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The Money In Open-Source Software

It’s no secret that open-source technology — once the province of radicals, hippies and granola eaters — has gone mainstream. According to industry estimates, more than 180 young companies that give away their software raised roughly $3.2 billion in financing from 2011 to 2014. 1,946 more words

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レッドハットの望月弘一・新社長が推進する “日本発”のオープンオーガニゼーションとは [ #cbajp ]

2015年11月26日、レッドハット株式会社(以下、レッドハット)の新代表取締役社長に望月弘一氏が就任した。同氏は20年あまりにわたって日本IBMに在籍し、営業担当者としてキャリアをスタートした後、日本やアジア太平洋地域で営業、戦略、およびマーケティング管理などの職務に携わってきた人物だ。2010年からは、ディメンションデータジャパンの代表取締役社長として、5年間にわたり日本事業を統括してきた経歴を持つ。そんな望月氏は今、レッドハットをどのように変え、日本のOSS市場にどんな新風を吹き込もうとしているのだろうか──。

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2016 Red Hat Summit theme development process: Design concepts (Part 2)

This is the second in a series of 3 blog posts to walk you through our 2016 Red Hat Summit theme process. In this post, we’ll focus on our second phase — design concepts (from inspiration to chosen concept). 729 more words

WebSphere Liberty Makes it Easier to Build, Run and Manage Microservices

The traditional way of building web and mobile applications was to create them monolithic in nature, where the application was packaged and deployed as a single unit and ran on a single instance of an application server (or many copies of that application ran in many instances of app servers for scalability reasons). 652 more words

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‘White hat’ then, Red Hat now, from Manila

Manila Times — “From white hat to Red Hat,” was the joke a senior executive of Red Hat quipped to Alessandro Perilli, after hearing excerpts from The Manila Times interview with him, to which Perilli answered back with a wink, and a seemingly knowing smile. 39 more words

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WebSphere Liberty makes it easier to manage microservices

Key requirements of microservices are that they should be easy to manage, are highly available and can scale to handle workload variability. The fulfillment of this requirement largely depends on the runtime environment where these microservices are deployed. 508 more words

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WebSphere Liberty makes it easier to build OpenID Connect security services

OpenID Connect 1.0 is a simple identity protocol on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. It allows applications to verify the identity of the end-user based on the authentication performed by an Authorization Server, as well as to obtain basic profile information about the end-user in an interoperable and REST-like manner. 1,001 more words

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