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IBM Takes Red Hat Virtualization to the Cloud

As it presses ahead with its new cloud offerings, IBM has tapped open source vendor Red Hat to supply the underlying virtualization technology, marking Red Hat's third big win this year.
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Linux: A Platform for the Cloud

The goal of this article is to review the history and architecture of Linux as well as its present day developments to understand how Linux has become today's leading platform for cloud computing. We will start with a little history on Unix system development and then move to the Linux system itself.

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Red Hat CEO: Open-Source Economics Key to Innovation

Open-source software gets a lot of credit for its role in channeling innovation, but it's really open-source economics that should get the credit, according to Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst.
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Novell, Ingres Partner for Appliances

A warm handoff In January, Novell released its SUSE Appliance Toolkit after nearly a year of alpha and beta testing. Now begins the difficult task of getting systems, middleware, and database software m...
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Dell Readies Low-Maintenance Westmere Servers

Firm unveils new line of servers it says will be self-maintaining, automating much of the maintenance work required to keep current servers running smoothly.
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