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High Performance Linux News for Jun 06, 2001

  • ServerWatch: Review of IBM WebSphere Application Server (Jun 06, 2001, 23:00)
    IBM's WebSphere application server, available in Linux versions, is a well-designed Java-oriented app server, according to ServerWatch's Eric Schayer. The server comes in three versions, standard, advanced, and enterprise, all of which are designed to help enterprises deploy and manage Web-based applications in varying degrees of complexity and size.

  • SolarisGuide: Sun makes code contribution to WBEMsource Initiative (Jun 06, 2001, 22:00)
    The WBEMsource Initiative is designed to bring about open-source standards-based systems management, with special focus on the Common Information Model (CIM)/WBEM standards managed by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF). Yeah, that's a lot of verbiage, folks, but the bottom line is that this is an important project in bringing some level of uniformity to management tools for large systems -- an idea that plays well for corporate users.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: IBM Lands With Five Node Red Hat Cluster (Jun 06, 2001, 16:19)
    The National Hockey League (NHL) is revamping its web operations at, and it's chosen a Red Hat-based cluster by IBM to handle the expected 1.5 million daily page views the site will draw.