rPath is selling themselves out. I can only hope that Novell buys them now.
Why does certification stink so much? Is virtualization a better answer?
Billy Marshall has much to say in favor or Red Hat's Qumranet acquisition, which is saying something.
Who are you watching in 2008? How about these?
The CIO is rarely on the leading edge of technology. She's the one who writes the checks when it's already proved itself.
Who will be the future of open source? iTwire has a decent start on a list.
Leaked late last week, the Open Cloud Manifesto has been a highly controversial document among cloud industry participants. The document and its signatory list are now officially public.
As cloud computing takes off, serious challenges to managing virtual servers in the cloud are cropping up. As virtualization via tools like Reductive Labs' gets sexy, so does IT management.
Company is determined to keep making its statement, time and time again, that, someday, the operating system won't matter.
Red Hat just changed the game for everyone: partners, customers, and competitors.