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Issue #19 May 2006
- Intro to design thinking
- Better Linux release notes through design thinking
- Nashville institution influences Summit design
- (Graphic) design exposed
- Design books that inspire us
- Podcasting in open source
- The Nashville Feed: Sounds of Music City
- Lyceum: One installation, many blogs
- Release early, release often. Why?
- Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, part 1
- Nashville by day or night
- Running Linux on small servers
- FAA saves $15 million
- Video: Muvee-making with Linux and Xen
- Video: Why Red Hat is interested in virtualization
From the Inside
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- Editor's blog
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- Fedora status report
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Why Red Hat is interested in virtualization
Virtualization solves the problem of minimal server utilization due to isolated application installations.
Red Hat takes a comprehensive architectural approach to addressing each cost element in the data center infrastructure, from hardware to software, power to testing.
In this video, Tim Yeaton, Sr. Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, explains why Red Hat launched its Virtualization Resource Center and why customers are drawn to virtualization technologies.