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  • Now shipping: Red Hat-JBoss application stack

    Existing Red Hat customers can now reap the benefits of having JBoss middleware in their application stack. But IT managers who have already deployed custom open source apps will need to weigh JBoss' pros and cons before making a change. 

  • Dell downplays blades

    Execs at Dell Technology Day in New York City said that blade servers weren't a good fit for many data centers, and that traditional rackmount systems may deliver better density 

  • Configuring hardware in 'Beginning SUSE Linux'

    Chapter 8 -- Getting hardware up and running -- of 'Beginning SUSE Linux: From Novice to Professional' tackles the age-old problem of driver support on Linux. 

  • Linux on servers: News, tips and advice

    This collection of news, expert advice and user stories show how and why Linux plays well with blades, 64-bit servers and more heavy metal. 

  • Preparing the enterprise for an open source software stack

    Interested in making open source software an integral part of your core enterprise software stack? Allow analyst Raven Zachary to guide your efforts with these tips for a successful enterprise-level deployment. 

  • DAC and MAC safety

    Security expert James Turnbull describes the difference between discretionary access control and mandatory access control and which is safer. 

  • Addressing wireless card/distro complaints

    Open source apps and software expert Bernard Golden recommends working with Red Hat, SUSE and Freespire/Linspire, as well as doing thorough searches for compatible wireless cards. 

  • Support: Bigger isn't always better

    Open source apps and software expert Bernard Golden explains why a bigger company doesn't necessarily mean better support. 

  • SELinux Policy Editor: Removing micromanagement from administrative control

    It can be tough to handle extended security attributes across a range of users, processes and files or directories that encompass more than one server. Enter SELinux Policy Editor, seedit, which offers a suite of native front-end administration util... 

  • Integrating Nagios with BMC Patrol

    Security expert and author of "Pro Nagios 2.0," James Turnbull, explains how Nagios can be used to generate SNMP traps or syslog messages that can be received and processed with BMC Patrol.