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IT Management Linux News for Feb 18, 2011

  • Alcatel-Lucent Expands IP Address and DNS Management - with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (Feb 18, 2011, 20:33)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "On the DNS side, the VitalQIP 1200 can deliver up to 100,000 DNS queries per second. For DHCP services, it can deliver 12,000 leases per second. The VitalQIP 1200 is built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and is also available as a software appliance."

  • Pirates are not hackers and software piracy is also the Government's fault (Feb 18, 2011, 20:03)
    Stop: "In January 2011 Italian newspaper Repubblica published an article that is a nice example of how much confusion there still is, in mainstream press, about the nature of software and copyright, their relevance for all citizens and the responsibilities of Public Administrations in these fields"

  • Farewell MS Exchange, Hello Linux Open-Xchange (Feb 18, 2011, 18:33)
    Linux Planet: "Where oh where can we find refuge from Microsoft Exchange? One attractive option is Open-Xchange-- but what if your users revolt?"

  • Happy Birthday Ksplice Uptrack! (Feb 18, 2011, 07:03)
    Ksplice: "One year ago, we announced the general availability of Ksplice Uptrack, a subscription service for rebootless kernel updates on Linux. Since then, a lot has happened!"