The Fedora Project is proud to announce that the upcoming release of Fedora 16, code-named “Verne”, is slated to feature the latest version of the popular GNOME desktop. Fedora seeks to offer the best free and open source technology, integrated into a Linux distribution that anyone can freely download, use, modify, and redistribute. The Fedora 16 release is also expected to include new features and enhancements for end users, administrators, developers, and enthusiasts.
The Fedora Project announces the beta release of its free cutting-edge Linux operating system, Fedora 16, code-named “Verne.”
Red Hat recognized as one of the Triangle#39;s best places to work.
Red Hat Unveils Award-winning Arquillian 1.0, Makes It Easier for Developers to Test Code Inside the Container
JBoss announces 1.0, an award-winning open source framework that makes it easier to run Java EE code tests inside the container.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 Beta Gives Enterprises Improved Performance and Scalability
Today we announce the acquisition of Gluster, Inc., and by doing so extend the Red Hat solution portfolio with industry-leading capability for managing the storage of unstructured data.
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JUDCon, the JBoss Users and Developer Conference and premier JBoss Developer Event, “By Developers, For Developers,” is pleased to announce that the call for papers for JUDCon:2011 London (October 31 - November 1) has been extended until September 5, 2011!
With all of the talk of cloud and cloud-based services, and many new contributors to the conversation, there has been some discourse about Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) andits role in the new cloud-enabled social and mobile world.