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451 CAOS Links 2011.02.15Matthew Aslett, February 15, 2011 @ 12:07 pm ET
Kaltura raises $20m. ForgeRocks acquires ApexIdentity. And more.
# Open source video platform vendor Kaltura raised $20m in a new round of funding.
# ForgeRock signed 35 customers in its first year, generated turnover of more than $2m and has acquired ApexIdentity.
# WhiteHouse.gov released its second set of Drupal modules.
# eBay recently confirmed that it owns 49% of open source ecommerce vendor Magento.
# Talend announced the release of Talend Integration Factory, an Apache Camel distribution.
# Rackspace joined the Open Invention Network as a licensee.
# The Hudson project moved to Github.
# Splashtop updated its MeeGo-based Splashtop OS.
# “Nine young Nokia shareholders” plan to challenge the company’s strategy and partnership with Microsoft at next AGM.
# Appcelerator and Engine Yard partnered for scalable mobile application development.
# Open source graph database Neo4j is now available on Windows Azure.
# Canonical made its complete database of certified components for Ubuntu and Linux publicly available.
# Actuate and Talend teamed up on data integration for BIRT onDemand.
# Qualys announced IronBee, an open source project to create a new web application firewall.
# art of defence launched the openWAF project to create a new distributed web application firewall.
# Marvell launched Kinoma an open source platform for digital devices.
# The Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux project released EPEL 6.
# Daniel Kihlberg discussed the future of Qt, following the announcement of Nokia’s new strategic direction.
# The LiMo Foundation announced the launch of LiMo 4.
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