Blog Archive - April 2008



iHealthBeat Discusses Open Health Tools

Last week, iHealthBeat posted an 8 minute audio interview discussing the recently announced Open Health Tools consortium. Open source and healthcare has the potential to change the current healthcare IT landscape, enabling healthcare IT vendors to focus on what truly differentiates systems...

 

Provisioning our New Middleware Architecture

Red Hat Information Technology has created a new middleware architecture for our internally-developed applications. Although many of our internal applications take advantage of open source solutions, we have historically used tools such as Tomcat and Perl on a standalone basis and not taken full...

 

Fedora Returns from the University Tour

At the end of March, members of our Fedora Project team set out on the 2008 North American University Tour to spread the word about free software and Fedora. We want to make sure that the important principles of open source software are highlighted in universities around the world as they develop...

 

Continuing Security Leadership

Today, with atsec information security, we announced that JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, v4.3 is currently ‘In Evaluation’ for Common Criteria certification at Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL)2+ (augmented for flaw remediation). This is an important announcement on many levels. It...

 

IDC Discusses the Health of the Linux Server Market

An interesting new report — “The Role of Linux Servers and Commercial Workloads” — sponsored by The Linux Foundation and published by IDC, provides some impressive facts and opinions about the health of the Linux server market. Quoting from the Summary: “Spending on software related to Linux SOE...

 

Florida Hospital Talks About Using Open Source to Cure Hospital IT

LinuxInsider recently published a case study on Florida Hospital and how they’ve used open source software to address challenges around reliability and cost. For more details, read the Red Hat case study of Florida Hospital or visit us online.

 

What’s Going On With Red Hat Desktop Systems? An Update

Red Hat is well known as a supplier of server systems, so the latest developments with our desktop products and technologies sometimes find themselves in the shade. It’s time for an update on the current state of the desktop at Red Hat. Red Hat develops client solutions based on customer and...

 

Red Hat High on the List of Rapidly Growing Software Companies

I was pleased to see that Red Hat is ranked number 12 on the CIOZone list of rapidly growing software companies. See the full list at The 60 Fastest Growing Software Companies.

 

JBoss Seam Framework Named a Finalist in Developer Awards

JBoss Seam is an application framework that is used by our customers to build next-generation Web 2.0 applications and is designed to eliminate complexity. JBoss Seam, along with JBoss Hibernate, is one of the many fully integrated and supported components in our JBoss Enterprise Application...

 

Red Hat Welcomes OpenSolaris and Ubuntu to the World of Type Enforcement

In the last few weeks, there have been three significant events in the adoption of SELinux and Type Enforcement. They’re all exciting, and each is a testament to the long-term success and viability of the TE approach. Even more exciting, though, is the fact that none of these announcements came...

 
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