Three open-source software firms announced investments today: $27 million for Greenplum, $11 million for Zenoss, and $9 million for Alfresco.
A cool new spin on a tired, old market.
Zenoss is releasing a new product focused on small and medium-size businesses, but it may not be able to keep the big enterprises away from its ease of use and cost savings.
I should get 1000 shares of stock every time I blog about these open source companies.
In this fourteenth installment of the Open Source CEO Series, we talk with Bill Karpovich of Zenoss.
It's always nice to see open-source oriented companies using the software they so often crow about. Zenoss proves to be popular with Sourceforge users and the site itself.
Nearly three-quarters of open-source users are considering production deployments of the OpenStack cloud platform, a survey says.
InfoWorld's Bossie awards are supposed to judge the best open-source software, but publication ends up muddying the water with business models.
A new survey shows virtualization and the cloud are growing, but that enterprises haven't yet chosen how to best manage their virtualized infrastructure.
Open-source software is thriving in systems management and business overall, according to a new survey conducted by a software developer.