Blog Archive - April 2007



Red Hat’s SOA Vision

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) enables enterprises to accelerate business execution while driving higher quality and customer satisfaction. The key to success in business is creating the ability to not only to respond to opportunities and threats, but to identify them as early as possible...

 

Driving Developer Preference

The success of JBoss has hinged on grassroots adoption by developers and users of our open source technologies. Thank you for your support over the years! With our relaunch of JBoss.org, we are hoping to fuel that innovative spirit further and keep our users informed and excited about our new...

 

Red Hat and Vitria Accelerate the Next Migration Opportunity

Red Hat continues to work with partners to deliver simple, open, and affordable SOA to help drive the next migration opportunity: moving legacy application infrastructures to JBoss. With Vitria, we jointly announced bringing the strengths of the two companies together to further this SOA vision....

 

New Development, Distribution and Support Model for JBoss

This is a very important week for Red Hat and JBoss, not only because we are announcing the strategic acquisition of MetaMatrix, but also because we are evolving our development, distribution and support model. Let me dig into what this means. Historically, JBoss has developed and supported...

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Five, Four Weeks Later

It’s only been four weeks since the launch of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and we’re happy to report that as of today, we already have 90 partners and 132 applications certified to run on the latest version of our operating system. Leading up to the official availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux...

 

Critical Kerberos Telnet Daemon Flaw

A critical flaw was announced today that affects the MIT Kerberos telnet daemon, distributed with all versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. With this flaw, an attacker who can access the telnet port of a target machine could log in remotely as root without requiring a password.The Kerberos telnet...