Open Source, and cloud computing enabler Eucalyptus Systems announced their partnership on development and promotion of a monitoring tool for the Eucalyptus private cloud environment. GroundWork CEO Peter Jackson explained that the monitoring...


April 1, 2010  10:03 PM

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 includes new hardware support



Posted by: Leah Rosin
AMD Opteron, IBM Power7, Intel Nehalem-EX, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL 5.5, Virtualization

Red Hat's fifth iteration of RHEL 5 was released on March 29, 2010, and features support for Intel Nehalem EX, AMD Opteron (TM) 6000 Series (formerly codenamed "Magny Cours") and IBM Power 7. This will enable customers to...


December 8, 2009  7:17 PM

Google launches Chrome for Linux (beta), and further reaches into your privacy



Posted by: Leah Rosin
Chromium, Google, OpenDNS, privacy, Public DNS

Sometimes we like to discuss some of our “pet issues” in these blogs. One of my own is Google’s steady growth and run at world domination. On December 8, 2009, Google announced that its Chrome browser for...

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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,...


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...


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