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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
Virtualization: What's happening lately?
Last month, Red Hat Magazine featured several articles on virtualization. Since then, virtualization continues to be a topic of interest to the technology sector and the media.
And it's not just techies and sysadmins who are thinking about it. Investment bankers, CEOs, and health care professionals are looking for information. Virtualization is reducing IT infrastructure costs and making networks everywhere run more efficiently.
Who's looking for it?
- ComputerWorld: Watchwords at SNW: Simplicity, health care, virtualization
- ZDNet: More fuel for the desktop virtualization fire
- CNET: Miracle cure for software setup?
- DevX News: Momentum for Virtualization on Linux
Who's talking about it?
- CIO: Dell CTO: Virtualization Can Free Linux
- CMPnet: Hush and harmonize
- CRN: Red Hat, Intel Launch Global Solutions Program
- ZDNet: Virtualization start-ups hit reset button
- TheRegister: XenSource looks to invade Windows base
- CNET: Red Hat, Intel plan 17 development centers
- Computer Business Review: Red Hat Lines up Enterprise Linux Virtualization Edition
- InfoWorld: Red Hat aims to simplify CPU virtualization
- SearchOpenSource.com: Virtualization vendors jostle for position in wake of Red Hat's virtual play