Linux has vaulted to 1.4 percent worldwide desktop market share from 0.97 percent in July, according to Net Applications. Meanwhile, a new Linux Foundation survey on enterprise adoption of Linux indicates that 84 percent of organizations currently using the open source operating system have expanded their deployments over the last year. Meanwhile,...
On January 8, Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, proudly announced the immediate availability for the ninth update for their powerful and still supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 operating system. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9 is a maintenance release, fixing lots of annoying bugs from previous rel... (read more)
Zing Blue Open Source JVM What this implies is that applications that support x86 servers operating Red Hat Enterprise Linux item, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, CentOS and Ubuntu Linux will be able to use the low latency and attribute Zing JVM scalability. Blue Method president and …Read much more Dr. Dobb
This marks an exciting milestone for Red Hat as we share news of the beta availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Since its introduction more than a decade ago, Red Hat Enterprise Linux has become the world's leading enterprise Linux platform, and it has helped set industry standards for performance, capacity, capability and security.
For years, Linux, arguably the most important free software project, has been dominated by big enterprise IT vendors. Even as Linux made its way into mobile phones, cars and just about anything else with an on/off switch, the center of development gravity stayed in enterprise servers.
Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, announced on November 9th the immediate availability of the first beta version of the upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6 operating system.Besides the usual updates, improvements or bugfixes, this first development release of RHEL 5.6 is powered by a 2.6.1... (read more)
LinMin™, maker of award-winning IT automation software LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning™, today announced its support for running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 as well as for the remote provisioning and imaging of systems running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.