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IT Management Linux News for Jul 31, 2000

  • Upside: Collab.net signs with Oracle (Jul 31, 2000, 22:39)
    "Oracle wants to triple the size of its developer base over the next few years, and this is an ambitious first step."

  • Netcraft Survey for July released (Jul 31, 2000, 20:45)
    "Apache jumps to an all time high with 62.81% market share at 11,412,233 servers, a gain of 707,927 servers over the June results. This is more than 3 times Microsoft's market share, which is 19.87% at 3,611,020 servers, which is a gain of 122,258 servers over the June results."

  • BW: TurboLinux Launches DataServer With IBM DB2 Universal Database... (Jul 31, 2000, 19:29)
    "...delivers the performance and ironclad security of the TurboLinux operating system integrated with the power and speed of IBM's DB2 database for optimal backend server functionality."

  • LinuxPR: LynuxWorks and ISDCorp Announce Merger (Jul 31, 2000, 15:36)
    "The merger of ISDCorp is expected to increase LynuxWorks' ability to offer a broader range of scalable, high-performance and high-availability embedded Linux solutions to the marketplace."

  • The Daily Deal/Reuters: China's Red Flag Linux to fly IPO (Jul 31, 2000, 12:05)
    "Red Flag Software Co., nurtured by the Chinese government's top science think tank and President Jiang Zemin's eldest son, says it aims to take China's Linux-based software operating system to the world."

  • The Register: MS' Ballmer: Linux is communism (Jul 31, 2000, 11:14)
    "Steve Ballmer was the only person to raise the issue of Linux when he wrapped up Microsoft's annual financial analysts meeting in Seattle, although he put Sun and Oracle ahead in terms of being stronger competitors. They of course are 'civilised' competitors - but the Linux crowd, in the world of Prez Steve, are communists."