Open source Web and application servers

  • August 03, 2006 03 Aug'06

    Linux expert sees expanded role for Ubuntu on the server

    Ubuntu founding member and author Benjamin Mako Hill explains why Ubuntu could have the server chops to make big gains now that version 6.06 is such a success.

  • May 10, 2006 10 May'06

    U.S. Census reins in data center sprawl

    The U.S. Census Bureau and an Alexandria, Va.-based project management firm gutted an extremely complex data center and got on board with blade servers.

  • May 01, 2006 01 May'06

    At university, GroupWise on Linux beats out Exchange

    When Golden Gate University's e-mail/collaboration software needed an update, Exchange was on the eval list. In this story, GGU's IT team explains why Exchange wasn't chosen and the university is pursuing an aggressive new Linux and open source ...

  • April 07, 2006 07 Apr'06

    LinuxWorld: Maintaining the impact of open source applications

    At LinuxWorld, interviewed Maria Winslow, open source practice leader for Virtuas, to talk about her views on emerging open source technologies.

  • March 15, 2006 15 Mar'06

    Red Hat pledges 'integrated virtualization' platform

    Red Hat executives announced that the next evolution of the enterprise Linux platform would have an integrated, easy-to-install virtualization platform.

  • March 14, 2006 14 Mar'06

    Niche Linux servers break out of HPC into enterprise

    Watch out, IBM, Dell and HP! Linux server vendors that have carved out a space in high-performance computing markets are taking their tailor-made servers into new enterprise markets, providing a welcomed change for businesses that want to save money...

  • March 07, 2006 07 Mar'06

    Mainframers battle bugs in new virtualization

    Early adopters offered strong support on the latest mainframe virtualization release z/VM 5.2. Customers especially liked the 64-bit upgrade, but some shops had an easier implementation than others.

  • February 02, 2006 02 Feb'06

    Open Ajax initiative gives open source boost to popular Web technology

    A consortium of powerful IT companies banded together this week to promote a universally open Ajax technology they believe will change Web servers forever.

  • December 21, 2005 21 Dec'05

    Server crashes make CUNY study new options

    Six crashes of blade servers running Linux in six weeks were bad enough, but troubles with Red Hat Kickstart slowed down repairs. Find out how CUNY found some quick fixes.

  • November 09, 2005 09 Nov'05

    Special Report: Open source means business

    It was business as usual for reporters at the Open Source Business Conference. For those that missed the show, we've got you covered.

  • November 07, 2005 07 Nov'05

    The art of the open source deal

    Getting the best deal from open source vendors means knowing what questions to ask and how much leverage you have.

  • October 04, 2005 04 Oct'05

    Red Hat Linux centralizes Bryant University IT

    The Bryant University campus IT department was slow and inefficient behind a wall of multiple vendors and sluggish servers -- until Red Hat Linux came along.

  • September 26, 2005 26 Sep'05

    Hurricane relief organizer lauds MySQL, open source

    The CEO of Capalon explains why he chose open source software to power a call center for victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

  • September 19, 2005 19 Sep'05

    What's ahead for Samba-3, Samba-4 and FUD-fighting

    Get the scoop on upcoming new features in Samba-3 and Samba-4, recent events in FUD-fighting and the benefits that businesses can realize by adopting open source early from Samba guru John H. Terpstra.

  • September 14, 2005 14 Sep'05

    Samba's Terpstra shoots down open source misinformation

    Samba expert John H. Terpstra shoots down some FUD about Linux and open source and explains why he thinks users and IT pros could lose their jobs by sticking with Windows.