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Canonical survey: Ubuntu Server is mission-critical

Results of a survey by Ubuntu sponsor Canonical and analyst firm RedMonk say the Linux version is ready for the enterprise. Look out Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, and Novell.

By February 5, 2009


Keeping the mission-critical out of the cloud

Cloud computing is in its "early days," but companies should begin experimenting with the technology, a Citrix executive says.

By September 3, 2008


Mission critical open source and referenceability

Open source is being deployed for mission critical applications to an amazing yet still young degree.

By December 8, 2007


SpaceX delays commercial cargo launch to May 19

Work to validate critical navigation and control software forces SpaceX to delay the long-awaited flight of a commercial cargo mission to the International Space Station to May 19, company officials say today.

By May 4, 2012


Survey: Few companies virtualizing critical apps

Despite hype and promise of virtualization, many companies are avoiding the tech for mission-critical applications. A new survey helps to explain why.

By September 1, 2010


British Telecom picks Jaspersoft for analytics

Open source continues to push into mission-critical apps as Jaspersoft strikes a deal with British Telecom.

By October 1, 2009


Electrical glitch delays final Discovery launch another day

Problems with the circuitry of a critical main engine control computer prompted NASA managers to order another delay, to at least Thursday, for launch of the shuttle Discovery on its 39th and final mission.

By November 2, 2010


Simple online disaster communications using RallyPoint

Transformyx' system, presented at Demo 09, gives managers an easy way to track employees and mission-critical data in the aftermath of a disaster.

By March 2, 2009


Defense Department to partially lift flash drive ban

Authorized individuals will be able to use USB thumb drives that are owned by the government and necessary for mission-critical functions, U.S. Navy CIO says.

By October 26, 2009


Shuttle Atlantis streaks into orbit on final planned flight

Atlantis blasts off on final planned mission, closing out 25 years of service with a flight to deliver a Russian docking module and critical spare parts to the space station.

By May 14, 2010