News Category: Enterprise

This Week on Github: In Good Company

Article Source Linux MagazineJune 4, 2009, 8:34 am A free lunch may still be a myth, but the benefits of free and open source software are already legendary. Businesses now readily embrace Linux, Apache, and scores of other packages up and down the so-called stack; companies such as MySQL...
Read 0 Comments

Cisco Adds a Pizza Box to its California Line

Article Source insideHPCJune 4, 2009, 5:09 am …which still isn’t shipping. Right? Ah yes. Right. Anyway, from Stacey at GigaOM Cisco today said it would add a rack-mounted server as a second form factor for its Unified Communications Computing System. That’s Cisco’s fancy name for its...
Read 0 Comments

Linux Based CrunchPad "A Few Weeks Away"

Article Source The HJune 4, 2009, 4:29 am According to a post on TechCrunch The CrunchPad, a Linux based, browser only, touch screen computer is close to being launched. The CrunchPad started life as an idea of TechCrunch's founder, Michael Arrington, who wanted a simple tablet style computer...
Read 0 Comments

Will Oracle Kill the Java Community?

Article Source ComputerWorldJune 3, 2009, 12:41 pm That's the question on everyone's mind at this year's JavaOne developer conference, the last show before Oracle's planned US$7.4 billion buyout of Java's creator, Sun Microsystems. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison made a surprise appearance at the...
Read 0 Comments

Infiniband Strikes Back With Help From Linux

Article Source internetnews.com Ethernet has emerged over the last decade as the dominant fabric for networking communication, but it's not the only one. Infiniband, a technology that offers the promise of lower latency for high speed computing applications is making inroads according to analyst...
Read 0 Comments

Linux RAID Tool mdadm Updated

Article Source The HJune 3, 2009, 4:00 am Developer Neil Brown has announced the release of a new version of mdadm. The tool is used for creating, assembling, reporting on and monitoring Linux Software RAID arrays. Version 3.0 of mdadm can now handle metadata updates entirely in the userspace...
Read 0 Comments

NILFS: A File System to Make SSDs Scream

Article Source Linux MagazineJune 2, 2009, 10:00 pm Â¬â  ItâÃôs difficult to write storage articles at this time and not focus on the upcoming 2.6.30 kernel. Why? This kernel is loaded with a number of new file systems âÃî some of which weâÃôve already covered, like ext4 and btrfs. Another...
Read 0 Comments

Balsamiq Mockups: Pencil and Paper 2.0

Article Source Linux MagazineJune 2, 2009, 9:13 pm There is something visceral and exhilarating about putting a pencil to paper. Questions rush to mind at the first scribble; grand experiments spring from simple gestures; and decisions are made with each doodle. Sketching on paper is...
Read 0 Comments

Pursuing Government RFPs: A How-To Guide for Open Source

As they make software and hardware purchases, governments are creatures of habit. They form long relationships with IT vendors and stick with them so they can keep their IT systems running with minimal interruptions. And while new technologies might be intriguing, governments often shy away...
Read 0 Comments

Cisco Developer Contest Drives Great Applications to Linux

Article Source The Open RoadJune 2, 2009, 9:50 am In December 2008 Cisco decided to pay developers to stick a development finger in the Microsoft eye with a $100,000 bounty for writing Linux-based applications for its AXP (Application Extension Platform) and Integrated Services Routers (ISRs...
Read 0 Comments

Pages

Click Here!