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451 CAOS Links 2009.03.24Matthew Aslett, March 24, 2009 @ 7:48 pm ET
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Given a large number of events, meetings, presentations and conference sessions to attend this week I am dispensing with the commentary/smart alec remarks. Here are the major headlines from the first two days of EclipseCon, OSBC,
# Rumors that Red Hat is about to get gobbled by Oracle were fueled by a research note by Jefferies & Co. analyst Katherine Egbert.
# TomTom got Linux patent protection as a licensee of the Open Invention Network.
# Microsoft now has a company-wide position on open source (PDF warning).
# “You’re on ten… Where can you go from there? Where?” Novell’s SUSE Linux Enterprise goes to eleven.
# 2009 ‘future of open source’ annual survey results announced at OSBC.
# ZDNet: Microsoft claims economy putting a damper on migrations to and from open source.
# Pentaho launched BI to the clouds with BI Suite V3.
# Red Hat launched JBoss Developer Studio 2.0 – Portfolio Edition.
# Eclipse announced Swordfish, an OSGi ESB that builds on Eclipse Equinox and Apache ServiceMix.
# OpenLogic delivered remote monitoring of open source software stacks.
# Compiere released version 3.3 of open source ERP with support for Amazon EC2.
# ChannelWeb reports on Bluebear.org, an open source virtualization management startup.
# Nuxeo announced 5.2 update of its open source ECM software.
# Intel open source expert Danese Cooper heads to start-up Revolution Computing.
# Talend announced an OEM partnership with SOPERA.
# Protecode updated software IP management products.
# Actuate launched BIRT Global Partner Connection.
# ActiveState’s Komodo IDE 5.1 released.
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