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Dec. ADVISORY/ Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik to Testify Before Senate Judiciary Committee Regarding Microsoft Settlement

  • December 11, 2001
WHO: Red Hat, Inc., CEO Matthew Szulik WHAT: Testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the matter of the anti-trust case settlement against Microsoft Corporation WHERE: Dirksen Building, U.S. Senate Office Building, Room 106, Washington D.C. WHEN: 10:00 a.m. EST Wednesday, December 12, 2001 Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq:RHAT) today announced that at 10:00 a.m. EST on Wednesday, December 12, 2001, CEO Matthew Szulik has been invited to testify on the proposed anti-trust settlement between Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq:MSFT), and the federal government. As an... (more)

Red Hat's Alan Cox Named Candidate for Prestiguous Technology Review 100

  • November 19, 2001
Alan Cox, "Kernel Hacker" at Red Hat, known throughout the open source community as one of the industry's most influential programmers, has been named a candidate for the worldwide Technology Review 100 (TR100). The TR100 is a unique listing of the world's top 100 young innovators published by Technology Review, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) award-winning publication. Cox was singled out as an individual whose technical achievements for Red Hat and for the Linux industry demonstrate promise to impact technology in the 21st century.

Media Alert - Red Hat Introduces Expanded eLearning Course Curriculum

  • November 15, 2001
Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq:RHAT), a leader in training and certification on Linux and open source technologies, today announced an expanded catalog of eLearning courses. These courses add to Red Hat's already popular classroom and eLearning programs for the RHCE track and for developers. The new Red Hat eLearning schedule includes courses on Internet infrastructure, networking fundamentals, eCommerce architecture and planning, database design and skills, and web development skills including XML, HTML, JDBC and JSP. Many of the new courses provide pre-requisite or co-requisite skills for Red Hat's... (more)

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Why Is Microsoft Showing So Much Interest In Linux?
Forbes – December 7, 2016
Microsoft has decided that the operating system is no longer an important battleground, and that it's more important to gain market share in cloud (Azure and Office 365) than it is to put energy into battling Linux for application market share.
How Red Hat and OpenShift Automate Infrastructure Management — Helping You Develop, Deploy, and Scale Container-Based Apps Faster
HostingAdvice.com – November 23, 2016
OpenShift capitalizes on Docker containers and Kubernetes orchestration, balancing flexible computing power with an easy-to-use interface. Developer Evangelist Grant Shipley told us about some of his favorite OpenShift features and the challenge of balancing complicated developer needs with an easy-to-use interface.
Red Hat Opens Up OpenShift Dedicated to Google Cloud Platform
The New Stack – December 8, 2016
Red Hat announced the general availability of Google Cloud Platform as an alternative option for deploying OpenShift Dedicated.
Gift Spurs Open-Source Ideas At Duke
Duke Today – November 30, 2016
Thanks to a new collaboration between Red Hat and Duke University, Duke students are designing a new prosthetic that will help a 26-year-old in her work and other daily tasks.
How Red Hat aims to make Kubernetes boring...and successful
TechRepublic – November 17, 2016
Red Hat's Midas Touch comes down to making risky technology safe, and now it's hoping to do the same to Kubernetes. Here's how it wants to make Kubernetes more boring for risk-averse CIOs.
Open source: Walking the line between crowdsourcing and a captain-less ship
Telecoms.com – November 28, 2016
Some of the industry's most innovative concepts would not have arisen if not for the principles and acceptance of open source. But is open source all good?


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