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IT Management Linux News for Jun 20, 2001

  • Open Source in the Enterprise: Uneasiness Among Development Managers? (Jun 20, 2001, 18:30)
    What's keeping Open Source from more acceptance in the enterprise? A study indicates that development managers have some uneasiness about a lack of standards and -- gasp -- uneasiness about opening up their own proprietary code.

  • CNET News.com: Red Hat to Announce Database (Jun 20, 2001, 17:30)
    The burning question here is "what's going to form the foundation of this new product?" Red Hat didn't really mean to announce the new offering before its promised "agressive rollout," and the company isn't saying whether it's based on an existing open source/Free Software project or something devised internally. Some reports say RH may be using PostgresSQL.

  • Pervasive Software releases Linux version of its powerful data management software (Jun 20, 2001, 16:37)
    Pervasive.SQL 2000i provides backward compatibility with existing Btrieve API-based applications on Linux, Netware and Windows NT platforms and incorporates a rich set of features to minimize deployment and support costs, while facilitating Web and cross-platform migrations. It offers server/requester version independence, allowing the integration of Linux into an existing deployment without configuration changes.