Blog Archive - November 2007



Public Beta Now Open for Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

Today, less than three weeks since the announcement of our collaboration with Amazon Web Services, Red Hat has opened the beta for Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Amazon EC2 to the general public. Customers who wish to participate in the beta can visit here and subscribe to the service using a major...

 

Red Hat Exchange Expands: More Products, New Platforms and Enhanced Support Offerings

Since launching Red Hat Exchange (RHX) at the Red Hat Summit in May 2007, our team has been busy preparing new products for customers that can be deployed on multiple platforms and that can be purchased with a full range of support tiers. Here’s more information on our new offerings:Virtual...

 

Open Source and Healthcare

There’s growing interest in open source and healthcare IT. Why are people interested? One, the problem space is hard. Clinical data is complex. There are technical issues — but equally complex legal and business issues. No one company or person has all the answers. A collaborative model lets...

 

Fedora 8, Live Today

Today, Fedora 8 is available for download. The newest release brings with it a developer spin, a games spin and an electronic-lab spin, in addition to the GNOME and KDE desktop spins that were first part of Fedora 7.Fedora’s development priorities tend to come in cycles. If you think back to the...

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux In the Cloud

Today, Red Hat announced that customers can now purchase Red Hat Enterprise Linux “in the cloud” in conjunction with Amazon Web Services. Wondering what “in the cloud” means? “Cloud”-based web services allow customers to very easily scale up and down their compute power as the demands on a...

 

Linux Automation. Any application, anywhere, anytime.

Today Red Hat made some announcements, under an umbrella theme of Linux Automation. At first glance, this would seem surprising. But when you tear it apart, a focus on automation makes extreme sense. Go back 10 years and look what was happening in the processor space. Price/performance of Intel...

 

Red Hat Helps Advance Open Source Java

Red Hat has always supported Sun’s efforts to build an open source community around Java. We helped start the IcedTea project earlier this year, and we’re excited to see its inclusion in Fedora 8, available soon.Today, we made our support a little more official, by signing Sun’s broad contributor...

 

Where’s Red Hat This November?

North America Join us at Oracle Openworld at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, CA, November 11-15, 2007 at booth #822 in South Hall, where we will showcase and feature theater presentations highlighting Red Hat Enterprise Linux, MetaMatrix and our online solutions during exhibit...