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451 CAOS Links 2009.07.07Matthew Aslett, July 7, 2009 @ 11:25 am ET
Microsoft makes a patent promise. JBoss is certifiable. And more.
# Red Hat achieved EAL 2+ security certification for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform.
# Alfresco announced Community Edition 3.2 with mobile, email, records management features.
# MuleSource reported 140% year-over-year growth in Q2 and 100% growth for the year-to-date.
# Intalio hired former SAP Executive Stefan Schaffer has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer.
# Rich Sharples explained JBoss Enterprise Web Server and how it fits into Red Hat’s Open Choice strategy.
# Matt Asay discussed the principles he sees as most important in ensuring the success of an open source project.
# UK schools no longer need to buy Microsoft licenses for hardware that is not running Microsoft software, which should have a knock-on effect for the potential adoption of open source.
# Lockheed Martin announced that it is to release an in-house developed social media tool under an open source software license.
# Infobright and Jaspersoft released an integrated virtual machine for BI and data warehousing.
# Corus selected Univa UD, including open source UniCluster on Oracle Enterprise Linux, for private HPC cloud.
# Talend published a case study illustrating how PriceMinister uses Talend to automate their supply chain.
# Sybase announced support for Android with its iAnywhere Blue SDK.
# Continuent launched its Tungsten database replication and HA software for PostgreSQL 8.4.
# Bacula Systems updated its open source network backup and restore software.
# eWeek reported Ingres’ claim to be benefiting from anxiety over the future of MySQL.
# Matt Asay reported on Axial, a new open source healthcare start-up attracting former Red Hat employees.
# The H reported that The Swiss Federal Administrative Court has issued an interim verdict in the Microsoft/OSS case.
# Cnet news reported that Nokia is to bridge Maemo, Symbian with Qt.
# OSOR.EU reported that Dutch police will study moving to open source.
# Merv Adrian reported on how Talend is using open source and community to transform the data integration market.
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