Posts tagged “Linux”
The Inside Story from WRALTechWire columnist Joe Procopio: Being known nationally as the "City of Open" could be just the thing that catches Raleigh up to Durham and provides two separate specialties in the overarching Triangle startup hub. WRALTechWire Insiders can access the whole story.
Red Hat's billings, a predictor of future revenue, rose 8 percent from a year earlier to $376 million but still fell short of analyst billings projections. Despite assurances from CEO Jim Whitehurst, investors didn't like the news.
Analysis: Rising enterprise credibility positions Red Hat for increasing profitability in its current fiscal year, says Technology Business Research. WRALTechWire Insiders can access all the details.
Red Hat reports its latest quarterly earnings today, and Wall Street analysts will have plenty of numbers to crunch. But despite what the numbers say, the Hatters are taking pride in their recent entry into the Guinness world of records. The unanswered question, however: Is Guinness now the favorite brew at Red Hat HQ?
Big Blue dedicates a new center in Europe and kicks off expanded "cloud computing" efforts built around its Power-brand servers as part of a beefed-up Linux efforts.
Big Blue executive tells the Wall Street Journal that IBM plans to pour $1 billion into Linux and open source technologies for its "Power" server line. Will the investment give a needed jolt to IBM's server business? Will there be a spillover effect on Red Hat, the global Linux leader?
In a conference call with analysts, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst says the company is only in the "third inning" of winning corporate clients away from Unix. And he sees a lot of potential in winning over "all new workloads."
Analysis: Red Hat's latest financial report clearly indicates more growth ahead. By templating its community-led approach to development into other areas of corporate strategy, Red Hat will sustain double-digit revenue growth across the remainder of this year and in 2014. WRALTechWire Insiders get the details.
Red Hat, (NYSE:RHT) aiming to establish itself in cloud software while simultaneously targeting Oracle's position in virtualization, unveiled a pair of new offerings that the company believes will help the company do both.
Big Blue is further expanding an already large presence in China with a new Linux-focused center in Beijing. And it says the world's top Linux developer, Red Hat, will be involved as well as Red Hat rival SUSE.
Red Hat has changed the name of an open source project called JBoss Application Server, but the Java-oriented project will remain free and open, the Hatters declare.
Some of the biggest names in networking technology are joining forces with Red Hat and the open source world to form a coalition designed to help drive adoption of the emerging technology known as software-defined networking.
Announcements about partnerships between businesses are as common as pine pollen in North Carolina, but occasionally a deal rises to the top of the pack. Such is the case of Red Hat's expanding relationship with the world's No. 1 PC maker, huge server manufacturer and growing IT services provider.
At its partner conference in San Diego, Red Hat announces a number of new and expanded offerings for its channel partners who are growing increasingly important to the Linux firm's growing revenue stream.
In a conference call to discuss its quarterly earnings and the $104 million acquisition of ManageIQ, Red Hat's top two executives acknowledge that "cloud computing" is becoming an increasingly important business driver. But Goldman Sachs throws sold cold water on the cloud hype.