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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.
The company's vice president of Linux engineering says that if Red Hat Enterprise Linux were given away, it wouldn't have offered Oracle Unbreakable Linux.
The company is gunning for $1 billion in revenue within the next three years, and this time, it's not just a Red Hat Enterprise Linux story.
Is RHEL/Fedora only for established companies? Not even close.
At one time, Red Hat had planned to ship an embedded KVM hypervisor based on Fedora. But the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor uses the RHEL 5.4 kernel and thereby picks up the same hardware verification portfolio
To my friends at Oracle: There's a very good way to improve RHEL for your customers. It's called collaboration with Red Hat. No, your attempts to break Red Hat with Unbreakable Linux have largely gone nowhere, but you have such incredible resources tha
RHEL goes live in the clouds today. Give it a spin.
Red Hat and HP have achieved the highest level of security for RHEL 5.