June, 2007

  • Systems Manageability Part Five: Monitoring

    by kishi on June 21, 2007 12:16pm Background : This is Part 5, continuation of the series of 8 blogs I’m doing on Systems Manageability . In this specific blog, I will focus on and explain the third part of the “ontology” which is...
  • Tom Hanrahan: Director of Linux Interoperability

    by Sam Ramji on June 08, 2007 05:34pm Most of Port 25’s readers are aware of my commitment to interoperability between Microsoft and Linux, as exemplified in the OSSL’s work on IPsec and now the three-sided virtualization, identity, and systems management...
  • Core

    by billhilf on June 07, 2007 04:24pm We recently announced the addition of IIS7 to the Server Core installation of Windows Server 2008 (formerly known as Longhorn Server).  Server Core is an important evolution of our server product and will include...
  • OSBC and What It’s All About

    by Bryan Kirschner on June 04, 2007 03:28pm OSBC made me think. There were some simple highlights (like introducing myself and being recognzied as “a Port 25 blogger”…my 1.5 minutes of fame).  And certainly a lowlight was the concern many people...
  • Systems Manageability Part 6: Patch Management and Online Updates

    by kishi on June 29, 2007 03:44pm Level-Set - Patch Management: Patch Management and Maintenance focuses on those solutions available to deploy and install software update on Linux systems, with a primary focus on Novell based Linux systems. This is going...
  • Greetings from the Open Source Software Lab

    by Paula Bach on June 12, 2007 07:46pm Bryan has previously blogged about the project partnership between the Penn State University (PSU) College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) and the Open Source Software Lab (OSSL). I am at the OSSL...
  • Hyperic: Java-based Cross-platform Management

    by Sam Ramji on June 15, 2007 04:38pm I had the opportunity to sit down with Javier Soltero, CEO of Hyperic last month in San Francisco at the OSBC. We had a great discussion, which I opened bluntly by saying, “You don’t need to tell me...
  • Random bits…

    by billhilf on June 25, 2007 05:14pm Things I’ve been collecting, with no rhyme or reason connecting them… I stumbled upon this very interesting project from Microsoft Research India – SMS Toolkit . This project, and the...
  • Garrett Serack: Open Source Software Community Lead

    by Garrett Serack on June 21, 2007 06:50pm I'm pleased to announce ... er, myself, as the Open Source Community Lead here at Microsoft. I'd have left this to Sam, but hey--why should he get all the fun. I'm responsible for building communities of Open...