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  • HP Linux servers bolster NYSE trading app

    To support its Linux-based Hybrid Market application, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) bought a slew of servers. After weighing server options, NYSE settled on HP. 

  • Low-cost Linux revives IBM mainframe (again)

    IBM's low-cost Linux strategy strives to bring IBM's mainframe to large data centers, improving workload management along the way. But beware the migration caveats. 

  • Novell, AMD sync up on SUSE Linux power management

    With the release of its first Service Pack, Novell's SUSE Enterprise Linux Server 10 will take advantage of power management functionality in AMD's upcoming Opteron quad-core processor. 

  • Linux x86 growth outpaced by Microsoft Windows

    The Linux server market has continued its robust quarter-over-quarter growth in the x86 market, but Microsoft -- yes, that Microsoft -- had bigger growth overall. 

  • Report: Linux, open source greener than Windows

    Is Linux 'greener' than Windows? A report from the U.K. government finds that servers running open source software last twice as long as their Windows counterparts. 

  • Novell identity management marries event monitoring

    At its annual BrainShare conference, Novell announced it would combine its Identity Manager 3.5 application with the company's existing network monitoring and login tools. 

  • Linux pro turns to Active Directory identity management

    Rather than use Sun's NIS, Research in Motion opted to manage its Linux and Unix boxes with Microsoft Active Directory plus Centrify DirectControl. 

  • HP keeps its Linux edge with BladeSystem

    As HP's reign atop the Linux server heap continues, one company exec explains how its BladeSystem and Linux can keep it competitive with IBM in the blade server space. 

  • 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. 

  • Linux and Active Directory -- the plot thickens

    Not only do administrators want to manage large heterogeneous environments of Linux, Unix and Windows servers with Microsoft Active Directory, but they also need to move away from Sun's NIS.