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451 CAOS LInks 2010.10.20Matthew Aslett, October 20, 2010 @ 11:45 am ET
Funding for Revolution Analytics. Canonical and open core. And more.
# Revolution Analytics closed an $8.6 million third round of funding.
# Joe Brockmeier asked is Canonical going open core, and does it matter.
# Mark Shuttleworth denied any plans for Canonical to go open core, says explanation on copyright assignment is coming.
# Oracle wants LibreOffice members to leave the OpenOffice.org council.
# Stephen Colebourne accused Oracle of attempting to stack the JCP vote.
# VMware introduced Code2Cloud development tools, developed with TaskTop.
# The Apache Software Foundation announced Apache Maven Version 3.0.
# Open-Xchange updated the Open-Xchange Server with support for HTC, Android 2.1 and 2.2.
# VMware outlined Spring Data Access projects for distributed data technologies.
# The Symbian Foundation’s executive director is stepping down.
# Azul launched its Zing elastic runtime, including open source components from the Managed Runtime Initiative.
# Rapid7 introduced Metaspoilt Pro, based on the Metasploit Framework.
# Cray, Data Direct Networks, LLNL and ORNL formed OpenSFS, a Lustre-focused non-profit technical organization.
# CollabNet acquired Subversion hosting provider Codesion.
# Jaguar Land Rover and SAIC Motor Passenger Vehicle Company have
joined the GENIVI Alliance.
# Makara announced version 1.1 of its Cloud Application Platform with support for memcached and Zend Framework.
# Sonatype has updated and enhanced its Maven Central repository.
# Funambol introduced CAPRI, an open source framework for developing sync-centric apps for smartphones.
# Wind River released Wind River Linux 4.
# Black Duck grew sales 58% in Q3.
# Krishnan Subramanian explained why open source is key to cloud economics.
# The Veterans Affairs Department will adopt an open source model to modernize its electronic health records system.
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