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[ossig] ralationship betw redhat's purchase of JBoss and Oracle's interest in Novell
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- Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 06:43:34 +0800
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Red Hat's own acquisition last week of JBoss – another open source
company whose products compete with Oracle and IBM – could shake up
alliances in the Linux world and provide another reason to act, said Mr
"Now that Red Hat . . . competes with us in middleware, we have to re-look at the relationship – so does IBM," he said.
On Red Hat's growing influence and its ambitions to reach beyond the
Linux operating system, he added: "I don't think Oracle and IBM want
another Microsoft in Red Hat."
It's far easier to fight for your beliefs and than live up to it.