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Old 12-11-2005, 03:49 PM   #1
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LXer: Red Hat to Compete Against SourceLabs and SpikeSource in Open ...


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Red Hat will compete with Spikesource and SourceLabs, who are in the business of validating, integrating, productizing, certifying and supporting LAMP stacks, by early 2006 with three certified open source software stacks through the Red Hat Network that are production-supported.<br><br> Each stack will be certified and supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and delivered in a subscription model. Pricing will start at $599 per server.

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