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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Server Blade Summit 2005, March 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Altiris, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATRS), a pioneer of IT lifecycle management solutions that reduce the total cost of owning IT resources, today announced Jeff Porcaro and Christine Ewing will be featured speakers at the Server Blade Summit 2005. They will discuss overcoming the challenges of managing heterogeneous hardware and operating system environments.
Also, we are somewhat cautious about what happened with Unix - it splintered into eight applications - until [Sun's Scott] McNealy finally announced he won the battle and had the one surviving Unix out there. We think Linux has the possibility of going the same route," said Rasmussen.
Opinion: There is no single answer. It really depends on what you want to do, but here are three of my favorites and the jobs they're most suited for.
The Mac Mini isn't just competition for Shuttle computers and mini-tower PCs. It's also competition for the much smaller embedded development boards that many users are building custom applications around. Peter Seebach takes a look at the Mac Mini as an embedded development platform.
Workload management is critically important for an on-demand business. IBM LoadLeveler is a job-management system that allows users to run more jobs in less time by matching the jobs' processing needs with the available resources. Maintaining maximum system uptime of the job management system is increasingly important.
Earlier this week, we reported that Yahoo! was planning to make all its services compatible with Mozilla Firefox. Not so, says the portal giant, which has issued a new statement saying that it cannot guarantee all its new products will work with Firefox.
Like its fellow E-commerce leviathans Amazon.com and eBay, Google is facing a reality of the Internet business: It needs to court independent software programmers as well as customers. Google today launched code.google.com, a site for programmers interested in writing applications that work in coordination with Google's search site.
What was once i2t back back in the day and then OutRider is now Systhread and they (he?) are pumping out a lot of content for Linux and Unix heads. First off, a rsync script and then a Perl Daemon. Take a look at systhread, a reinvigorated version of two old net sites, i2t and OutRider (or the OutRider Computing Journal). Apparently Jay Fink went all out and bought a FQDN for Systhread and has kicked off with 2 simple - yet very interesting stories, on using rsync and writing a daemon in Perl. Have fun.
Open-source software has caught the attention of the consulting industry as service providers look to help companies develop strategies for implementing Linux and other open-source packages. Upstart open-source consulting and integration firm Optaros Inc. on Wednesday formally introduced Robert Lefkowitz as its VP of research and executive education programs. This move follows Aztec Software's introduction last week of AztecSource open-source software-integration services.
BitMover, the world's leading supplier of distributed development tools, announced today the immediate release of an Open Source BitKeeper Client.
Flexbeta is running a side-by-side comparison (all-in-one page) of CD/DVD burners NeroLinux and K3b. K3b gains plenty of praise for its integrated user interface, look and feel, functionality, free license, and quite simply comes out on top. A good read if you need to be reminded of the goodness that is K3b.
Firefox continues to steal market share from Microsoft Internet Explorer, according to Net Applications, a maker of Web-monitoring software. According to the company's February figures, use of Firefox rose to 6.17% from 5.59% in January.
Daffodil Software today announced the release of Daffodil CRM v1.1, with import and search facility, at SourceForge.net.
KDE Ireland, the committees of the Irish Linux Users' Group and the Irish Free Software Organisation, on behalf of their members, have sent a briefing document to all Irish MEPs to explain the issues surrounding Software Patentability & EU Directive COD/2002/0047 as we see them and to impress upon the MEPs the importance of voting against this directive in its current form.
Slowly but surely, the tech shows are making a recovery.
Oh my, you're going to love this. A Kubuntu
Live CD featuring KDE 3.4 is now available for download
At OSDir we booted the latest Kubuntu and grabbed some great screenshots for your viewing pleasure.
The free and open source software world offers many different licenses, and this richness has both advantages and disadvantages. On one hand, developers differ in what they want to let others do with their code, and consequently need different licenses. On the other, many licenses do not allow anyone to use the code to which they apply inside products governed by other licenses (cross-license sharing). But this problem may be solved by a special kind of license -- a metalicense.
Remember SCO telling everyone they hoped to file their 10K prior to their delisting meeting with Nasdaq? Bob Mims of the Salt Lake Tribune tells us what happened yesterday at the meeting in Washington, and what leaps out is that they did not file the 10K:
IBM and Novell have launched a program to accelerate the development and certification of Novell's SUSE Linux on IBM's eServer and middleware platforms. IBM hopes the scheme will help double the number of Linux apps independent developers make for its servers within the next two years.
Embedded Linux operating system company LynuxWorks says it will have a new product out this summer that promises to make Linux a more viable system for running military-grade real-time applications, such as aircraft control systems.
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