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[News] Red Hat Speaks About Fog Computing, Linux Box Corporation Offers Better Mail Control

  • Subject: [News] Red Hat Speaks About Fog Computing, Linux Box Corporation Offers Better Mail Control
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:23:20 +0100
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Transforming the data centre with a cloud

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| The future of IT favours open standards and 
| open source as enterprises search for 
| solutions that are robust, interoperable and 
| free of vendor lock-in. Google, Amazon and IBM 
| run massively scalable infrastructure on open 
| source Linux.
| Linux can run on multiple hardware options, 
| bringing freedom of choice. And without the 
| burden of licence fees to be paid to any 
| vendor, it comes with an inherent cost 
| advantage. As a consequence, it is the 
| platform of choice for many software 
| developers.


New Email Archiving System From The Linux Box Provides IT and Compliance
Managers With Simplified Retention and Retrieval of Company Email

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| A new email archiving software system that 
| enables companies to better handle regulatory 
| compliance and storage issues has been 
| launched by The Linux Box Corporation.



Always have an exit strategy when looking at cloud

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| GH: Red Hat has been supporting the federal
| government in cloud computing in a number of
| ways.
| First, on a basic technology level, much of the
| innovation thatâs going on in cloud computing
| and virtualization has been happening in the
| open source world, specifically, in the open
| source Linux project.
| Red Hat is best known as a vendor of Linux
| services and support and our engineers have been
| working for many years on virtualization
| technology, and doing what it is that weâve
| always done with the open source community,
| which is creating an enabling layer that sits
| between your hardware and your applciations and
| actually gives your applications access to some
| of the really interesting innovations that are
| going on down in the hardware. So, in the role
| as a hypervisor â in the role as a software that
| hosts virtual guests in a cloud computing
| environment, weâve been working in that space
| for some time.

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