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451 CAOS Links 2010.06.18Matthew Aslett, June 18, 2010 @ 12:17 pm ET
Funding for AlienVault. Compiere and Gear6 acquired. And more.
# AlienVault raised $4m in Series A round funding from Adara Venture Partners with Teldat Group and Neotec.
# Eucalyptus Systems launched Eucalyptus Enterprise Edition 2.0, including support for Windows virtual machines.
# Consona acquired open source ERP and CRM vendor Compiere.
# Violin Memory acquired the technology assets of Memcached supporter Gear6.
# Carlo Daffara shared his thoughts on the future of software forges.
# A comparison of Black Duck and the FOSSology project, by Black Duck and the FOSSology project.
# Bob Sutor presented 10 ideas about integrating open source into your IT infrastructure.
# Dell no longer thinks Ubuntu is safer than Windows. Predictably.
# Zarafa has launched a new integration framework for its Collaboration Platform. http://bit.ly/cNoihJ
# CollabNet released Subversion Edge, which combines Subversion, Apache, and ViewVC.
# The community edition of Karmasphere’s Studio Hadoop development and deployment environment now supports Eclipse.
# Joe Brockmeier argued that the Free Software Foundation needs a more positive approach to pushing software freedom.
# Marten Mickos said the cloud won’t kill open source.
# VC investor Fred Wilson discussed how to make money with open source software.
# Eric Gries pointed out the importance of recognising that there are two kinds of open source software.
# The NetBeans development team released version 6.9 of the NetBeans IDE.
# OpenGeo released version 2.0 of its OpenGeo Suite Enterprise Edition open source mapping software.
# Flock redesigned its Social Web Browser based on the Chromium platform.
# Amanda McPherson discussed the basics of FOSS license compliance.
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