Linux Automation


Great to see a significant thought leadership (and tech leadership as well) on the part of Red Hat in pushing the entire virtualization idea to areas that no one has considered. RH’s announcement about making RHEL run anywhere – bare metal, as a guest or on Amazon’s EC2 cloud – significantly changes the way people can configure and run systems. I am sure there will be a myriad use cases (and success stories) in the months to come. Open Source Software is charging ahead and is truly opening up new vistas!

2 thoughts on “Linux Automation

    1. linux.conf.au
      Kattekrab –
      I have not decided on Linux Conf participation althought I suspect I will be. I would have wanted to present a paper, but I was just too busy with other stuff that I missed the deadline.
      Hopefully I will be able to meet with you in Melbourne!

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