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Nexenta explains the economics behind Software-Defined Storage

Nexenta is a software-only, software-defined storage (SDS) solution that enables users to create storage systems with the x86-based hardware of their choice and disk or flash-based arrays, with support recently added for all-flash arrays. 605 more words

Briefing Note

Is VMware OpenStack an embrace of open source -- or an attempt to extinguish it?

Open source–oriented developers tend to view proprietary software — and the companies that make it — with suspicion, if not outright disdain. That seems particularly true of VMware, which this week jumped into the fray with its… 551 more words

レッドハット、「CloudForms 3.1」を発表--Linux大手が目指すクラウド市場の覇権 [ #cbajp ]

Linux大手のRed Hatが、クラウド分野でも一大勢力になることを目指しているのは間違いない。Red HatがVMworldの開幕日に、オープンハイブリッドクラウド管理ソリューション「Red Hat CloudForms 3.1」を9月にリリースすると発表したことには、同社のクラウドに対する決意が顕著に表れている。Red Hatの動向を詳しく追ってきた人にとっては、意外なことではないだろう。同社の最高経営責任者(CEO)であるJim Whitehurst氏は2011年、Red Hatの最大のライバルはVMwareになると予想していた。



Red Hat Launches Asia Pacific Forum To Answer Open Source Questions

Open source solutions provider, Red Hat, will be hosting its annual Asia Pacific forums to address pain-points and share strategies with public sector agencies and businesses interested in open source. 38 more words


A peek at the Peq hub expected at Best Buy and making the trains run on time

It’s late summer, and most of the tech world is devoid of actual news, but when it comes to the internet of things we have a new smart home hub to discuss in the Peq and a guest who can help explain some of the many protocols associated with the industrial internet. 440 more words

Internet Of Things

Regarding the Importance of Quality, Trust, and Certifications

Last Thursday’s post directed you to the Red Hat Blog where we underscored why the operating system remains vitally important.  In this related companion piece we’re reminded why quality, a chain of trust, and certifications are integral to enterprise-grade products.  43 more words

Red Hat Enterprise Linux