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451 CAOS Links 2010.07.23Matthew Aslett, July 23, 2010 @ 12:57 pm ET
The post-OSCON lull. In alphabetical order.
# Canonical launched a virtual appliance of IBM’s DB2 Express-C software running on the Ubuntu cloud platform.
# Carlo Daffara discussed the relationship between open core, dual licensing and contributions.
# ForgeRock released OpenAM 9.5, the first community-sourced release of the OpenAM access management software.
# Ignacio M. Llorente provided an overview of the OpenNebula project, in the context of OpenStack.
# Kaltura launched version 2.0 of Its on-prem Community Edition open source video platform.
# Nuxeo announced Nuxeo Correspondence Management, a new application built with Nuxeo Case Management Framework.
# Open Source for America has grown its membership from 70 to 1,700 in its first year.
# Outerthought released a proof of concept for Lily, a content repository that combines Apache Hbase and Solr.
# Sauce Labs announced Sauce OnDemand, enabling cross-browser testing of Adobe Flex and Flash in the cloud.
# Savio Rodrigues explained why OpenStack will not kill open core.
# SugarCRM announced it will release open source functional and performance testing tools for web-enabled apps.
# Terracotta announced Ehcache 2.2, offering over a terabyte of data in a single cache.
# The Apache Software Foundation announced Apache FOP Version 1.0.
# The open core issue (part two) How the open core strategy works, and how it doesn’t.
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