Computer Associates positions open source Ingres as a natural for Big Iron Linux; IBM's Cloudscape will become Apache's Derby
SCO’s day in court almost couldn’t have gone much worse; company says it's only a minor setback
Company makes another bid for IBM’s AIX and Dynix source code
The allure of Linux is strong, but unless ISVs rein in their software prices, Linux's growth on the mainframe could be limited
Thanks to Mono 1.0, .NET is for Linux, Unix, and even MacOS
Two companies move to have their lawsuits stayed or dismissed; venture capitalist firms asks for money back
Group focuses on reliability and scalability.
Clustering in this flavor
Classic computer language and hot new platform
Storage Market and Linux get a boost
Joint venture releases beta integrated develpment environment
Hard to believe, but it's 10 years already since 21-year-old Linus Torvalds made public version 0.02 of the Linux kernel to a few eager usenet groupies. Today, there are an estimated 10 million users worldwide. IDC estimates that by 2004, Linux will be an accepted part of most markets' enterprise computing environments.