Before I jump into my topic, here is some background for those new to open source licenses.
I am asked two very reasonable questions, on a very regular basis, by some very interesting people.
Large corporations are becoming increasingly interested in the value of deep open source knowledge. While some corporate leadership may inherently understand the intricacies of open source training inside and out, I would argue that for most companies interested in training, the characteristics and processes are anything but well known. To shed light on such topics, I sat down with Matt Atwater, the Director of Support and Professional Services at OpenLogic, to ask him a few questions regarding open source training.
In today’s article I will discuss some internal and external events that may cause you to update your open source policy rules. For this discussion it is important to differentiate between the open source software (OSS) policy and the rules that flow from the policy.
This is the third and final part of my Apache Clustering blog series. In part one, An In-Depth Look at Tomcat's Clustering Mechanisms, we discussed what a cluster is and why your enterprise should cluster. Part two, An Enterprise Tomcat Clustering Guide, was a little more hands-on and it covered the different cluster setups. It also covered how to choose the best setup for your organization. Part three, Designing an Efficient, Reliable and Productive Application Server Cluster, is going to teach you how to create a simple cluster. This blog is not a step-by-step tutorial on cluster creation, but we will provide you with the tools you can use to implement a cluster rapidly and effectively.
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