Novell, Sun, and Red Hat have open source in common, but also open source separates them.
The open-source company says the new version shows gains over its predecessors in terms of interoperability, mission-critical computing, and virtualization.
Novell is used to competing with Linux, but can it compete with open source more generally?
Matt Asay says the well-respected product manager's departure may be a harbinger of really big changes in company's systems and resource management unit. UPDATE: Looks like he just wanted a job at Microsoft.
PlateSpin could provide a significant boost to Novell if it can extend its partnership with Microsoft, cozy up to VMware, and execute at the field level.
Who would have thought that anyone actually reads this drivel?
Open source saved a school district a great deal of money. What could it be saving you?
Novell's acquisition of Senforce suggests that users want solutions that blend desktop management with security management.