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HP announces program to simplify integration of commercial and open source
Posted on Thursday, April 06, 2006 @ 04:11:29 UTC
Topic: Linux
LinuxHaving often run into problems with integrating open source with existing systems, I find the concept exciting. However, I am also apprehensive of the concept because it is not often clear what "integration" means. Unfortunately, it has become a buzzword over the last few years, and often what it means to one company is different from the next.

Independent of any apprehensions, there is comment that I really found important: "HP is providing customers with single source accountability for integrated stacks."

The key word here is "accountability". A frequent argument against open source is that there is no one to "blame" if something goes wrong. Although HP is not likely to provide accountability for every single open source package and what they are offering here is more or less for middle-ware products, what they are offering is an important first step.

Details can be found here: http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press/2006/060404a.html


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