The deal is closed: Debian 5.0, code-named Lenny, is officially available.more »
After a year as its head, Jim Whitehurst has issued a financial assessment of the Red Hat Linux distro and spoke of its future plans. He sees the company braced for success, with an advantage over its proprietary competitors, thanks to Open Source.more »
Network Backup vendor Arkeia has an infusion of cash, a new CEO and marketing chief, a move back to a former headquarters, and a new version with a virtualization client. Linux Magazine Online had the opportunity to interview Bill Evans, Arkeia's new CEO, and Frederic Renard, the new VP of marketing.more »
Virtualization specialist VMware has released a free Linux client for its VMware View desktop solution.more »
With Moblin2 Intel is taking another shot at developing a distro that runs on mobile Internet devices and netbooks. The first alpha of the small distro boots up fast.more »
Data security independence from hardware is the promise from backup specialist Arkeia for its upcoming Network Backup version 8.0. But it's not the only enhancement from the company with its French roots.more »
Sun Microsystems has acquired Belgian company Q-Layer, which specializes in cloud computing.more »
Rocks Clustering Creating virtual clusters with RocksDec 31, 2008
Rocks offers an easy solution for clustering with virtual machines.more »
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