- SOASTA Leverages rPath’s Technology to Ship Virtual and Hardware Appliances
- rPath Supports Virtual Appliances for Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V
- rPath Launches New Technology to Accelerate Adoption of Cloud Computing via the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud
rPath and Amazon EC2 Cloud
SilverStripe Open Source CMS
JumpBox Virtual Machine Software Appliance
rPath webinar archive
- Ingres Icebreaker BI Appliance: The Intelligent Way to Deliver Business Intelligence Software
- How to Achieve Efficient Software Appliance Production with Agile Methods and Distributed Resources Using rPath's rBuilder™ and GlobalLogic Velocity™
- How Digium Makes the Phones Ring Off the Hook for the Asterisk Appliance
- Using Software Appliances to Deliver SaaS Value — Minus the Headaches
- Zimbra (now Yahoo ?) Software Appliance Case Study
There is a technote that explains how you can use rPath GNU/Linux or Foresight GNU/Linux and the Firefox web browser to access WebEx Use the process described in this guide to prepare your rPath Linux computer for use with WebEx. The process involves installing a Java runtime environment and some additional libraries for compatibility.
After installation, you can test WebEx by visiting their live demonstration site, or by using rPath's trial installation as detailed in the Resources section of this document.
SalesForce v SugarCRM
Live Demo SugarCRM Red Hat
Virtual Machine SugarCRM Red Hat Eval
VMware is worth $17B because their technology enables the dream of utility (or grid) computing. By eliminating the operating system as a bottleneck for attaching applications to computers, applications can now run flawlessly on any computer that has the VMware hypervisor as the bottom layer — with no expert resources required for testing, porting, stabilization, etc.
rPath™, provider of the first platform for creating and maintaining software and virtual appliances, today announced its one millionth software appliance download. Sources of the one million downloads of rPath-based appliances include rBuilder Online, as well as partner sites such as VMware’s Virtual Appliance Marketplace (VAM).