Blog Archive - May 2007



Fedora 7 Now Available

Today marks an important day in Fedora history. We’ve released Fedora 7 — the most ambitious release that we’ve undertaken so far. We hope that when we look back one or two years down the road, the decisions that we made for this release will have proven to be as impactful as anything we’ve done...

 

Red Hat Certificate System 7.3 Now Available

Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of Red Hat Certificate System 7.3. Containing a highly configurable set of software components and tools for creating, deploying and managing certificates, Red Hat Certificate System is a powerful security framework to guarantee the...

 

Red Hat Announces RHCEs of the Year

At the Red Hat Summit 2007, the achievements of Red Hat Certified Engineers (RHCEs) from around the world were honored for the second consecutive year. RHCE of the Year awards were granted to three individuals – one each from North America, Asia-Pacific and...

 

EMC Delivers World Class Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

EMC has and continues to be a very strategic partner for Red Hat. We share a very large and growing community of users across many verticals including financial services, healthcare and telco. These mutual customers demand true and better interoperability and ease of implementing solutions while...

 

An Open Source Architecture for Security Information

Identity interoperability across Windows and Linux is one area of focus highlighted by Microsoft and Novell in their November 2006 partnership announcements. Even though there is little detail about what Microsoft and Novell will provide, this aspect of the announcement has generated interest. We...

 

Deploy With Confidence

Red Hat has led and continues to lead the open source industry in promoting innovation and making free and open source software easier to consume. This includes providing our clients with the most comprehensive open source intellectual property protections through our Open Source Assurance...

 

Some Thoughts on Red Hat Exchange and Pentaho

Red Hat is changing the game again in open source. Of course, open source itself is transforming the marketplace, but Red Hat’s recent announcement of the availability of Red Hat Exchange is a very good thing to make it even easier for more companies to take advantage of open source software with...

 

RHX: Good for Scalix, Good for our Customers and Good for Linux Adoption

Scalix was thrilled when we saw the plans for Red Hat Exchange (RHX) emerge from Raleigh. The Red Hat vision of ‘pre-baked’ solution suites and a single point of contact will drive risk and complexity out of the equation for businesses and make it easier for them to adopt business-critical Linux...

 

Introducing Red Hat Exchange (RHX)

We’re excited to announce that, as of today, Red Hat Exchange (RHX) is now open for business. Missed the press release? See it here. RHX is focused on streamlining the process of researching, purchasing, deploying and getting support for business application software. Here’s a list of what...

 

CentricCRM Teams Up With Red Hat Exchange (RHX)

The launch of Red Hat Exchange (RHX) today marks a significant milestone in the evolution of the open source software industry. Red Hat, a pioneer in developing this industry, continues its ways with the establishment of a global online marketplace for integrated open source solutions. Such...

 
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