Articles about Open Source
Cloudera shuffles the deck as the current CEO moves into a new role.
There was a story recently that Red Hat would replace MySQL with MariaDB in the next version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Actually, Red Hat isn't saying yet which DBMS, or any other specific program, will be shipping in RHEL 7.
Doug Cutting, Hadoop creator and Apache Software Foundation chairman, tells ZDNet why he believes the days of businesses using proprietary OS and software platforms are numbered.
The message coming out of Red Hat's annual Red Hat Summit is that while Linux is Red Hat's foundation, OpenStack is its future.
Red Hat and Hortonworks aim to integrate products to boost the use of Apache Hadoop.
HP's innovations in its Converged Cloud portfolio, announced today at HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, are aimed at better ushering large enterprises from legacy to hybrid cloud environments.
TurnKey Linux, the ready-to-run Linux cloud server app company, is now offering 64-bit server apps on Amazon Web Services.
After two years in beta, Red Hat's platform as a service cloud, OpenShift, is ready for business.
The programmers spoke, and Google listened. Google is reopening the CalDAV API and opening up their CardDAV API at the same time.
Salesforce is acquiring a laundry list of databases: NoSQL, PostgreSQL and Oracle. Oracle, however, is rumored to have landed a nine figure deal from Salesforce. Ouch.
The first major Apache release of the open-source CloudStack cloud is now available
Salesforce.com apparently has some company as it looks to hop on the PostgreSQL bandwagon, at least as a second database supplier, according to a survey.
Can the open-source, Linux-based Firefox mobile operating system become a mobile-space player? The question is far from answered but Mozilla has a new supporter: major electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn.
The Open Group is planning a tweet jam around what it calls Platform 3.0 issues -- big data, cloud computing, the consumerization of IT and other current trends.
Principal creator of MySQL Monty Widenius is concerned about the consequences of certain corporate attitudes towards open-source software.