Oracle's Red Hat support plan could advance grid computing, say experts

December 1, 2006

[From SearchOracle]

Oracle's plan to get into the open source Linux operating systems business by offering full support for Red Hat Linux should ultimately have the intended effect of helping to increase the adoption of grid computing architectures, according to IT experts.

Oracle chairman Larry Ellison announced the new Red Hat support offering at Oracle's recent OpenWorld conference in San Francisco, saying that the move is designed to increase the adoption of Linux, and in turn the adoption of grid computing.

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