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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Jason Brooks tagged redhat

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When I learned that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, which is a big release for Red Hat to which I've been looking forward for some time, was coming out on March 14, one of the first thoughts that crossed my mind was, "Great, when's CentOS 5 coming out?"

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In my recent review of Red Hat's Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and its brand-new Xen virtualization features a bit of a hard time with regard to the limitations of its management tools. Relative to the products of VMware, the current market/mind share leader

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Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Red Hat have both submitted new versions of their trusted operating systems (OS) for Common Criteria (CC) certification evaluation. While these systems are being evaluated against the same CC protection profiles and at the same

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the more companies that use this common platform to build their management systems, the broader the pool of companies that can easily integrate with Red Hat

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It is not clear if Illuminata has compared the TCO of multiple virtualised small iron, like blade servers, versus IBM's big-iron.

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The project that set out to extend bugfix availability for the Fedora releases that Red Hat discards is ending, and ending with it is more of Fedora's credibility as a worthwhile general purpose Linux OS.

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YAYEOS (Yet Another Year End Outlook Story)

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I don't believe that this is correct: "For another, there is proprietary material in RHEL. Red Hat is apologetic about it, citing security responsibilities -- but there they are inside RHEL, binary modules with no source code and maybe even under patent."

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