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Oracle Spins Own Linux for Mega hardware

Oracle has given up on copying Red Hat and is delivering its own Linux to squeeze the last ounce of performance from new cloud-in-a-box and OLTP server giants.…...

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First Release Candidate of MySQL 5.5 with InnoDB as a Default

The release candidate of MySQL 5.5 just published has, for the first time, InnoDB as the default backend to handle transactions. The engine reportedly works much faster than the previous version...

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Developing Films the Open Source Way

In a world where movies are produced on budgets of hundreds of millions of dollars, at a time when studios expect a huge return on their investment, in an industry where the opening weekend can make or break a film--one man refuses to live by society's (or the movie industry's)...

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Mozilla Releases New "Kraken" Browser Benchmark

Mozilla software engineer Rob Sayre has announced the release of Kraken, a new browser benchmark. The developer says that unlike other browser benchmarks, Kraken focuses on realistic workloads and on forward-looking applications.

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Mule 3.0 ESB Debuts With Cloud, REST Support

MuleSoft is out with the 3.0 release of its Mule enterprise service bus offering, integrating support for REST Web services and cloud-computing environments.

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