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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Canonical's and Red Hat's Shameful War Against One Another… and Against the A... - 0 views

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      # ! Guess who (& why) can be behind... # ! feeding a warped conflict in the core of # ! the #FreeSotware environment... [# ! Note: Look how 'some' treat their ''friends'... http://fossbytes.com/microsoft-buys-canonical-kills-ubuntu-linux-forever/ # ! and guess how they can behave with their rivals... # ! ...and what all this conflict represents for the Digital Community, as a whole...]
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    "Summary: In an effort to trip each other up and in order to become the 'industry standard', Canonical and Red Hat hurt each other and alienate the media (what's left of it)"
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    "Summary: In an effort to trip each other up and in order to become the 'industry standard', Canonical and Red Hat hurt each other and alienate the media (what's left of it)"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Red Hat To Be First $2 Billion Open Source Company - InformationWeek - 0 views

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    "Red Hat reports 13% growth in the second quarter, improved cloud and emerging technology sales, and an expanded revenue estimate for third quarter."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Red Hat Promises Ease of Use in New RHEL OpenStack Platform 7 | Enterprise | LinuxInsider - 0 views

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    "The push for new features in RHEL OpenStack Platform 7 centered around the need to simplify complicated installations. Many enterprise users found challenges around initial deployment, as well as ongoing daily operations. "We found that customers faced several difficulties in production use," siad Red Hat OpenStack General Manager Radhesh Balakrishnan."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7 Hits General Availability - 0 views

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    "Red Hat today is announcing the general availability of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7 (RHEL) milestone. RHEL 6.7 has been in beta deployments since May and is the seventh update to RHEL 6 since the server operating system first debuted in November of 2010."
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