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Would You Like Your Open Source All the Way?

The enterprise software industry today can be compared to the menus offered at fast-food eateries. Some offer their star item only one way. Others let you have it your way. How much choice you have often determines where you do your eating. The same option -- or lack of it -- is the driving principa...

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‘Bossie’ Awards Crown FOSS’ Best of Breed

Well September is shaping up to be a banner month here in the world of free and open source software. Not only did we recently learn the winners of this year's "Bossie" (Best of Open Source Software) awards, but we have Software Freedom Day coming up this Saturday! Nothing like awards and parties to...

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‘Bossie’ Awards Crown FOSS’ Best of Breed

Well September is shaping up to be a banner month here in the world of free and open source software. Not only did we recently learn the winners of this year's "Bossie" (Best of Open Source Software) awards, but we have Software Freedom Day coming up this Saturday! Nothing like awards and parties to...

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Fat City for FOSS?

The current economic recession may be pummeling companies around the globe, but amid all the dire reports and grim statistics littering what can only be compared to a bloody battlefield, one oft-cited exception appears to be still standing tall: free and open source software. That's what the common ...

Boom Time for FOSS

The current economic recession may be pummeling companies around the globe, but amid all the dire reports and grim statistics littering what can only be compared to a bloody battlefield, one oft-cited exception appears to be still standing tall: free and open source software. That's what the common ...

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FOSS, the Recession and the Lower-TCO Promise

Most segments of the technology market are hurting due to the recession, but one -- open source systems -- appears to be thriving despite the economic turmoil. Open source vendors such as Red Hat, SugarCRM and Vyatta say the recession has compelled organizations and corporations large and small to t...

Open Core Debate: The Battle for a Business Model

Is software truly open source if you pay for additional features? Your answer may depend on whether you side with the purists or the, ah, not-so-pure. A recent trend entering the debate involves the marketing of so-called open core software. This morphed business model is not what many open source s...

Open Source, the Recession and the Lower-TCO Promise

Most segments of the technology market are hurting due to the recession, but one -- open source systems -- appears to be thriving despite the economic turmoil. Open source vendors such as Red Hat, SugarCRM and Vyatta say the recession has compelled organizations and corporations large and small to t...

MindTouch Sharpens Its Deki App Masher

MindTouch announced on Wednesday the latest version of its open source collaboration and collective intelligence platform, MindTouch Deki. Dubbed "Kilen Woods," it features new workflow capabilities, enterprise adapters and usability improvements. The release targets information workers, IT professi...

Sun Leads Developers Down the Open Storage Path

Sun Microsystems on Tuesday brought new how-to guides and services to the community of more than 3,000 developers using its OpenSolaris-based open storage platform. Two how-to recipes aim to help developers build solid storage systems quickly and efficiently, while the new service capabilities are d...

Making Money With Open Source, Part 2: Only One Chasm

Bernard Golden is convinced there are two chasms to cross for a commercial open source company and I believe there is only one. As I wrote in my recent blog post, "There is no such thing as commercial open source," the attempt to ride the title wave of open source into a magical business domain call...

Open Source for Business: Now More Than Ever, Part 1

Business-targeted open source software has made great strides recently, from CRM systems to business intelligence to server software. Open source software resides at all levels of the business software stack, from servers to middleware to the front end. It powers Web services, databases and mobile d...

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GroundWork VP Barbagallo: Open Source Taking On the Big Four

GroundWork Open Source develops open source systems and network management software. The company melds together over 180 open source projects, including Cacti, Ganglia, NeDi and Nagios, into a comprehensive, fully supported IT infrastructure and networking monitoring solution. Datacenters want to ge...

Microsoft Makes Nice With Novell’s Suse Linux

Microsoft and Novell announced this week a deal to promote and support Novell's Suse Linux alongside Windows. That's right, Microsoft will promote and support Linux -- but only as long as it's from Novell. Following last week's big news of an Oracle-Linux play, Microsoft and Novell said that they wo...

Microsoft Aligns With Open Source Vendor Zend, PHP

Microsoft announced Tuesday a close technical collaboration with Zend, the programming language vendor that currently dominates Web-based scripting with the open source PHP language. Microsoft and Zend said their collaboration would provide a production-level PHP runtime environment for the next rev...

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