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451 CAOS Links 2010.06.02Matthew Aslett, June 2, 2010 @ 12:47 pm ET
SugarCRM and Jaspersoft on Apps.gov. Funding for DeviceVM. And more.
# Autonomic Resources announced that SugarCRM and Jaspersoft, are are now available on the GSA’s Apps.gov.
# EnterpriseDB launched an unlimited enterprise subscription option for its Postgres Plus Standard Server database.
# WSO2 launched its Stratos open source cloud platform for enterprise applications.
# Matt Asay warned that a Novell auction could be patent troll bonanza.
# Cloudera added Yahoo, Zimbra and BEA Systems veteran Scott Dietzen to its board of directors.
# Geeknet is using Zenoss to monitor its entire network infrastructure including Sourceforge, Slashdot, and Ohloh.
# Google reportedly plans to release its Chrome OS in the fourth quarter (rather than the third).
# Continuent updated its Tungsten database replication technology to support PostgreSQL 9.
# Tieto is partnering with Red Hat to develop open source migration programs.
# How Google approaches compatibility and fragmentation on Android.
# Bob Sutor described ten elements required for good open source governance.
# Alfresco launched services to migrate from EMC Documentum and Microsoft SharePoint to Alfresco Enterprise.
# Google is reportedly phasing out the internal use of Windows due to security concerns.
# Oracle released a new R interface to Oracle Data Mining for download.
# Linux dominated the biannual Top 500 supercomputer list. (Click “by OS” for illustration).
# Novell and Microsoft claimed 33 shared customers deploying SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Windows HPC Server.
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