Blog Archive - May 2008



Where’s Red Hat This June?

North America The fourth-annual Red Hat Summit will take place June 18-20 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass. The event will feature keynote speeches from Red Hat President and CEO, Jim Whitehurst; Red Hat CTO, Brian Stevens; Co-Creator of The Simpsons, Joel Cohen; General Manager,...

 

Ride the Wave with Fedora 9

A little more than two weeks after the release of Fedora 9 and we’re certainly making waves with strong download numbers. At almost exactly the one-week mark, Fedora 9 saw about 15 percent more downloads than Fedora 8 received during its first week. While this is an impressive number, Fedora is...

 

Security, Open Source Style

Today we’re excited to announce another community initiative — the Open Source Software Security community (oss-security). This project is an ongoing effort to manage security information in open source software by building on the collaborative foundation of the open source model. The purpose of...

 

JBoss.org Launches Seam 2.0.2.GA

JBoss.org recently announced the release of Seam 2.0.2.GA, the latest generation of the JBoss Seam 2 project. The first iteration of Seam 2 launched in November 2007, and has seen over 70,000 downloads since then. You can download the newest release here.

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2

Today we released the second update to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. As with earlier minor releases, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 comes with a broad set of bug fixes, updated hardware support capabilities, ?quality improvements, and a set of new software features that have been backported from...

 

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Lifecycle

This is one of two Red Hat Enterprise Linux-related blogs released today. It highlights something that we are proud of and applies to all Red Hat Enterprise Linux releases, our software maintenance and lifecycle policies. The other blog covers the new capabilities provided by Red Hat Enterprise...

 

Red Hat Releases Para-Virtualized Drivers for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Today we released a set of para-virtualized (PV) drivers for use with fully-virtualized (FV) Red Hat Enterprise Linux guests running on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 (or later) host. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 introduced native virtualization support when it was released in March 2007. This...

 

A New Goal for Open Source

The attacking left forward fakes his body to the left as he gracefully slides to the right around his opponent. Dribbling carefully into position, he sizes up the Australian goalie, who, he recalls, tends to play a little aggressively to one side, especially in that last match against Italy. An...

 

Mr. HISTalk Interviews Dave Nesvisky, VP, Healthcare, Red Hat

Mr. HISTalk was gracious enough to recently spend some time interviewing Dave Nesvisky about Red Hat and healthcare. Dave talks in detail about the growing adoption we’ve seen of open source solutions in the healthcare industry, as well as how we’ve seen success with more than just Red Hat...

 

EDB Implements Red Hat Solutions for the Reliability of In-House Mainframe Computing

See the full press release: http://www.redhat.com/about/news/prarchive/2008/edb.html.

 
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