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IT Management Linux News for May 14, 2010

  • Open Source Deduplication: Ready for Enterprises? (2010-05-14 18:02:21)
    Enterprise Storage Forum: "In just a few years, data deduplication has gone from a technology with a lot of promise that only very large enterprises could afford to one that is nearly ubiquitous for making the most of backup and recovery."

  • Your own OEM configuration: YaST Firstboot (2010-05-14 15:02:21)
    openSUSE Lizards: "The YaST firstboot utility is a special kind of configuration workflow that can be run after the basic system is installed. It is started on the first boot of the system and guides a user through a series of steps that allow for easier configuration of their desktops."

  • IP Innovation v. Red Hat/Novell - The Prior Art They Used at Trial (2010-05-14 12:32:21)
    Groklaw: "I know the first thing you wanted to know after you heard that Red Hat and Novell had prevailed and the jury had found that IP Innovation's patents were worthless was this: did we at Groklaw help when we did prior art searching? The answer is, Yes. It turns out that you did."

  • Cloud Computing (2010-05-14 07:32:21)
    Datamation: "Cloud computing is a method of provisioning computing resources, including both hardware and software, that relies on sharing those resources rather than using local servers or personal devices to handle applications."

  • LinuxCertified Announces its Next Linux Fundamentals course W/free Linux laptop (2010-05-14 06:02:21)
    LinuxPR: LinuxCertified, Inc. announces "Linux Fundamentals" Bootcamp for busy IT professionals - May20th - 21st, 2010. All attendees get a free Linux laptop