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What's New with Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administration? Find Out.

On Thursday, July 30, 2015, Red Hat will be presenting a free webinar for system administrators, engineers, and architects to learn what’s new with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. 109 more words

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Exploring Red Hat Access Insights

With the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7, we’re happy to also announce general availability of Red Hat Access Insights, a new hosted service from Red Hat designed to help customers proactively identify and resolve issues that could impact business operations. 584 more words

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Google aims to make Windows Server apps comfy on its cloud

Googleon Tuesday followed through on promises to make Windows Server a first-class citizen on its not-otherwise-very-Windows-centric Google Compute Engine.

Google Compute Engine, or GCE, already supported… 217 more words


Reconfiguring Java for R

If anyone should attempt to create a connection to a database using the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) package in R, that person might encounter something such as the following: 74 more words

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LTTng Packages now Available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

EfficiOS is pleased to announce it is now providing LTTng packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, available today as part of its Enterprise Packages… 468 more words

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Installing the TIGER Geocoder with RHEL 6.6, PostgreSQL 9.4, PostGIS 2.1.7, and the TIGER 2013 Census Data

Yeah, I know we’re stuck with the TIGER 2013 census data, but the 2014 data doesn’t work easily with PostGIS 2.1.7; PostGIS 2.2, which is still in development, will support the 2014 dataset.  1,271 more words

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Red Hat will make $2B supporting free software in 2015

By Andrew Smith, Software Analyst, and Geoff Woollacott, Software and BI Principal Analyst and Practice Manager

TBR perspective

The middleware keynote speech by Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst during the 2015 Red Hat Summit began with an explanation of Red Hat’s value in the enterprise and its vision for being an open source cloud infrastructure leader. 1,733 more words