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  • Red Hat releases Satellite 5.3 with Cobbler engine

    Red Hat releases Satellite 5.3 provisioning and management platform with advanced Cobbler engine to speed installs of physical and virtual machines. 

  • XCP aims to standardize open source virtualization

    As VMware gathers steam, Xen Cloud Project promotes open standards for private cloud infrastructure. 

  • VMware drags its feet on Linux-based vCenter appliance, annoys Linux users

    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 instea... 

  • Open source market benefits from recession

    IDC's July report on open source software shares its recession growth with predictions of continued increase. 

  • Microsoft makes Linux drivers for Hyper-V open source, but users not impressed

    Although Microsoft has made its Hyper-V Linux drivers open source, some virtualization users said they don't expect immediate change. 

  • Microsoft submits Hyper-V drivers to Linux kernel

    Microsoft's submission of device drivers for Hyper-V to the Linux kernel under GPLv2 is viewed as both a coup for Linux and open source, and as a self-serving initiative to boost the company's position against VMWare. 

  • Open source for America launched

    In conjunction with the O'Reilly Open Source Conference, more than 70 public and private organizations and individuals joined to announce the formation of Open Source for America, an organization that will serve as a unified voice to promote the use ... 

  • Linux desktop adoption boosted by economy

    The tough economy is boosting Linux desktops in business, especially among existing users, but small market share makes major gains a daunting challenge. 

  • Server users ponder Sun's hardware future

    With reports that Sun Microsystems' next-generation processor has been axed, what does the fate of UltraSparc mean for the rest of Sun's server hardware? 

  • Red Hat debuts flexible JBoss platform additions

    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 operations...