Blog Archive - April 2010



Fedora 13 Spotlight Feature: Exploring New Frontiers of Python Development

This is the second post in our blog series highlighting some of the cool features slated for Fedora 13. Our first spotlight feature focused on improvements in NetworkManager. This second post dives into several new and innovative features planned for Fedora 13 that we believe will be useful to...

 

Top of Mind: Middleware2020

Last week we hosted Middleware2020: A Virtual Forum on the Future of Middleware and we invite you to view the full replay of the forum by going to http://www.redhat.com/middleware2020. From the positive response we had from hosting the forum, middleware seems to be on the top of everyone’s mind. ...

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta Available Today for Public Download

We are excited to share with you news of our first public step toward our next major Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform release with today’s Beta availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. Beginning today, we are inviting our customers, partners and members of the public to install, test and...

 

Fedora 13 Spotlight Feature: NetworkManager Gets Even More Connected

As with previous Fedora releases, we’ll once again be highlighting some of the new and improved features in a series of blogs leading up to our latest release, Fedora 13, anticipated in mid-May. First up on our list is NetworkManager.NetworkManager is used by most modern Linux distributions – not...

 

Fedora 13 “Goddard” Beta Blasts Off

The Beta release of Fedora 13 (codename “Goddard”) blasts off today, true to its namesake, scientist and liquid-fueled rocketry pioneer Robert Hutchings Goddard. The Fedora 13 Beta release gives an early peek at open source technologies that reach new heights of functionality and usability. The...

 

Middleware2020: A Virtual Forum on the Future of Middleware - Agenda Posted

Against the backdrop of EclipseCon2010, we announced the first virtual forum to discuss the future of middleware and so far we’ve had an overwhelmingly positive response. Registrations for the event are pouring in. Customers, partners and vendors want to play an active role in the evolution and...

 

Where’s Red Hat This April?

Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere. As the weather gets warmer, Red Hat is also turning up the heat for our April events. From the future of cloud computing and virtualization, to running Linux in financial markets- we’ll be at events all over the world to help you better understand...

 

Nominations Open for RHCE of the Year

Red Hat will again be honoring the hard work, expertise and ingenuity of some of the world’s premier IT professionals through its annual Red Hat Certified Engineer of the Year recognition. In the eleven years since the introduction of Red Hat’s first certification, the ranks of Red Hat certified...