Blog Archive - June 2008



More on Red Hat’s Virtualization News

Today we made a series of exciting announcements around our continuing virtualization strategy. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 was released nearly 18 months ago and delivered a powerful virtualization solution to every Red Hat Enterprise Linux customer. We’ve seen Red Hat’s integrated virtualization...

 

Midland Memorial Uses Open Source and Red Hat

Midland Memorial Hospital, a 400-bed hospital in Midland, TX, uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Medsphere to provide a complete, robust electronic medical record solution. Medsphere provides commercial support for the open source VistA EMR system that was originally developed by the Department...

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 on HP Servers

With the recent release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2, the kickoff of the HP Technology Forum on Monday and the upcoming Red Hat Summit taking place later this week in Boston, Mass. — we wanted to share details about joint activity between Red Hat and HP. Red Hat and HP together provide...

 

JBoss Enters the Cloud

This morning, we announced that the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform has become the first supported Java application server available on Amazon EC2, joining Red Hat Enterprise Linux. While we’re excited to offer the first cloud-based Java application server, the real value of the...

 

Red Hat Recognizes 2008 RHCEs of the Year

The achievements of Red Hat Certified Engineers (RHCEs) from around the world will be honored for the third-consecutive year at the upcoming Red Hat Summit, June 18 – 20 in Boston, Mass. RHCE of the Year awards will be granted to five individuals – one each from the United States, Canada,...

 

FUDCon – Just 7 Days Away!

While Red Hat executives, developers, partners, and customers are gathering at the Summit next week, there's an additional event running simultaneously. From Thursday, June 19, to Saturday, June 21, we're holding a Fedora Users and Developers Conference (FUDCon) in Boston. There you'll find the...

 

RHX: Lessons Learned

We are just beyond the first year anniversary of RHX, Red Hat’s program for open source software vendors. Rumors of its death have been greatly exaggerated. RHX is different now. The team is smaller and the target market is different; but, fundamentally, RHX is smarter. It’s very much alive and...

 

Red Hat Puts Patent Issue to Rest

Today Red Hat announced the settlement of patent litigation involving Firestar Software, Inc. and DataTern, Inc. Below is a detailed FAQ with additional information about today’s news. 1. What was the lawsuit against Red Hat about? The lawsuit was originally filed by Firestar Software, Inc....

 

The Unstoppable March of Open Source

This week, in its annual Top 100 list, SD Times pointed out the phenomena of the “unstoppable march of open source.” We couldn’t agree more with this theme and have been leading this march toward open source inevitability. Our proof points can be seen in a recent list of accolades received by...

 
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