You guys. You can now run Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Amazon's GovCloud. I'll be honest: this took a while. I had a lot more hair when we started this process. But it's done! A lot of you are already running RHEL in Amazon's EC2, which is great. If you're already using RHEL in your … Continue reading RHEL on GovCloud
This week, Dave and Gunnar on the biggest Red Hat release to date, the smallest Red Hat release to date, the biggest Indian biometrics database to date and special guest star Dan Walsh!
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: US Government bitcoins, skeumorphic bitcoins, TSA coin-flips, twitter drops a dime on the US government, OSS payload this Federal IT award season, our $.02 on RHEL 6.5 and Fedora 20.
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about NYC Checkbook, passwords, FSF getting silly, open source dying, killing patent trolls with fire, RHEL6 STIGs, Rasberry Pi, and next week's Red Hat Summit.
Dave and Gunnar talk about Google Spring Apocalypse, UK Digital Policy, Rasberry Pi, how the operating system is dead (again), Code for America, Blue Button, Stalkers, and Gunnar's own personal Grand Theft Auto.
Today, we announced that Red Hat Enterprise Linux is shooting for its 14th Common Criteria certification. My job means I get excited about Common Criteria certifications, which also means I'm unpopular at dinner parties. This certification, though, has me more excited than usual, because it means much more than a rubber stamp from a certification … Continue reading How Linux, sandboxes and happy accidents can help a soldier.