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  • March 25, 2008 25 Mar'08

    Sun outlines its open source strategy and MySQL integration

    SearchEnterpriseLinux.com sat down with Barton George, the group manager for Sun Microsystems Inc.'s GNU/Linux strategy, to discuss the company's open source strategy, Sun's acquisition of...

  • March 25, 2008 25 Mar'08

    GroundWork Open Source introduces enterprise systems management tools

    Going toe to toe big vendors, GroundWork Open Source has introduced enterprise systems management tools for enterprise-size companies.

  • March 18, 2008 18 Mar'08

    Novell lays out vision for SUSE, IT agility at BrainShare

    Novell has begun work on the next-gen SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 and has announced new company acquisitions and partnerships to bring management agility to mixed-IT shops.

  • March 17, 2008 17 Mar'08

    Former Windows shop recalls path to Oracle Unbreakable Linux

    When Acuity Brands first began running Oracle on Linux, the operating system was unproven. Today the company is a firm believer in the platform.

  • March 04, 2008 04 Mar'08

    OpenLogic helps enterprises manage open source access

    The latest version of OpenLogic Exchange Enterprise Edition helps tame the open source Wild West.

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  • March 04, 2008 04 Mar'08

    Samba 4 hits alpha status, but 2008 release unlikely

    Samba 4's developer solicits the Samba community for feedback on the latest alpha release of the technology.

  • February 27, 2008 27 Feb'08

    Windows Server 2008 catching up with Linux

    PowerShell and Server Core add scripting and security to Windows Server 2008, making it more modular, adaptable and Linux-like.

  • February 27, 2008 27 Feb'08

    Ubuntu Landscape systems management tool set to launch

    After a six-month beta, Canonical is ready to launch Landscape, a server and desktop package manager, as part of its paid support and service package.

  • February 22, 2008 22 Feb'08

    Red Hat slams Microsoft's offer

    Red Hat deems Microsoft "disingenuous" in its promise not to sue open source developers if they limit themselves to noncommercial products.

  • February 14, 2008 14 Feb'08

    Red Hat, Hyperic launch RHQ project to manage JBoss sites

    To manage large-scale JBoss environments, Hyperic Web site management software and Red Hat have joined forces to create the RHQ project.

  • February 12, 2008 12 Feb'08

    Ubuntu, Red Hat and Novell SUSE Linux jockey for position

    A survey by Alfresco Software suggests that Ubuntu and Red Hat have bitten into Novell SUSE's market share, but some beg to differ.

  • February 06, 2008 06 Feb'08

    Hyperic integrates Nagios, MySQL into systems management suite

    An open source systems management software maker targets scalability with enhancements to database support and integration.

  • February 04, 2008 04 Feb'08

    Red Hat Linux locked down per DoD, CIS security guidelines

    Security Blanket 1.2 locks down servers quickly and checks the security posture of Red Hat Enterprise Linux against various security guidelines.

  • January 24, 2008 24 Jan'08

    HP ferrets out open source software

    HP, the Linux Foundation and major software vendors have developed tools and IT governance practices to manage open source software installed in the enterprise.

  • January 21, 2008 21 Jan'08

    Sun, MySQL users ponder blockbuster acquisition

    In Sun's purchase of MySQL, the goal to grab a piece of the database pie is clear. But what does the acquisition mean for existing users running on Linux and non-Sun hardware?

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