- September 11, 2009
Open source databases have come a long way, offering potential savings and freedom from vendor lock-in.
- September 11, 2009
Hilti Corp., wins big savings, efficiency gains by switching from Unix to Red Hat after Hewlett-Packard halts support for its Tru64 servers.
- September 10, 2009
The New York Stock Exchange and its Euronext partner chose Red Hat for a universal trading platform for its speed, scalability and lack of vendor lock-in.
- September 08, 2009
Red Hat releases Satellite 5.3 provisioning and management platform with advanced Cobbler engine to speed installs of physical and virtual machines.
- September 04, 2009
Check out the all the news from Red Hat Summit 2009, including our news articles, blog posts, video and more.
Sponsored by SolidFire - “Never run out of disk space” became the storage administrator’s prime directive because of the big difference between storage and the rest of an organization’s IT infrastructure. When the network guys slightly underestimate the bandwidth they’ll need to provide, the network gets congested and applications slow down. Similarly, if the server crew ends up running a few too many VMs on too few hosts, the VMs run slower. See More
Sponsored by SolidFire - When a host server fails to deliver a sufficient level of IOPS, the solution is often to invest in solid-state storage. As many organizations have discovered, however, solid-state storage is a costly solution that may only temporarily correct the problem. Like any other storage technology, there is a limit to the number of IOPS that solid-state storage can deliver, and it is often only a matter of time before this limit is reached and the performance problems return. See More
Sponsored by HPE - The key to a data-driven enterprise is to have access to all the relevant data across the entire organization. This isn’t as straightforward as it sounds. Legacy data warehousing and point analytics tools may not be capable of managing the vast and ever-growing mountains of data collected by a modern business. See More
Sponsored by SimpliVity - The true value of data protection is in making systems available after a failure. Data protection starts with surviving failure of server hardware components, then extends to recovering damage to a VM and further to recovering from the loss of a whole data center. A data protection strategy should address multiple levels of failure. It should offer the business certainty of the time to recover from each level and certainty of the potential data loss for each failure. SimpliVity has built data protection into their product from the lowest level. See More
- September 03, 2009
Red Hat Vice President Tim Burke says the RHEL roadmap will focus on large-scale virtualization and management features with the release of RHEL 5.4.
- August 24, 2009
VMware debuts Linux vCenter appliance and some cross-platform client tools in technology preview, giving users Windows-free virtualization. But after a year the final release date is still unknown, causing some customers to turn to KVM and Xen ...
- August 18, 2009
CentOS users shake off concerns sparked by the reclusive ways of a key CentOS figure and say the OS is poised to move on with or without Lane Davis.
- August 03, 2009
IDC's July report on open source software shares its recession growth with predictions of continued increase.
- August 03, 2009
An IDC report concluded that the economic recession and cloud computing and virtualization trends will help Linux increase in the data center just as the previous recession boosted Linux adoption. Cisco has heavily adopted the platform, with more ...
- July 02, 2009
The tough economy is boosting Linux desktops in business, especially among existing users, but small market share makes major gains a daunting challenge.
- June 05, 2009
Red Hat released multiple JBoss application servers in June, featuring modular construction and microcontainers that enable businesses to customize the Web application servers to fit their data center and software needs while standardizing ...
- June 01, 2009
Ingres Corp. says its JBoss pact achieves mission-critical, end-to-end open source computing but expert doubts Ingres can overtake the database market. Among the customers using the integrated middleware is the Swiss-based financial services firm, ...
- May 12, 2009
Linux cluster experts say systems can run well with good design, open source management and monitoring tools and proactive administrators. The IBM white paper is written for Linux admins with small-scale cluster experience who are facing working on ...
- May 11, 2009
The role of Linux in cloud computing is becoming more clear as the technology advances. The open source platform beats its rivals in cost, and is an undisputed leader in the space. The Linux Foundation released a white paper, positioning Linux at ...