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Jacqueline Emigh

SOA vs Microservices: Differences, Pros & Cons

The concept of microservices vs. software-oriented architecture (SOA) is a debate that is largely settled. To simplify, both microservices and SOA are technologies based on using modular, componentized...

What is Hybrid IT? Solutions, Examples, Cost, Pros & Cons

Hybrid IT is an enterprise computing model in which the organization provides some resources through traditional in-house IT systems while also leveraging some combination of cloud computing...

GPL 3: Will Someone Lose, No Matter What?

Whether or not the GPL 3's controversial "grandfather" clause ever sees the light of day, it's sure to carry impacts of one sort or another, not just...

A New Dawn Rising For Open Documents?

With the filing of a new bill in Oregon, five US states have now taken legislative action around adopting open documents. Still, government agencies in the US...

Novell Seeks Partners Across Linux/Windows Integration

Novell is now on the lookout for more partners to work on-site at customer locations to help out with product maintenance and optimization. Opportunities with Novell are...

Openbravo’s ERP Draws International Cheers

With open-source ERP deployments now starting to take more hold, Spanish-based Openbravo is quickly gaining international penetration, garnering thousands of downloads a month of its Web-based software...

LinuxWorld OpenSolutions Wrap Up–Is Open Source Really Superior?

Without a doubt, the topic wasn't on the official list of conference tracks at LinuxWorld OpenSolutions Summit 2007. But among IT managers and developers who braved icy...

Virtualization Gets A Grip In 2006

When it comes to Linux servers, a few months can make a whole lot of difference. Earlier this year, Red Hat, Novell, and most major Linux vendors...

Enterprise Linux 2006–A Year Of Deals

In the enterprise Linux space, 2006 was marked by greater expansion of Linux into vertical markets, new products, and most notably, a string of surprise business deals...

Desktop Linux–What Happened, And What Didn’t, In 2006

Mozilla, Adobe, and Novell made some major news in desktop Linux this year, and smaller developers introduced interesting innovations. But on the whole, 2006 was just about...

Open Source Is More Than Software Alone

Open source development is influencing phenomena far beyond software, including manufacturing processes, classroom teaching, and the types of media now emerging online, said CollabNet CTO Brian Behlendorf,...

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