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Issue #18 April 2006
- Inside Fedora Core 5
- Introduction to Eclipse on Fedora
- Confessions of an Eclipse convert
- FUDCon Friday
- Podcast: Fedora Reloaded: Episode 5
- Podcast: The future of the Fedora community
- Red Hat to acquire JBoss
- Podcast: Certified engineer and jazz musician lives to improvise
- Video: He came, he saw, he got a job
- Red Hat plans Summit IP panel
- UNC Symposium on Intellectual Property, Creativity, and the Innovation Process
- Opening Red Hat Knowledgebase
- Video: Volunteers join Sri Lanka tsunami relief effort
- Virtualization: What's happening lately?
- Video: CD-adapco lowers costs, increases performance with GFS
From the Inside
In each Issue
- Editor's blog
- Red Hat speaks
- Ask Shadowman
- Tips & tricks
- Fedora status report
- Podcast (XML)
- Magazine archive
From the Inside
In the news
- CNET: Red Hat and JBoss: No turning back for open-source
- internetnews.com: Red Hat's New-Look Enterprise Linux
- LinuxElectrons: Red Hat Intends to Integrate Xen Into Enterprise Linux Platform
- CNET: Red Hat works to solidify Xen interface
- internetnews.com: Red Hat Fedora Core 5 Released
- Linux365: UAE's Leading Construction Company Migrates to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- ZDNet: Red Hat growth tops estimates by a notch
- CNET: 'Sandal and ponytail set' cramping Linux adoption?
- CNET: Digital divide starts to close
- Boston.com: MIT professor dismisses laptop criticism
Whitepapers and case studies
Get the insight you need to guide you on your next Linux project. Our whitepapers are written by Red Hat experts and respected industry analysts like IDC. They provide in-depth analysis on a range of topics including migration, security, and e-commerce. It's required reading for anyone considering open source technology. And it's free. All you have to do is register.
- Case study: Messe Munich
- Messe Munchen International (Munich International Trade Fair--MMI), which organizes about 40 trade fairs for capital goods, consumer goods, and new technologies is one of the world's leading trade fair companies. Over 30,000 exhibitors representing more than 90 countries and two million visitors from about 180 countries take part in the events in Munich every year. With five subsidiary companies abroad, global trade fairs and 75 foreign branches dealing with 89 countries, MMI has a very strong worldwide network. Read the case study.
- Case study: CD-adapco
- CD-adapco is a global leader of engineering and modeling services for a wide spectrum of businesses that include automotive and aerospace industries. With offices spanning the globe and clients demanding advanced computation-based engineering, CD-adapco must quickly and efficiently create cutting-edge solutions that meet the exacting standards of these highly technical industries. Large amounts of computing power and storage are essential requirements to carry out this mission-critical function. Read the case study or watch the video.
- Case study: Skanska
- A world leader in the construction industry, Skanska aims to keep the quality high, the costs low, and customer experience at the world-class level. Efficient and reliable technology plays a major role in achieving this goal, and when it was time to upgrade, Skanska chose to migrate from Sun Solaris to Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Dell for Oracle11i and Oracle10g RAC. Read the case study or watch the video.
Check the list to see if Red Hat is coming to a city near you.
- Linux on Wall Street
Monday, April 24
Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY
Learn why the global financial markets are adopting Linux and open
source technologies to run their mission critical enterprise trading and
investment applications. This conference will include real-life case
studies as well as thought leadership presentations designed to equip
Wall Street with a practical blueprint for deploying these new
technologies. Visit and meet with Red Hat experts in Booth #210 and
hear a keynote by Erich Morisse regarding the adoption of Linux and
open source as a competitive strategy.
- Oracle Applications Users Groups (OAUG): Collaborate '06
April 23 - 27, 2006
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Ready for exclusive access to the greater Oracle community? Collaborate
'06 is your ticket. This year will be an event like you've never seen
before -- the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG, formerly
International Oracle Users Group), the Oracle Applications Users Group
(OAUG) and Quest International Users Group (Quest) have combined
resources and ideas to bring you a truly global event in one location,
delivering the same exceptional content you've come to expect from the
OAUG Connection Point® conference each year. Learn firsthand about
best practices and user-driven training - and visit with Red Hat experts
on the show floor, in booth #362.
- Desktop Linux Summit
April 24 - 25, 2006
Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA
It's all under one roof - the 4th annual event where you can hear all
about the current issues and learn more than ever about Desktop Linux!
Executive keynotes, workshops and technical sessions will bring you up
to date on topics such as the business case for Linux, migrating
desktops from Windows, PC's for the emerging markets, and how schools
can make the switch! Special sessions are available for beginners,
system builders, SMB's and more. Don't miss it - visit with Red Hat in
booth #23 and #24 and also hear Michael Evans, Red Hat's Vice President
for Corporate Development, deliver his keynote, "Changing the World with
Alternative Desktop Approaches."
- Red Hat Summit 2006
May 30-June 2, 2006
It's the second-annual Red Hat Summit! Red Hat Summit 2006 will bring together the diverse people that make up the open source community, including community contributors, developers, customers, and partners. The Summit will blend different views and content into a program useful for attendees building and enabling open source architectures. It's a must-see, must-do.
Learn more and register