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September 30, 2003

Red hat building Open source architecture

Nothing new in this strategy, important thing to find out is whether they can deeply integrate all of these pieces and match the best of breed linux vendor offerings.

Red Hat is taking a three-phase approach to the new architecture.

The first will lay down Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 as the unifying platform. Seven separate hardware architectures for clients and servers will rest on top of that. The company will use Red Hat Network to deliver the technology.

Second, Red Hat is going to build its Web-applications framework, using its work with the ObjectWeb consortium, the Apache Software Foundation and the Eclipse IDE development community.

In the final phase -- the part most important to corporate managers -- Red Hat will work on integration virtualization and management capabilities. Goals include getting the most out of systems and storage.

September 30, 2003 in Open source | Permalink


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