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IT Management Linux News for Aug 16, 2000

  • The Register: Dell boy in 64-bit mix-up (2000-08-16 15:36:32)
    "So afterwards, and noting that he'd also predicted a long life for the "x86 architecture", we asked him if his enthusiasm for both Linux and x86 extended to AMD's x86-64 architecture - which had just been blessed with its first OS support from SuSE. His answer is worth reproducing verbatim."

  • Wired: It'll Be an Open-Source World - Forrester (2000-08-16 14:20:49)
    "Forrester forecasts that within four years, all traditional software vendors will need to change their proprietary business models to open-source ones, or drastically lower the price of enterprise application licenses."

  • LinuxWorld: Java brings Linux to the enterprise (2000-08-16 05:09:14)
    "In December 1999, Gary Meyer, an application architect for Vitria Technology, set out to deploy enterprise Java technologies on Linux. Meyer quickly discovered that there were no readily available resources to aid him in setting up a Java-based enterprise environment on Linux. Luckily for us, Meyer did not give up. Instead, he persevered in his quest and finally succeeded.