- September 09, 2012
SUSE Linux Enterprise planning private cloud deployment with OpenStack weight behind it. NVIDIA works on Linux drivers for Optimus chips.
- June 15, 2012
Does extended education from the Linux Foundation and others help graduates meet the demands of today’s Linux jobs? Some say yes.
- June 04, 2012
Canonical’s Ubuntu ARM server AMI for Amazon EC2 provide open source shops with a fast ARM server for the cloud.
- May 25, 2012
Linux kernel 3.4's changes to the btrfs file system and new tools may spur some to update servers without waiting for Linux to play catch-up.
- May 17, 2012
Mozilla Marketplace won't support Linux on release. New stable Linux kernel, version 3.4, finalized soon, says Torvalds. RHEL 7 slated for 2013.
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- May 11, 2012
Red Hat's OpenShift PaaS offers new strategy for the enterprise. Dell's OEM program adds Red Hat to roster.
- May 04, 2012
SHI to use SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as primary OS for cloud services. OpenFabrics Alliance aligns OFED software with Linux kernel.
- April 27, 2012
New Red Hat Enterprise Linux beta. Linux Foundation's CloudOpen hopes to spark cooperation between cloud projects. Ubuntu 12.04 released.
- April 20, 2012
Hewlett-Packard to package Ubuntu on ProLiant servers. Linus Torvalds up for a prestigious technology prize. Red Hat embraces Microsoft Open Technologies.
- April 13, 2012
News in brief: Red Hat partners with 10gen to provide MongoDB NoSQL database. Kubuntu gains new sponsor. Samba patch plugs security hole.
- April 06, 2012
Microsoft makes it on the list of top Linux code contributors. Also, new Ubuntu version makes waves and two enterprise Linux giants celebrate milestones.
- February 28, 2012
SUSE shops are cautious after a long silence from the Novell post-Attachmate deal; experts say Linux has eclipsed Unix generally, but SUSE needs work.
- December 06, 2011
JT Global is marching to the beat of its own drummer with open source software, including Ubuntu virtual machines, ConVirt virtualization management software, and a unique approach to VM clustering.
- November 11, 2011
The openSUSE project releases version 12.1, which includes new Gnome Shell 3.2; Red Hat, Canonical and The Linux Foundation all concerned about Windows 8 locking-out Linux; and other open source news.
- September 28, 2011
Windows 8 may cause problems for Linux, Red Hat pushes to become first $1 billion open source company and Linus takes a vacation; news in brief.