IBM Corp., Novell Inc., and Sun Microsystems Inc. bolstered Linux’s enterprise appeal last week by detailing present and future products at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in New York. Hoping to accelerate acceptance for grid computing among commercial users, IBM is developing a grid-enabled version of WebSphere, code-named Cayuga. According to sources familiar with the company’s plans, Cayuga is designed to make it easier to implement and manage grids. Elsewhere, movement leader Bruce Perens looks at court and market battles, plus Linux community projects.
Big Guns Take Linux Higher
2004-01-27 Linux 3 Comments
now there’s been 2 Linux articles between the “not ready for desktop/ready for desktop”. I bet next article is titled, review of Linux distro XXXX ready for desktop …
Name it after a Finger Lake eh. Wonder if this is a message. IBM is giving the world/someone the finger.
Hey, I thought the typical line for anti-Linux trolls was “you get what you pay for”?