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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 Red Hat makes more money on Docker than Docker does
TechRepublic – December 23, 2016
Docker is sticking close to Red Hat's playbook, open sourcing its code. Not content to stop there, however, Docker has also been buying companies and open sourcing their code, too—just as Red Hat has done (Gluster, 3scale, etc.).
Insights on Red Hat, SUSE & Canonical; The Major Linux Companies
The FOSS Post – January 11, 2017
Open source software were always promisable. Thanks for the collaboration, opportunities and infrastructure that it provides to both end users and enterprises. Linux is an amazing example for a successful open source code which shapes future.
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 Improves Storage
eWeek – January 18, 2017
New release of Red Hat's enterprise-grade container platform is based on the recent Kubernetes 1.4 milestone, adding new dynamic storage capabilities and an enhanced dashboard.
Red Hat CEO Says Users Are Driving Business Software Innovation
Wall Street Journal – January 23, 2017
The center of innovation in business software has shifted toward users in the corporate world, according to Jim Whitehurst, CEO of open-source software pioneer Red Hat Inc.
The 20 Coolest Cloud Platform And Development Vendors Of The 2017 Cloud 100
CRN – February 1, 2017
Businesses discovering the emerging competitive landscape requires them to build and deploy software rapidly are increasingly turning to Platform-as-a-Service solutions to power their digital transformations.
Blockchain: The Invisible Technology That's Changing the World
PCMag India – February 6, 2017
Blockchain isn't a household buzzword, like the cloud or the Internet of Things. It's not an in-your-face innovation you can see and touch as easily as a smartphone or a package from Amazon.

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