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  • 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. 

  • 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. 

  • 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. 

  • Linux deployments will surge in '07, analyst says

    There's no stopping Linux now. A new survey shows that over the next five years Linux will surge into mission-critical enterprise deployments to the tune of a 50% market share by 2011. 

  • 2006: A year of surprise Linux partnerships. Or, guess who's coming to dinner

    Linux and open source news ran the gauntlet this year. A surprise Microsoft partnership with Novell took top honors. To see the rest, jump in the Wayback Machine and check out what you might have missed in this 2006 flashback. 

  • Sun rolls out data center Winnebago

    Today Sun Microsystems will introduce the first prefabricated data center. The prototype, dubbed "Sun Black Box," is fully configured inside a standard shipping container. 

  • Gartner predicts next phase of Oracle, SAP acquisitions

    Oracle may be taking a break from purchasing high-profile software companies like PeopleSoft Corp. and Siebel Systems Inc., but experts say it's definitely not finished yet. And SAP may be embarking on an acquisition strategy of its own. Here, Gartne... 

  • Experts wonder if Oracle's revenue growth is sustainable

    IT industry analysts are trying to figure out whether Oracle's explosive earnings report last week is homegrown or simply the natural result of a slew of recent acquisitions. 

  • Open Season: Microsoft invites Mozilla developers to Redmond

    Massachusetts' commitment to ODF applauded by consortium; Microsoft invites Mozilla developers to Redmond. 

  • Open Season: LinuxWorld wrap-up edition

    Black Duck expands its knowledge base; Penguin Computing gets serious with AMD chips; Open Country gives developers more systems management tools; Trolltech does Linux mobile.