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Red Hat LinuxRed Hat has announced the release of a distributed file system GlusterFS 3.4, which allows to organize work on multiple nodes of the distributed repository that is deployed on top of full-time POSIX file system, such as Ext4, XFS and Btrfs, with the use of FUSE (filesystem in userspace).

GlusterFS provides tools for automatic failover and provides virtually unlimited scalability by eliminating the reference to a centralized server meta-data (using distributed hash tables). Ready-to-install binary packages GlusterFS 3.4 prepared for Fedora, RHEL, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu. Continue reading

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStackCompany Red Hat, a global provider of open-source software, today announced two new products that implement the ideology of open hybrid “cloud.”

We are talking about the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform – Solution for an experienced developer of cloud-based OpenStack, and Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure, versatile solution for organizations that want to move from the traditional technology of the virtual data center to the “cloud” based on OpenStack.

New products are based on Red Hat solutions, enterprise-class open source software, technical support specialists Red Hat, spreads through the developed partner ecosystem Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network and are designed to simplify the process of implementation of OpenStack technology in enterprises, the company said. Continue reading

OpenShiftAfter nearly two years of beta testing, the decision of Red Hat OpenShift Online matured to the stage of commercial release, and has acquired a commercial-hour technical support.

Ashesh Badani, General Manager at Red Hat online services, says that OpenShift PaaS-like platform will be positioned as a solution for large and medium-sized businesses.

According to him, OpenShift by Red Hat capacities have already worked with the “millions of applications” and about 2,000 new applications are placed on OpenShift commercial customers daily. Each week service adds a user base of approximately 1,500 new users. Continue reading

Linux News TodayRed Hat Software Collections 1.0 beta released

Red Hat has started beta testing the product Red Hat Software Collections, allowing the use of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and the development of new technology components of web-stack without waiting for the next branch RHEL and installing third-party packages from unofficial external sources.

Red Hat Software Collections 1.0 includes packages with more recent versions of programs than are part of the regular RHEL. For example, to install the proposed Ruby 1.9.3, Rails 3.2.8, Python 2.7, Python 3.3, PHP 5.4, Perl 5.16.3, node.js 0.10, MariaDB 5.5, MySQL 5.5 and PostgreSQL 9.2. Time to support Red Hat Software Collections for three years, during which time users will be provided with all necessary updates to the elimination of security problems and critical errors. Read more
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Redhat LogoRed Hat introduced an updated version of JBoss Data Grid

Red Hat introduced an updated version of the software JBoss Data Grid, which now has the ability to replicate data between data centers how to create a fault-tolerant information systems. In addition, the product has several other features that should reduce downtime in the IT infrastructure. In Red Hat said that the new JBoss Data Grid – this is another step towards a distributed in-memory-storage media.

“Businesses today are increasingly looking to create stores that are in real time will provide data from the archives of all sizes to manage large volumes of transactions and meet high availability requirements,” – says Christina Wong, product manager for Red Hat JBoss Data Grid. Continue reading

GNOMEMatthias Clasen, a developer of GNOME company Red Hat, presented a plan for implementation of support Wayland in GNOME. According to the plan, the initial support Wayland will appear in GNOME 3.10, which is scheduled for this fall, and a full-featured job over GNOME Wayland expected to release 3.12, which will be released in the spring of 2014.

In GNOME 3.10 the default is still to use X-server, but will be added to the optional ability to run shell GNOME Shell as a composite server Wayland, which will be provided to support the basic interfaces that are identical to the reference composite server Weston. At the same time will be brought to readiness for daily use Wayland backend to GTK +. Wayland support in GNOME 3.10 will be positioned as an experimental feature, ready for the initial examination, but do not cover all the components of GNOME (eg, more funds will not be available display configurations, the stack for the work of people with disabilities and tablet support Wacom).

Mechanisms of GNOME and GTK +, requiring a separate refinement for operation in Wayland, observed: work with the clipboard, setting the parameters of the screen, Drag-and-Drop, input methods and handle keyboard, pop-ups, advanced window decoration. As for applications, it is now from 68 basic programs Wayland support is present in 35 applications, 26 programs require additional porting, 7 programs have not yet been verified. To run regular applications do not support working over Wayland, will be involved component XWayland, allowing to provide the usual run X11-applications on top of Wayland. Continue reading

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