Episode 55 - Joe can’t drive 55...

Running Time: 49:36

1) Introduction

2) News

Yet another clueless Blogger?

SuSE Joins OpenStack and promises a Supportable release next spring

IBM Joins the Cloud race with a Red Hat Linux based PaaS offering

All Patents are Theft and this story can go with it: Apple granted patent for slide to unlock

3) Conclusion

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Brian Wagner

Brian started working with *nix in while a student at Kent State University in the early 90's. In 1995, as an E-Mail Administrator for Caliber Technology (now part of Fedex) he was tasked with administering Sendmail on both Slackware Linux and Solaris Systems. His first home install of Linux was MkLinux DR1 in 1996 on his 60 Mhz PowerMac. Since then Brian has been working and consulting on Linux and it's uses in the Enterprise to support everything from E-Mail, Firewalls, Web and File serving to custom cluster solutions and grid solutions. Brian has had the opportunity to work in both Fortune 500 companies and small 2 person organizations. This has given him the unique insight into the differences every size business faces.

SuSE joins OpenStack and promises production ready....

While we missed it Suse has joined the OpenStack grouping of companies.  They are one of 125 companies that have committed to the open source cloud solution.  Now they are saying they will have a production ready solution in spring 2012.  So what does that mean?  Well they will be offering a fully supported setup for this new open source product.  Now what about Ubuntu's offering?  While Ubuntu will beat Suse to Market by releasing a solution this fall Suse isn't sure that OpenStack will meet it's production ready standards that soon.  Suse has a demo of the BETA version of the soltuion available over at the Suse Gallery Site.

Brian Wagner

Brian started working with *nix in while a student at Kent State University in the early 90's. In 1995, as an E-Mail Administrator for Caliber Technology (now part of Fedex) he was tasked with administering Sendmail on both Slackware Linux and Solaris Systems. His first home install of Linux was MkLinux DR1 in 1996 on his 60 Mhz PowerMac. Since then Brian has been working and consulting on Linux and it's uses in the Enterprise to support everything from E-Mail, Firewalls, Web and File serving to custom cluster solutions and grid solutions. Brian has had the opportunity to work in both Fortune 500 companies and small 2 person organizations. This has given him the unique insight into the differences every size business faces.

Episode 32 - Feed Back and VMWare will buy Linux...

Found here

Running Time: 0:33:22

1) Introduction

Feed Back on the last podcast and the post.

 2) News

Mandriva Dieing Another Story about Mandriva
Oracle is compiling their own kernel and claims it's really fast
VMWare may be buying at least Suse Linux from Novell

Check out this article for more information
A decenting opinion from Infoworld

General reports of the events fromthe Inquirer,Computer World, and Barrons

3) Conclusion

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Brian Wagner

Brian started working with *nix in while a student at Kent State University in the early 90's. In 1995, as an E-Mail Administrator for Caliber Technology (now part of Fedex) he was tasked with administering Sendmail on both Slackware Linux and Solaris Systems. His first home install of Linux was MkLinux DR1 in 1996 on his 60 Mhz PowerMac. Since then Brian has been working and consulting on Linux and it's uses in the Enterprise to support everything from E-Mail, Firewalls, Web and File serving to custom cluster solutions and grid solutions. Brian has had the opportunity to work in both Fortune 500 companies and small 2 person organizations. This has given him the unique insight into the differences every size business faces.