Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.4 brings updated KVM virtualization to RHEL 7 and OpenStack.
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Linux and open source have long played a major role in cars' electronics, but now Tesla is taking open-source automobiles to a whole new level — by setting free its electric car patents.
Developers have already started work on CentOS 7, the next version of the popular Red Hat Enterprise Linux clone.
Containers are finally coming into their own as a virtualization alternative, but until now their programs were incompatible. Now, the major container players are agreeing to line up behind Docker's libcontainer.
Enterprise Linux users, awake! Red Hat has finally released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, and it looks like it's going to run on everything, from the server in the back-room, to datacenters and the cloud.
Want applications to run on the newly released Docker 1.0? The company has you covered.
With the release of Docker 1.0, container technology took a big step forward in catching up with enterprise datacenter and cloud virtualization.
While the newest OpenSSL security problems are troubling, and you should address it, it's nothing as bad as Heartbleed.
Red Hat has released its latest collection of up-to-date programming languages and database management systems for Red Hat Enterprise Linux developers.
Want a fully open source Platform-as-a-Service cloud framework? Apache's just made Stratos a top-level project.