Monday, February 23, 2009

Red Hat highlights JBoss growth

February 23, 2009 Published by

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Red Hat pushes JBoss, Linux opportunities

Red Hat's JBoss middleware business is growing twice as fast as the company's Linux business. And that's just one of several opportunities for Red Hat partners this year, according to Roger Egan, head of the company's North American channel.

In this podcast, Egan says Red Hat Enterprise Linux will also see growth because of the recession -- much like the boost that Linux received during the dot-com bust of 2000 and 2001. In addition, he talks about the recent investments Red Hat has made in its partner program.

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Solutions providers in the data center and virtualization markets won't directly benefit from President Barack Obama's $787 billion economic stimulus package, but they expect to see an increase in IT spending that will boost their businesses.
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Online services make Microsoft licensing even more confusing
Microsoft's Software plus Services strategy adds a whole new layer of licensing options, which are already confusing enough. To successfully sell Microsoft Online Services, partners will need to sort that confusion out for customers. A new Forrester Research report gets that ball rolling.
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