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Red Hat | Government News | August 2006

* WEBINAR: JBoss JEMS, August 31st * DoD's OPEN SOURCE CONFERENCE: September 14th, in Arlington, VA * GOVERNMENT TRAINING SPECIAL: New training packages now available * ROAD SHOW: Linux in New York City, September 20th * Hoosier daddy? Linux for more than 20,000 Indiana students * TECH BLOG: The Future of Virtualization * UPCOMING EVENTS: Red Hat Government tradeshows


Come hear about open source SOA and learn how JEMS can provide unparalleled extensibility and scalability for creating and deploying e-business applications.

Date: Thursday, August 31st Duration: 1 hour Time: 2:00 PM Eastern (11:00 AM Pacific) Speaker: Pierre Fricke, Director Product Management, JBoss

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ DoD CONFERENCE - OPEN SOURCE: NEW DoD PARADIGM, OR BUSINESS AS USUAL?

Is Open Source a new paradigm for DoD, or will its adoption lead to a loss of control, increased failures and vulnerability of our computer-based, highly networked systems?

Date: Thursday, September 14th Location: Hyatt Hotel, Arlington, VA Speakers include: Sue Payton, Under Secretary of Defense, Advanced Systems & Concepts

Learn more and register. ->


Blended learning allows you to augment your classroom instruction with eLearning that completely maps Red Hat's classroom training. Use it for post-class reference or as a "Prep Pack" to reinforce existing skills before you even hit the classroom!

Success packs allow students to retake a training exam with less pressure, while improving the chances of successfully passing the RHCT or RHCE exams.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ RED HAT ROADSHOW: LINUX IN NEW YORK CITY

Our monthly roadshow for state and local government agencies and academic institutions continues this Fall. These events are a free, half-day technical seminar on Enterprise Linux and open source solutions, featuring engineers from Red Hat, IBM, and customers. IT management and staff from all area state and local government agencies and academic institutions are cordially invited.

Date: Wednesday, September 20th Time: 12:00 - 4:30 p.m. (lunch included) Speaker: Pierre Fricke, Director of Product Management, JBoss Location: Millennium Hilton, Manhattan

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ HOOSIER DADDY? IN INDIANA SCHOOLS, IT'S LINUX

How's this for back-to-school fashion: More than 20,000 Indiana students are now Linux-enabled under a state grant program to roll out low-cost, easy-to-manage workstations, which are running various flavors of the open-source operating system.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TECH BLOG: THE FUTURE OF VIRTUALIZATION

When most people think of server virtualization, they think of one operating system running within a window on top of a second OS... More advanced enterprise usage of virtualization software may involve on-the-fly bare-metal installations, where multiple instances of an OS, along with related applications, are downloaded to computers that have no operating systems at all.

Read the full article in Government Computer News. ->

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ UPCOMING EVENTS: RED HAT GOVERNMENT TRADESHOWS

GTC East: September 25-28, Albany, NY ->

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