News Category: Enterprise

Red Hat Reveals Top Five Linux Applications of 2009

Article Source ComputerWeekly Here are five of the best Linux business applications of 2009, as voted by Red Hat: Management Excellence Whole Foods Market, a US organic grocer, has used Red Hat Satellite to manage its Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. According to Red Hat, the implementation...
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High-End Clustering Tool Is Reworked for the Enterprise

Article Source PC World A company that develops workload management tools for high-performance clusters is bringing its products to the commercial data center, where it says it can help companies allocate computing resources more efficiently. Cluster Resources makes the Moab software tools widely...
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The Future of CentOS and Criteria For Choosing a Business Distribution

Article Source ONLampAugust 6, 2009, 10:04 am Over the past week or so CentOS has received a lot of press, much of it rather unflattering. For those not familiar with the Community Enterprise Operating System (which is what CentOS stands for) it describes itself as "Ôªøan Enterprise-class...
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RHSA-2009:1200-1: Critical: java-1.6.0-sun security update

Article Source Red Hat Security Updates Updated java-1.6.0-sun packages that correct several security issues arenow available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Extras and 5 Supplementary. This update has been rated as having critical security impact by the RedHat Security Response Team. The Sun 1.6...
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Linux--The New 'Hot' Job Skill

Article Source LinuxInsiderAugust 6, 2009, 4:00 am There are many reasons to love Linux, as geeks around the world already know, but recent news adds yet another to the already long list of glorious virtues: It has now been named the No. 2 hottest IT job skill. Yes, Linux has claimed the...
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Shuttleworth Wants Debian/Ubuntu Co-operation

Article Source Cyber CynicAugust 5, 2009, 6:49 pm Many Debian developers, one of the oldest of the Linux distributions, still has trouble dealing with Ubuntu, one of the most popular Linux distributions and also a Debian descendant. Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical, the company behind...
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Intel Halts SSD Sales Following Data Loss

Article Source Enterprise Storage Forum Intel has halted shipments of its new X25-M and X18-M solid state drives (SSDs) after discovering a problem that could cause data corruption. The new drives were the result of a joint venture with Micron Technology and used a new 34 nanometer manufacturing...
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Canonical Expands Ubuntu Linux Landscape

Article Source internetnews.com While there is a mad rush toward putting more IT resources in the cloud, not everything belongs in the cloud -- just ask Ubuntu Linux vendor Canonical. The Canonical Landscape Ubuntu systems management server is now moving in from the cloud with a new dedicated...
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openSUSE: Flash Player Remote Code Execution Problems

Article Source SUSE Linux Security Announcements05 Aug 2009______________________________________________________________________________ SUSE Security Announcement Package: flash-player Announcement ID: SUSE-SA:2009:041 Date...
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Cluster Resources Rebrands, Expands Beyond HPC

Article Source internetnews.com Cluster Resources has spent the better part of the decade working on high performance computing (HPC) automation. But now Cluster has announced it's expanding its Moab unified intelligent automation middleware technology into the datacenter. As part of the move,...
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