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[News] Red Hat Sets Reasonably Good Example for Free Software, 3PAR Added Support for It

  • Subject: [News] Red Hat Sets Reasonably Good Example for Free Software, 3PAR Added Support for It
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 13:30:58 +0100
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Red Hat: The one true open source company?

,----[ Quote ]
| Oracle boasts an extensive list of free 
| and open source software, now more than 
| ever with its recent acquisition of Sun. 
| IBM is a key contributor to the Linux 
| kernel and dozens of other high-profile 
| open source projects. Google has released 
| millions of lines of code of Android, 
| Chrome, and GWT (Google Web Toolkit) for 
| public use.


3PAR adds could support with Red Hat server virtualisation

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| 3PAR has announced support for Red Hat 
| Enterprise Virtualisation for Servers, a 
| server virtualisation offering that 
| includes a standalone Kernel-based Virtual 
| Machine (KVM) hypervisor and server 
| management tools.
| The company said that 3PAR InServ Storage 
| Server customers can choose the Red Hat 
| Enterprise Virtualisation Hypervisor to 
| build and deploy a virtualisation 
| environment on a scale necessary for 
| public or private cloud datacentres.


200Day Might Become a Great Reference Point for Red Hat 



Red Hat exec: Oracle's not an open source company

,----[ Quote ]
| It's been said that Oracle is now the
| industry's most powerful open source
| vendor, but don't tell that to Red Hat
| executives, who say Oracle doesn't even
| qualify as an open source company.


WSJ: Red Hat shifts hiring strategy as competition for talent intensifies

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| The market for tech jobs appears to be
| tightening, creating increased competition
| for high-tech companies seeking new
| workers in the Triangle and other smaller
| metros.
| The Wall Street Journal makes that point
| in a story Monday that cites the example
| of companies such as Red Hat, which is
| adding 800 jobs to its 3,200-person staff
| and has to contend with resurgent hiring
| among Silicon Valley firms.
| To compete with better-known firms in tech
| hotspots such as California and Boston,
| Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) is retraining its
| recruiters to tell personal stories of
| opportunities and variety in tech projects
| to new hires. The company has retrained 50
| of its 437 hiring managers, the story said.

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