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  • Symantec supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Xen

    With RHEL 5 officially out, Symantec pledged to support it with its storage and clustering applications, plus extended its Storage Foundation suite to Xen virtualization. 

  • Red Hat Enterprise 5, with Xen, launches

    After a slight delay, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 launched with full Xen virtualization support. 

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5: All about Xen

    It's no secret that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 has Xen built in. But what some users might not understand is just how much of an impact paravirtualization will have on Linux in the data center. 

  • Red Hat users pine for discounted support

    A new survey shows Red Hat customers will flee to Oracle's Unbreakable Linux if a significant reduction in support costs doesn't come soon. 

  • Virtual appliances emerge as OS distribution mechanism

    Are virtual appliances the future of operating system distribution? Vendors like VMware and Red Hat hope so. But just how beneficial they are to IT managers remains to be seen. 

  • Linux and virtual appliances: Five info points

    VMware's partnership with Red Hat is only the beginning of what could soon become a slew of packaged virtual appliances in your data center. Here's how to get started. 

  • Open Season: Red Hat, OpenVZ and Samba

    City of Vienna goes with Red Hat Linux; OpenVZ project delivers live migration; Samba gets an update. 

  • Red Hat: We will be here in one year, Novell will not

    Red Hat general counsel Mark Webbink goes to the mat for his company regarding the Microsoft-Novell partnership, in this SearchOpenSource.com Q&A. In one year, Red Hat will be all that remains of commercial Linux, he said. 

  • Open Season: Red Hat and Novell edition

    Novell reveals more PCs with pre-installed Linux; Red Hat swoops into Oracle Open World with a customer case study; Novell's CTO gets first ever technologist award 

  • Fedora Core 6 finally launches

    Red Hat launches Fedora 6.0 of its community-driven Linux distribution, Fedora Core. Key features include enhanced virtualization management and third-party repository access at time of Fedora installation.