Blog Archive - November 2008



Ten Reasons To Get Fired Up Over Fedora 10 Final

Through this series of blog posts we’ve attempted to highlight just a few of the many significant features that will be included in Fedora 10. We hope these posts have piqued your interest and encouraged you to download Fedora 10 and even get involved in the Fedora Community. The final release...

 

Ten Reasons To Get Fired Up Over Fedora 10 Part 4

If there’s one thing that the Fedora Project does well, it’s community. With thousands of project members and contributors, and millions of users, we consider it not just a duty but a calling. One of the discoveries we made early on was that locality is a big part of community. Our Ambassadors...

 

Ten Reasons to Get Fired Up Over Fedora 10 Part 3

Fedora 10 leads free software distributions in a number of areas. One that is tremendously important to commercial entities is our virtualization platform. As with some other features found in Fedora releases, vitualization tools and capabilities often make their way into future Red Hat...

 

Ten Reasons to Get Fired Up Over Fedora 10 Part 2

Yesterday we told you about some of the changes in appearance you’ll see in Fedora 10. Today we continue our blog series with a discussion on how Fedora contributors are making significant advances in printing and better webcam support. You may not see these features, but they’ll make a big...

 

Ten Reasons to Get Fired Up Over Fedora 10 Part 1

Over the next week we plan to post a series of blogs that explore ten examples from around our community, of people making a difference to free software through their work in Fedora. These are just ten of the many reasons you’ll want to fire up Fedora 10 and take it for a spin on your system...

 

Cost Control Hits Home

I just reviewed an IDC report that indicates IT spending will grow at 2.6% in 2009, a lower rate of growth than previously forecast. That mirrors my view that on average, IT organizations will continue to invest next year, albeit at a modest rate. However, I don’t believe the general trend fully...

 

JBoss.org Portal Project v 2.7 Now Available

Red Hat is pleased to announce that JBoss.org Portal project v2.7 is now available. Congratulations to the team for their hard work and dedication on this latest version, which is the first of several versions to be released over the next two years, solidifying Open Source as a leader in the...

 

QPid Welcomes a New Member

QPid is the upstream open source project led by Apache that Red Hat participates heavily in to help develop Red Hat Enterprise MRG and to provide AMQP in Fedora. The initial QPid proposal was submitted by a Red Hat engineer to Apache, and the QPid community has grown significantly since then to...

 

Red Hat Delivers Red Hat Network Satellite 5.2

The Red Hat Network (RHN) Satellite team is pleased to announce the general availability of RHN Satellite and Proxy version 5.2 today. Though 5.2 is an incremental release for Satellite, it marks an important update for highlights including expanded platform and database support. Primarily a...

 

MetaMatrix Enterprise Data Services Platform expands data source and platform support, ease-of-use and monitoring

We are pleased to announce that the latest Service Pack release for MetaMatrix Enterprise Data Services Platform, v5.5 SP3, is now available for new and existing customers. 5.5 SP3 adds and extends capabilities in the areas of platform and data source support, usability and monitoring.In addition...

 
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