Enterprise Linux Log:

April, 2010

April 26, 2010  5:53 PM

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

Leah Rosin Leah Rosin Profile: Leah Rosin

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 26, 2010  4:40 PM

Linux T-Shirt design contest: Community voting

Leah Rosin Leah Rosin Profile: Leah Rosin

Today the Linux Foundation announced the six finalists for the T-Shirt design contest. Linux community members are encouraged to check them out and

April 20, 2010  8:54 PM

Collaboration Summit: Linux mature in 2010

Leah Rosin Leah Rosin Profile: Leah Rosin

Last week at the Hotel Kabuki in Japantown in San Francisco, Calif., Linux developers gathered for the Linux Collaboration Summit. The first day was a series of "keynotes" given by various parties interested and involved in...

April 7, 2010  7:46 PM

Open source cloud monitoring tool in beta

Leah Rosin Leah Rosin Profile: Leah Rosin

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

Leah Rosin Leah Rosin Profile: Leah Rosin

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...

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