In this OnSecurity
podcast, eWEEK Senior Writer Matt Hines speaks with Novell distinguished engineer Dale Olds about the company’s Bandit project, an open-source effort to help pull together disparate identity management systems.
In this eWEEK Podcast
: Jack Messman, others out at Novell; lawmakers say no to net neutrality, for now; robots on parade with new software development tools; the latest in outsourcing: research and development. In commentary, Peter Coffee is disappointed in NASA’s attitude toward project management; in Katt, Spencer is gambling with Larry Ellison’s money.
Novell fires CEO Jack Messman and CFO Joseph Tibbetts Jr. as it looks to accelerate its growth strategy and continue its transition to Linux.
Little Red Riding Penguin: The Cyber Cynic
tells the story of when Tux, with his basket of goodies, met the big, bad Microsoft wolf one day on his way to grandma’s house.
In this UpFront
podcast, Red Hat Chairman, president and CEO Matthew Szulik talks with eWeek Editorial Director Eric Lundquist about Red Hat’s purchase of JBoss, the future of open source and Szulik’s interest in reviving the U.S. education system.
As it solidifies its position as a division of Red Hat, JBoss moves ahead with new projects aimed at broadening its position in the enterprise.
Oracle is announcing pre-tested architectures for running Oracle on Linux faster and less scarily.
Unless you’re coming out of MIT, Stanford or another of a handful of brand-name tech universities, you could be out of luck. Better go try MySQL or IBM instead.
There’s a handful of Windows alternatives arriving this summer that companies would do well to consider.
Microsoft’s goal: to take the technology to a mainstream audience and give every researcher and scientist access to supercomputing power from their desks within five years.