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IT Management Linux News for Sep 17, 2003

  • eWeek: Sun Embraces Open-Source Database (2003-09-17 22:00:02)
    "Sun Microsystems Inc. is standardizing its software products on an open-source database to store and manage non-relational data..."

  • InfoWorld: Nine German Cities Poised to Adopt Linux (2003-09-17 21:00:01)
    "Nine German cities in the state of Rheinland Pfalz are in advanced talks to replace many, if not all, of their Microsoft Corp. software products with open-source alternatives, particularly the Linux operating system..."

  • E-Commerce Times: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2 (2003-09-17 11:00:54)
    "Sun stands behind Solaris from both a support and a legal standpoint, Sun's Bill Moffitt told the E-Commerce Times. 'As Scott McNealy says, it's a 'one-throat-to-choke' service,' he said. 'If there's a problem, you know who to call...'"

  • Computerworld Australia: RedSheriff Transacts to a Lower TCO (2003-09-17 09:00:58)
    "RedSheriff has completed the migration of its core transaction processing systems to the PostgreSQL database on Intel servers..."

  • ComputerWeekly: Open Source, Open Season (2003-09-17 04:00:33)
    "Microsoft appears to be a victim of its own success, says Simon Moores. Why else would it be the target of virus writers and the open-source community...?"