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451 CAOS Links 2011.02.04Matthew Aslett, February 4, 2011 @ 11:01 am ET
The DOJ asks for more detail on Novell/CPTN deal. OpenStack releases Bexar. and more.
# The DOJ asked Novell and CPTN for more information regarding the proposed patent sale.
# OpenStack announced the ‘Bexar’ code release and new members including Canonical and Cisco.
# Actuate reported $7.3m of BIRT-related business in Q4, up 12%, and $21.2m in FY2010, up 16%.
# Red Hat is among a number of vendors asking the U.S. Supreme Court to amend patent litigation rules.
# Cloudera secured a strategic investment and development agreement with In-Q-Tel.
# Lucid Imagination claimed 150 customers following doubled sales growth in 2010.
# Simon Phipps rated the new proposed OpenJDK governance against his open-by-rule benchmark.
# Simon Phipps assessed the impact of copyright ownership on software procurement negotiations.
# Cloudera and Quest Software announced the availability of OraOop 1.1 and OraHive 1.0.
# Convirture and Eucalyptus are partnering to integrate ConVirt 2.0 Enterprise with Eucalyptus open source and EE.
# Canonical announced the US availability of Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud on Dell PowerEdge C2100 and C6100 servers.
# eBay launched a new open source projects page and released the Turmeric SOA development platform.
# Sauce Labs introduced Selenium 2 support as part of its cloud application testing service.
# Sonatype CEO Wayne Jackson said the company remains committed to Hudson.
# The eZ Publish content management system is now available as SaaS via Granite Horizon.
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