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June 18, 2008  3:51 PM

IBM makes the case for cloud computing at Red Hat Summit



Posted by: Lauren Horwitz
Clusters, grids and mainframes, Data center physical infrastructure, Linux, Red Hat, Supercomputing, TechTarget Blogs, Virtualization

This post was written by Bridget Botelho, news writer. The first hour of keynote addresses at the fourth annual Red Hat Summit at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston wrapped up with Jim Stallings, the general manager of enterprise systems division of IBM.

Stallings talked for about...

June 17, 2008  7:00 PM

SEP adds online backup for VMware



Posted by: Dkr
Administration, interoperability and integration, Backup & recovery, DataCenter, DataManagement, disaster recovery, Enterprise applications for Linux, Linux blogs and news, Open source applications, Virtualization, VMware

SEP Software LLC, a German-based company with U.S. headquarters in Boulder, Colo., has introduced SEP Sesam 3.4 backup and recovery software with additional support for VMware this week at the fourth annual Red Hat Summit. Known primarily in Europe, the company has expanded its U.S. presence for...


April 3, 2008  1:39 PM

Open source pioneer Levanta goes out of business?



Posted by: SAS70ExPERT
Levanta, Linux blogs and news, Virtualization

Rumor has it that Linux and virtualization provider Levanta, whose recent release of Levanta 6.0...

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February 13, 2008  2:15 PM

Installing Opera 9.25 on RHEL 4



Posted by: Rick Vanover
Administration, interoperability and integration, desktops, Red Hat, Rick Vanover

If you are like me, you are passionate about your browser preferences. Lately, I have been installing Opera 9.25 as my browser...


February 5, 2008  11:42 AM

Mobile Linux platform coming to a phone near you



Posted by: Rick Vanover
Enterprise applications for Linux, Open source applications, Rick Vanover

The up-and-coming LiMo Foundation recently announced that, in March of 2008, a Linux-based platform for mobile computing platform will be available.


February 4, 2008  1:33 PM

BackupPC 3.1.0 for Ubuntu



Posted by: Akutz
Andrew Kutz, Backup & recovery, Ubuntu Linux

While the latest version of BackupPC is 3.1.0, the latest available version in the Ubuntu repositories is 3.0.0. Normally, I wouldn't split hairs over a point release, but 3.1.0 has some very nice, new features of which IT...


February 4, 2008  12:53 PM

Rsyncrypto for encrypted remote file synchronization



Posted by: Rick Vanover
CentOS, Rick Vanover, Security

When you need to keep files on a remote system synchronized, you want to protect its contents should it end up in the wrong hands. You can use rsync to keep the contents up to date, but natively no encryption method is used. 

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February 4, 2008  12:28 PM

Ubuntu Hardy Heron Alpha 4 released



Posted by: Akutz
Andrew Kutz, Ubuntu Linux

On Friday, Canonical released Ubuntu Hardy Heron Alpha 4 to the mirrors. Alpha 4 brings with it many updates to the Ubuntu desktop, but how does it impact enterprise customers?

Alpha 4 is the first release where KVM is an official part of the Ubuntu repositories, and lib-virt and...


February 4, 2008  12:24 PM

RHEL 4 installer bug: HTTPS not exempted despite best efforts



Posted by: Akutz
Andrew Kutz, Red Hat

Last week, fellow SEL blogger Rick Vanover discussed how RHEL 4 is still getting releases from Red Hat, despite the availability of RHEL 5. Considering that Red Hat still...


February 4, 2008  12:14 PM

Ubuntu version 8.04 will feature 2.6.24 kernel



Posted by: Rick Vanover
kernel news, Rick Vanover, Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu server version 8.04 (which is currently available in alpha 4, released on February 2 as Hardy Heron) will feautre the


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