The 2011 O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) is underway in Portland, Oregon, giving open source advocates and developers the chance to attend seminars and demonstrations about new and upcoming open source technologies. Check back for our continuing coverage of OSCON 2011 event, from July 25-29.
This year, OSCON will stream keynote presentations, interviews and announcements as they happen. If you can't make it to the event, be sure to check back for our blog coverage and the live stream. You can also follow us on Twitter for more updates about the event and other open source news @LinuxTT.
Microsoft supports Red Hat Linux in Hyper-V
Reactions were mixed to Microsoft's announcement at OSCON 2011 that Hyper-V will soon support Red Hat Linux as a guest operating system.
care systems need open source help
Keynote speaker calls on open source developers to put their skills to use redesigning health IT. Are you up to the challenge?
source cloud computing advances at OSCON
Start-up company Nebula made a big splash with its cloud controller, adding to the list of companies debuting technology that is based around OpenStack.
Data attracts upstart DB companies
Small database companies presented their technologies at OSCON, and tried to distinguish their products from those of larger players, such as Oracle's MySQL.
launches first OpenStack IaaS offering
Looking to simplify the process of deploying a cloud computing platform -- and capitalize on the growing popularity of the open source cloud project OpenStack -- Dell released its OpenStack Cloud Solution.
Live Stream Schedule (All times Pacific)
Monday, July 25th
Tuesday, July 26th
Wednesday, July 27th
Thursday, July 28th
Friday, July 29th
This was first published in July 2011