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  • August 21, 2007 21 Aug'07

    TCS automates Linux server hardening

    For Linux system administrators striving to harden a system on a server-by-server basis, Trusted Computer Solutions' Security Blanket may be the way to go.

  • August 16, 2007 16 Aug'07

    Sun Sparc defectors tap Transitive for Linux migrations

    Rather than port legacy Sun Solaris applications, IT shops are using binary translation software from Transitive to simplify their migration to Linux on x86.

  • August 14, 2007 14 Aug'07

    Oracle 11g ships first on Linux, not Microsoft Windows

    Stagnant Unix growth and increased customer demand for SQL Server may signal an Oracle-driven surge of Linux deployments and migrations later this year.

  • August 10, 2007 10 Aug'07

    LinuxWorld and virtualization: Xen vs. KVM, Microsoft's Xen-friendly drivers

    KVM vs. Xen, Microsoft's proposed Xen-friendly drivers and server consolidation trends highlight Bernard Golden's report on LinuxWorld 2007's virtualization news.

  • August 08, 2007 08 Aug'07

    Hovsepian cites four vehicles to broaden Linux adoption

    At LinuxWorld, Novell CEO Ron Hovsepian lauded the success of Linux but cautioned that complacency and fragmentation are still real threats.

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  • August 07, 2007 07 Aug'07

    Dell expands pre-installed Ubuntu Linux initiative to Europe

    At LinuxWorld this week, Dell announced that it will now offer laptops and desktops with pre-installed Ubuntu to customers in Europe.

  • August 07, 2007 07 Aug'07

    At LinuxWorld, Zemlin describes the future direction of Linux

    Virtualization, mainframes and supercomputers are expanding Linux usage, says Jim Zemlin of the Linux Foundation.

  • July 31, 2007 31 Jul'07

    Virtualization boosts Linux adoption big-time

    Despite mixed-OS and virtual machine management problems, virtualization will drive adoption of server-side Linux, making it a great theme for LinuxWorld 2007, says Hyperic CEO Javier Soltero.

  • July 31, 2007 31 Jul'07

    Linux and virtualization create a shift in the data center

    The LinuxWorld 2007 conference will see a convergence of Linux, open source software and server virtualization that will fundamentally change IT, analysts say.

  • July 30, 2007 30 Jul'07

    Virtualization engulfs LinuxWorld 2007: A preview

    This year's LinuxWorld 2007 virtualization track offers some insights about where virtualization on Linux is going.

  • July 30, 2007 30 Jul'07

    Linux security: Authenticate your users and know what they're up to

    Do you know who has access to your data? Linux security expert Kurt Lingel explores some tools that help to authenticate users and learn what they're up to.

  • July 30, 2007 30 Jul'07

    LinuxWorld 2007: News, trends and tutorial coverage

    Get the latest Linux, virtualization and data center news, keynote coverage and tutorial highlights from the concurrent 2007 LinuxWorld and Next Generation Data Center events in San Francisco from August 6-9.

  • July 26, 2007 26 Jul'07

    Linux authentication troubles? Try Active Directory

    While various authentication options are available for managing Linux servers in a heterogeneous IT environment, is Microsoft Active Directory the best one?

  • July 18, 2007 18 Jul'07

    Open source and mission critical: The Linux application server landscape

    In this interview with SearchEnterpriseLinux.com, analyst Michael Dortch of the Robert Frances Group weighs the pros and cons of IBM WebSphere with those of JBoss.

  • July 17, 2007 17 Jul'07

    Apache loses more ground in latest Netcraft report

    As Apache continued its month-over-month decline in market share in July, Microsoft made subtle gains with IIS.

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