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  • May 11, 2007 11 May'07

    Red Hat Summit: Reporter's notebook, Day 1

    Amid a sold out crowd at the Red Hat Summit, executives took the stage to praise open source while session leaders told audiences about SELinux and open source backup applications.

  • May 11, 2007 11 May'07

    Product news from Red Hat Summit 2007

    At Red Hat Summit, Red Hat Exchange officially opened its doors offering products from MySQL, ZmandaT and more. Check out other product releases, as well.

  • May 10, 2007 10 May'07

    Virtualization, RHEL 5.1 preview top draws at Red Hat Summit

    Virtualization sessions at Red Hat Summit in San Diego are delivering updates on Red Hat and Xen technologies, including what's on the agenda for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1.

  • May 10, 2007 10 May'07

    Red Hat, IBM partner on mainframe security

    Government customers will be the first to benefit from new support and security enhancements for Red Hat Linux running on IBM mainframes.

  • May 07, 2007 07 May'07

    Dell connects with Microsoft, Novell on collaboration deal

    Dell has partnered up with Microsoft and Novell in a deal that will see the Texas-based systems provider purchasing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server certificates.

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  • May 03, 2007 03 May'07

    Five ways SELinux may surprise you

    In the column that follows, author and SELinux expert Frank Mayer will walk you through five of the ways that this venerable Linux security technology may surprise you.

  • May 01, 2007 01 May'07

    Dell to offer Ubuntu Linux desktops and laptops

    After months of speculation, Dell Inc. officially announced it will sell pre-installed, 100% certified Ubuntu Linux on its laptop and desktop computers.

  • April 26, 2007 26 Apr'07

    Oracle Enterprise Linux gets backing from EMC, others

    It was another small step forward for Oracle Enterprise Linux this week as a handful of ISVs pledged support, but it's still a long road ahead for the Red Hat clone.

  • April 25, 2007 25 Apr'07

    Open source monitoring shines light on firm's servers

    A successful Nagios deployment from a previous job led one IT administrator to continue the open source trend at his new data center with Solaris and Linux machines.

  • April 23, 2007 23 Apr'07

    Red Hat author dishes on RHEL 5

    Author Tammy Fox has been working with Red Hat Linux for nearly a decade. In this exclusive interview, she lays out important tips for IT managers looking to test or deploy RHEL 5.

  • April 23, 2007 23 Apr'07

    BakBone backs up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5

    BakBone is expanding its Linux-based data protection portfolio to include the recently released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.

  • April 17, 2007 17 Apr'07

    CentOS lures Red Hat Linux users with software update service

    CentOS is wooing former Red Hat Linux users that loved software upgrades from the Red Hat Network but could have done without the expensive service contracts.

  • April 16, 2007 16 Apr'07

    Ubuntu Feisty Fawn launches with server focus

    Canonical Ltd. is hoping server virtualization features in Ubuntu Feisty Fawn will encourage more server deployments of the Linux distribution.

  • April 13, 2007 13 Apr'07

    Linux Standard Base may improve software portability

    Analysts at Saugatuck Technology believe the latest upgrade to the Linux Standard Base could accelerate mission-critical Linux deployments in the data center.

  • April 11, 2007 11 Apr'07

    Ubuntu Linux: To the server side and beyond?

    Is a perfect storm brewing for Ubuntu? The combo of a renewed push for Ubuntu on the server and new thin client support could spark interest in IT managers looking for less expensive alternatives to Red Hat and Windows.

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