Blog Archive - December 2007



Open Source in Federal Government: 2007 Year in Review, Users and Developers Conference Recap

As a follow-up to last year’s panel, Paul Smith, Red Hat’s vice president for Government Sales Operations, will again participate in an open source panel discussion on Federal News Radio’s monthly Federal Executive Forum, discussing 2007 in review. The “Open Source Computing – One Year in Review”...

 

MRG Distinctions

Looking at the stories that have been written about Red Hat Enterprise MRG since our announcement on Tuesday, we think that it is worth pointing out a few additional distinctions about the offering. Some writeups have focused on MRG as a replacement for other vendor’s messaging products, such as...

 

New Red Hat Enterprise Linux TPC-H World-Record Performance Results Drastically Out-Perform Previous Leaders

TPC 100GB, 300 GB, 1,000 GB TPC results. Click to enlarge. On October 29th, 2007, Sun Microsystems announced three new TPC-H performance results that are dramatically better than any previous result. These benchmarks are based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.4 running the ParAccel Analytic...

 

Red Hat Enterprise MRG: Red Hat, Customer-Driven Innovation and Open Source Leadership

Red Hat has shown that open source is one of the best ways to bring customer-driven innovation and leadership to the market. Today’s announcement of Red Hat Enterprise MRG provides a perfect example of this in many respects. Spreading the Message of Open Source and Open Standards Red Hat...

 

The Pieces of MRG

Contribution by Carl Trieloff, Senior Consulting Software Engineer at Red Hat Today, the Red Hat crew announced a new offering called “Red Hat Enterprise MRG.” What is MRG? It is an interesting set of technologies (Messaging, Realtime and Grid) which, when combined, we believe will provide...

 

To Be, Rather Than to Seem

Red Hat is headquarted in North Carolina where the state motto is “Esse quam videri.” In Latin it means “To be, rather than to seem.” Loosely translated, it comes down to something like “Walk the walk.” CIO Insight Magazine’s latest “Vendor Value” study ranks Red Hat as the most-valuable...

 
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