Blog Archive - October 2008



Red Hat Delivers Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 Beta

We’ve released the Beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 (kernel-2.6.18-120.el5), including versions for x86, x86/64, Itanium, IBM POWER and System z. The Beta runs until January 6, 2009. We’ll highlight a few of the more interesting new features and updates below, but for full details, see the...

 

No Tricks, Just Treats From Fedora 10

As we get closer to spooky Halloween here at the Fedora Project, we’re trying to scare out some lurking bugs in dark corners, to get ready for the Fedora 10 Preview Release. As you might know, we have a big line up of new features in Fedora 10, many of which were written by Fedora contributors...

 

Welcome to AMQP, Microsoft

Today, Microsoft announced that it has joined the AMQP working group. As a founding member of the AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol) working group, we at Red Hat are excited about this development. Just as Red Hat has been adding native AMQP support into the Linux platform and ecosystem at...

 

Wanted: Empirical Patent Law Scholarship

Red Hat is sponsoring a symposium today at the University of North Carolina School of Law on “Frontiers in Empirical Patent Law Scholarship.” The symposium features some twenty distinguished scholars with backgrounds in law, economics, technology, and other fields with research interests in the...

 

JBoss Seam 2.1 Now Available, Provides Continued Inspiration for Standards-Based Open Source

We are pleased to announce that the much-anticipated JBoss Seam 2.1 is now available. Seam 2.1 includes numerous new features and upgrades, including:* Support for Wicket * Identity management * Permission management * Support for JAX-RS * And much more JBoss Seam is an application framework for...

 

Project Jopr: JBoss Operations Network Now Open Source

In line with Red Hat’s dedication to expanding the reach of open source solutions, the JBoss Operations Network (ON) team is excited to announce that JBoss ON is now available as an open source solution through the open source project Jopr. It’s pronounced like jopper. We’re also debuting a...

 

Electronic Health Record Implementation: Making a Single View of Patient Data a Reality

Lately there has been increasing national attention around electronic health records. Most recently, this issue was highlighted in last week’s Presidential debate as one of the solutions our country should consider in our efforts to modernize and streamline the nation’s healthcare system. This...

 

Connection Sharing in NetworkManager

If you’ve already used Fedora, you know that NetworkManager is the absolute easiest way to handle networking for users. Wired, wireless, DSL, even VPN – all just a couple clicks away without any mucking about with configuration files. NetworkManager is so easy that every other major distribution...

 

Where’s Red Hat This October?

North America The 2008 Red Hat Government Users and Developers Conference (RHGUDC) will be held on October 7 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. The event will showcase innovations and trends in open source technology as it brings together engineers...