451 CAOS Links 2010.11.12

Talend raises $34m, acquires Sopera. Red Hat releases RHEL 6. And more.

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# Talend raised $34m funding and acquired Sopera.

# Twilio raised $12m in series B funding.

# Red Hat released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

# Savio Rodrigues noted a change in emphasis from Red Hat to focus on value, rather than cost.

# Joyent officially became the new home for Node.js.

# Groklaw covered Google’s response to Oracle’s amended legal claims.

# Oracle clarified its JVM Strategy.

# Oracle clarified some issues about MySQL pricing and licensing changes.

# Ian Skerrett shared his view on the changing nature of open source companies.

# Oracle and Apple announced an OpenJDK Project for Mac OS X.

# CouchOne explained why it is moving away from NoSQL.

# ActiveState grew sales 43% in the third quarter of 2010.

# OTRS announced a strategic partnership with GroundWork Open Source.

# GridGain released version 3.0 of its cloud application platform.

# Xyratex acquired Peter Braam’s Clusterstor and hired Peter Bojanic to lead the company’s Lustre initiative.

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3 comments ↓

#1 Tim on 11.12.10 at 7:48 pm

Hi Matthew — a quick and friendly correction — Clustercorp has not been acquired, I believe you are referring to Peter’s company ClusterStor.

-Tim

#2 Matthew Aslett on 11.13.10 at 2:15 am

I was. Sorry, thanks for the correction.

Matt

#3 M-A-O-L » The meaning of NoSQL on 11.19.10 at 12:05 am

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