Enterprise applications for Linux
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- June 10, 2011
Oracle's donation of the OpenOffice.org source code to the Apache Software Foundation has split open source advocates who disagree over whether the move will ultimately help or hurt the project.
- March 16, 2011
The popular open source configuration management system, Puppet, along with DevOps made it possible for Constant Contact to scale operations from hundreds to thousands of servers in their data center.
- March 02, 2011
SUSE Enterprise Linux 11-based offering supports 100% of SAP workloads, boasts faster install, and one-stop support.
- October 25, 2010
Unity, Canonical's netbook user interface, will replace GNOME as the default UI for both PCs and netbooks in Ubuntu 11.04.
- October 07, 2010
Ubuntu 10.10 for desktops and netbooks includes Windows file integration via cloud services and an application portal.
- June 11, 2010
HP has purchased Phoenix Technologies' slim Linux OS HyperSpace along with HyperCore and PhoenixFlip technologies, which could help the company in the tablet and mobile device market.
- April 07, 2010
Ubuntu 10.04 Linux desktop includes music collaboration and cloud file storage, social networking integration, faster boot times and support for more devices. The desktop release continues Canonical's focus on usability and intuitive design.
- October 28, 2009
Canonical heard end-user complaints about Ubuntu desktop and thus far has made more than 50 fixes in Ubuntu 9.10, which releases Thursday.
- September 25, 2009
Open source proponents say that the release of Windows 7 will give Ubuntu and other Linux distros a chance to grab desktop market share.
- September 11, 2009
Open source databases have come a long way, offering potential savings and freedom from vendor lock-in.