News Category: Enterprise

VMware Releases vSphere 4.0

Article Source internetnews.com VMware's vSphere 4 is available now, one month after it was first announced and the same day VMware reported its Q1 results. The product comprises VMware's strategy to maintain its lead in virtualization and to compete in cloud computing. Releasing a new product...
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U.S. Defense Dept. Information Systems CIO Opens Up On Shared IT

Article Source InformationWeekMay 21, 2009, 1:00 am The Department of Defense's Defense Information Systems Agency has always had a tall task: get all of the often competing military branches to buy into DISA as the hub of net-centric warfare and increasingly as a provider of shared IT...
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Linux development platform takes on license compliance

Article Source LinuxDevicesMay 21, 2009, 12:42 am Embedded Alley has upgraded its "Development System for Linux" with tools to create software Bills of Materials, track open source components, trace binary sources, and help OEMs comply with open source license obligations. The new platform...
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New Study Shows Linux Desktop Growing Stronger

Even as the global recession cuts into worldwide PC shipments, a new analyst report released today reveals a strong and growing interest among IT staffs to deploy Linux as a cost-reduction and security-enhancing measure in their respective companies. The new report “Linux on the Desktop:...
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GNU Tools Touted for Faster Compiling

Article Source LinuxDevicesMay 20, 2009, 12:26 pm CodeSourcery has updated its commercially supported GNU- and Eclipse-based software development toolkits with compiler optimizations and other enhancements. The Spring release of Sourcery G++ also offers a QEMU emulator and updated runtime...
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The New Face of Open Source on Wall Street

Article Source The Open RoadMay 20, 2009, 9:35 am Open source has long flourished on Wall Street as financial services firms have sought competitive differentiation by tweaking open-source software for enhanced performance and functionality. Wall Street was the first sector to buy heavily...
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If Oracle Commits to Solaris, Will IBM Buy Red Hat?

Article Source The Open RoadMay 20, 2009, 7:07 am Katherine Egbert has predicted (again) that Red Hat will be bought, this time by IBM. While I have indulged my own Red Hat acquisition fantasies in the past, I just can't see a near-term acquisition of Red Hat by IBM. Unless.... Unless, as...
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What Does a Linux Support Contract Buy?

Article Source LinuxInsiderMay 20, 2009, 4:00 am Though it's struggled when it comes to kicking in doors in the consumer market, Linux has clearly found a welcome home in the enterprise, and it appears to be making itself more comfortable with each passing day. "It's the fastest-growing...
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The New Economic Imperative for Open Source App Dev

Article Source ComputerWorldMay 20, 2009, 3:17 am Â¬â  Finding it harder to get the resources needed to develop your business's apps? Open source options for software development, such as Ruby on Rails, offer ways to get software projects done during the current brutal economic climate by...
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Red Hat's JBoss Leaps Into Business Rules

Article Source internetnews.com Running a full Java middleware stack in a production environment is often about more than just having an application server. Red Hat's JBoss division today announced a new solution for managing the business rules that are needed as part of a full middleware stack...
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