Over at Linux.com, Jennifer Cloer talks
with Oracle's Monica Kumar about its "Unbreakable Linux Kernel". Oracle provides the 2.6.32-based kernel as an alternative to run atop its RHEL 5 clone. "Kumar: Over the years, a number of Oracle developers have made significant contributions to Linux in the areas of clustering, data integrity, file systems, virtualization, asynchronous I/O, testing and more. Oracle's Linux development team is an integral part of the Linux community. Our team, working with the Linux community, understands how to make Linux even better in performance, scalability and reliability. Even the "optimized for Oracle" contributions can benefit all Linux distributions and any application that wants to take advantage of them.
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