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  • February 21, 2007 21 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld: IBM shrinks the data center with Linux, System p5 560Q

    At LinuxWorld, IBM's Adam Jollans told SearchOpenSource.com that his company aspires to shrink the physical data center footprint with a mix of new hardware, virtualization and Linux.

  • February 19, 2007 19 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld: Managing mixed source software stacks

    Get a Linux architect's opinion of Vista and four tips on managing a data center's mix of open and closed source software stacks in this report on Russell Pavlicek's LinuxWorld workshop.

  • February 19, 2007 19 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld: IBM, OpenVZ product news

    New product announcements spilled over into day two of the Open Solutions Summit, with OpenVZ and IBM taking the lead.

  • February 15, 2007 15 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld: Samba's Jerry Carter talks Samba's future

    Check out this impromptu interview with Jerry Carter at LinuxWorld. Carter talks Samba's future, "Kerberization" and how he reads the Microsoft tea leaves for future Samba updates.

  • February 15, 2007 15 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld: Samba guru says be lazy, use Winbind

    Jerry Carter, release manager for Samba 3.0, wants you to get lazy and take advantage of what Microsoft has already perfected with user authentication and Active Directory.

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  • February 15, 2007 15 Feb'07

    Reporter's Notebook: Open Solutions Summit, Day One

    Blizzard conditions, Samba updates and Windows interoperability, as well as a trendy Linux Internet tablet greet SearchOpenSource.com reporter Jack Loftus at LinuxWorld, day one.

  • February 15, 2007 15 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld: Product potpourri

    SearchOpenSource.com is live from the exhibition floor this week with a roundup of the latest products and services to come out of the LinuxWorld Open Solutions Summit.

  • February 14, 2007 14 Feb'07

    Open Source Alliance founded to foster OSS interoperability

    Interoperability is the noble mission of the new Open Solutions Alliance, unveiled today at LinuxWorld Open Solutions Summit. In this Q&A, an OSA founding member -- Josef Mitja of Openbravo -- explains how and why the group plans to achieve ...

  • February 13, 2007 13 Feb'07

    Microsoft exec: SUSE Linux guest support on the way

    In this Q&A, Microsoft's senior director of virtualization strategy explained how Novell and Microsoft are using virtualization to bridge the chasm that separates Linux and Windows.

  • February 13, 2007 13 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld preview: Sun dishes on Linux identity management

    Sun identity management guru Terry Sigle is speaking at LinuxWorld later this week, but first, he told SearchOpenSource.com what IT managers should know about Linux and ID management today.

  • February 12, 2007 12 Feb'07

    IBM Open Client bridges Windows, Linux gap

    IBM today released Open Client, an open standards-based set of productivity tools that runs on Red Hat and Novell Linux desktops, Apple and Windows.

  • February 08, 2007 08 Feb'07

    Novell hints at pending Windows virtualization news

    Red Hat is set to release RHEL5 in a few weeks – about the same time Novell will make a virtualization announcement with Microsoft and a key chip manufacturer.

  • February 06, 2007 06 Feb'07

    LinuxWorld preview: Samba4 makes Active Directory Linux-friendlier

    In this preview of Gerald Carter's LinuxWorld session, the Samba Team member dishes on progress with Samba 4.0, Active Directory domains and his work with Centeris.

  • February 05, 2007 05 Feb'07

    Latest Linux kernel release pushes KVM into the limelight

    The latest official Linux kernel release had the usual share of updates and patches, but it was Kernel-based Virtual Machine, or KVM, that got the honorable mention from Linus Torvalds.

  • January 31, 2007 31 Jan'07

    Samba team showcases changes to version 4.0

    The Samba Team released a Technology Preview for Samba 4.0 this week, and is encouraging IT managers and users to test the updates and offer feedback.

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