Blog Archive - June 2007



GPLv3

We want to congratulate the Free Software Foundation, the Software Freedom Law Center, and the many companies and individuals, who have all worked so diligently, for their efforts in developing version 3 of the GNU General Public License. Their work is to be commended. Red Hat believes our end...

 

AmberPoint Introduces Next-Generation SOA Runtime Governance for JBoss Enterprise Middlware

AmberPoint recently announced version 6 of AmberPoint SOA Management System and AmberPoint SOA Validation System. Each delivers new capabilities for understanding and controlling heterogeneous SOA applications and business processes. Key areas of improvement include visibility into your SOA...

 

Exadel Plugins Now Available in Open Source at JBoss Tools

An important milestone has been reached for the upcoming Red Hat Developer Studio product from Red Hat. We have completed open sourcing the former Exadel Studio Pro plugins from the Red Hat/Exadel Partnership that we announced back at EclipseCon in March.These plugins, along with the former JBoss...

 

Third-Party Severity Ratings

The National Vulnerability Database (NVD) is a US Government repository of vulnerability management data that includes databases of security checklists, security related software flaws and impact metrics. It provides a public severity rating for all the vulnerabilities named by the CVE (Common...

 

Software Cycles: Back to Interoperability

An excerpt from Mark Little’s blog on JBoss.com: The software industry goes through cycles in just the same way as other industries. Back in the early 1980s, we were working on defining distributed systems with work on RPC, stub generators, naming services, transactions, security etc. A lot of...

 

The Genesis of Advanced Platform

Now that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 has been available for a few months, it seems like a good time to stand back and take a higher-level look at the new member of the server family – Advanced Platform. In previous releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, we had AS and ES server variants. Have you...

 

Red Hat and Mobicents Making Open Source Strategic For Telecom Carriers

The convergence of voice, video and data is causing sweeping change in the telco industry. It’s increasing demands on providers too. Red Hat delivers the tools to help telecom carriers deliver next-generation communications: an infrastructure that cuts costs and increases performance, and a true...

 

Peer-to-Patent Pilot Launches

Red Hat is a proud sponsor of and contributor to the pilot program of the Peer-to-Patent project, which launched June 15, 2007. This project, developed by New York Law School’s Institute for Information Law and Policy with the cooperation of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO),...

 

Red Hat and August Schell Run World’s Largest PKI Installation on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat has teamed up with August Schell to run and support the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) public key infrastructure (PKI). The DoD PKI is the world’s largest and most advanced PKI installation, supporting all military and civilian personnel throughout the DoD worldwide. Red Hat...

 

It’s 2am, Are Your Servers Up?

CC-simplified Red Hat Command Center — Simplified. Questions like this tug at the heartstrings — and coronary arteries — of systems administrators everywhere. At Red Hat, we’re IT people. We get it. That’s why we’re proud to announce the availability of an updated Red Hat Command Center hosted...

 
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