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IT Management Linux News for Nov 04, 2009

  • AMD opening shop in the Middle East? (Nov 04, 2009, 18:33)
    InternetNews: "It looks like AMD and Globalfoundries are going to set up shop in Dubai after taking a hefty chunk of change from an investment firm based in the emirate. AMD CEO Dirk Meyer told Emirates Business that the firm is looking to a open chip design center in Dubai, and maybe a fabrication plant in Abu Dhabi."

  • Novell SUSE Linux Appliance Effort Shows Promise (Nov 04, 2009, 13:03)
    The VAR Guy: "It has been a few months since Novell launched the SUSE Appliance program. So we checked in with Novell to see how the effort was going so far. Matt Richards, director, emerging technologies, and Steve Hale, VP and worldwide data center channel lead"

  • Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Gets Managed (Nov 04, 2009, 12:33)
    InternetNews: "Red Hat has been talking about its new virtualization strategy for much of 2009. Today, the Linux vendor is making good on that talk with the release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Servers, which includes a standalone hypervisor (RHEF-H) as well as a management platform (RHEV-M)."

  • Patch and Patch Again (Nov 04, 2009, 12:03)
    Sure, It's Secure: "Microsoft is always patching Windows. What some people don't know is that they often don't get it right the second time either."

  • La Curacao replaces Netware with Novell SUSE (Nov 04, 2009, 06:03)
    Search Enterprise Linux: "La Curacao, a $220 million Hispanic-oriented department store chain, says it has solved its performance problems, boosted reliability and added ample capacity for growth by converting its main transaction and application servers from Novell Netware (a proprietary OS) and Microsoft Windows, respectively, to Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise."