Three years after its last major enterprise update, Red Hat aims for the next generation of virtualization and cloud with new platform.
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A hardware compatibility checker, more emphasis on the casual user, less politics, monetize it, more data sync-- Matt Hartley has 20 ideas on improving the Linux desktop.
Where will Ubuntu be in 5 years? Is the future of Ubuntu with Open Core? Mark Shuttleworth tells all.
Every netbook Linux distro makes the assumption that users want a simpler, lighter desktop for light work and social networking. But what about functionality and usability?
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The newest Linux kernel gains additional security tech with the formal debut of AppArmor. After years of being outside of the mainline, the AppArmor security system is now finally part of the main Linux kernel.
The new Wind River Linux 4.0 release integrates advanced real-time, carrier-grade and virtualization capabilities, but they still see a need for their own proprietary VxWorks.
Linux has always been strong in the server room and datacenter, and according to a new survey it is poised for significant uptake in the enterprise, including Windows to Linux migrations.
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In this article, Matt Hartley shares twenty reasons why he believes we will see Linux booming in a post-recession world.
Ubuntu One already has 500,000 users, has native Windows, Android, and iPhone clients, offers an improved Software Center, and claims 12 million users.
As usual, the Free/Open Source software world provides the best security utilities for Windows, and for Linux and Mac as well. Eric Geier rounds up four encryption utilities for both local and network storage.
There is a new database in town, the NoSQL non-relational distributed database. The town is pretty new as well; learn the pros and cons of this new database and how it meets modern needs.
Gnome 3.0 brings new levels of integration and ease of use to the Linux desktop. But it also brings a lot of changes-- will it be welcomed or resisted?
Fedora 14 beta focuses on plumbing more than pretty, with improvements in virtualization, Perl, and Python, and continuing on its own track independently of RHEL 6.
If you're looking for good open source developer tools, you literally have thousands to choose from. So Cynthia Harvey focuses on 60 of the best.
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