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Billy Marshall has much to say in favor or Red Hat's Qumranet acquisition, which is saying something.
First beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 replaces the Xen hypervisor with the Kernel-based Virtual Machine from Qumranet, which Red Hat bought in '08.
Novell's proposed acquisition will likely drive Red Hat into the arms of VMware or Oracle, but will have minimal impact on the larger open-source commercial ecosystem.
Acquisitions of open-source companies have garnered huge multiples but haven't rounded out many product portfolios. Exit plans are hazy for most open-source start-ups.
With the release of RHEV-M, Red Hat has begun to plug one of the most significant holes in its product portfolio.
Surprise! The KVM open-source virtualization software is at the foundation of a desktop virtualization software start-up's business.
Tests of new virtualization products based on Qumranet's KVM hypervisor are the next stage in development of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization lineup.
This spring has seen an explosion of activity around cloud-computing interoperability. What exactly is cloud interoperability, and who are some of the major players in this market making capability?
Ian Pratt, vice president of special products, discusses the competitiveness of Xen and about the prospects for virtualization in a recession.
Microsoft is taking a big chunk of VMware's market share, indicating that the door may be open for open-source vendors like Red Hat too.