CRN Applications and OS News


  • Red Hat Snaps Up JBoss
    Leading Linux distributor Red Hat gained more leverage over its open-source operating systems competitors on Monday, announcing it has signed an agreement to purchase middleware developer JBoss for an initial price of $350 million.
  • Red Hat To Buy JBoss
    Red Hat said Monday it plans to acquire JBoss in a deal valued at $350 million, ending months of speculation about the open-source application server developer's fate.
  • Virtual Iron 3 Goes Xen
    Virtual Iron announced at Linuxworld that its next generation 3.0 platform that will go into beta testing in July will offer support for the open source Xen engine, as well as the company's own advanced virtualization services under GPL and Virtualization Manager under commercial license
  • Toshiba Details New $20 Million Channel Program
    Toshiba Friday revealed final details of its new $20 million Toshiba Preferred Partner channel program which includes an increase in average margin for partners selling the company's notebooks to as much as 12 percent, up from seven percent.
  • DevPartner 8.0 Reduces The Complexity Of .Net Development
    Debugging .Net enterprise code can be a daunting task for corporate developers because Visual Studio and .Net hide complexity quite well. For this reason, CRN Test Center engineers highly recommend Compuware's DevPartner Studio 8.0.
  • The Lure Of Open Source
    As the Linux tide continues to rise, a new wave of channel programs is helping VARs net more open-source deals.
  • Force Is With Whom?
    NetSuite pulled out all the stops for its NetSuite 11 launch. Busing press, partners, analysts and customers to the McAfee Coliseum, the company enacted its “Suite Wars” drama, characterizing Microsoft, SAP and Salesforce.com as various incarnations of Darth Vader.
  • Flessner On The Database Wars
    Many see databases as a commodity. But there's still a lot of interesting work to be done, according to Paul Flessner, Microsoft senior vice president of data and storage platforms.
  • Microsoft Platforms Chief Talks Co-opetition With Open Source
    Bill Hilf, director of platform technology strategy at Microsoft, explains the Redmond, Wash., software giant's changing views on open source and its work with partners such as JBoss and Sugar CRM in an interview with CRN at LinuxWorld Expo.

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