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451 CAOS Links 2009.06.19Matthew Aslett, June 19, 2009 @ 8:05 am ET
Red Hat betas Enterprise Virtualization, partners with HP for SOA. And more.
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# Red Hat announced that its Enterprise Virtualization portfolio of products is now available for beta testing.
# Red Hat collaborated with HP on SOA.
# David Megginson published mixing GPL and non-GPL: a different perspective. A new take on the MySQL/MariaDB storage engine debate.
# UK Government CIO shed some light on “G-Cloud” plans and how the new open source policy provides an opportunity.
# WAZI: Freedom and Choice in Open Source Licensing – comparing the EUPL v1.1 and the GPL v3.
# Jaspersoft and Infobright announced a bundled Jaspersoft & ICE virtual machine, available immediately.
# InternetNews.com: Zimory Adds to Open Source-Powered Cloud Tools.
# TechFlash reported on how a Microsoft veteran learned to love Linux, and why it matters.
# Mike Hogan asked: is hybrid licensing of open source software hypocrisy? Not if you are open about it.
# Liferay released Portal Enterprise Edition 5.2.
# Red Hat reported that AQA, a UK exam board,had implemented an end-to-end open source architecture.
# The Register reported on increased interest for Microsoft open-source license.
# OpenSAF updated its Carrier Grade Linux middleware.
# Telco 2.0: BT tries to fix Global Sevices with open source. “One hopes no-one will have to be crucified.” Well, quite.
# Roberto Galoppini reported on the establishment of an advisory board for the Enterprise Open Source Directory.
# ParaScale and Alfresco partnered to deliver Content-as-a-Service in the cloud.
# Amazon released the Kindle source code. Sort of. But not really. TechCrunch explained why.
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