The Journal of Linux Technology (JOLT) brings in-depth technical information on hot topics to the Linux developer community. The first issue, available at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in New York, February 1-4, 2000, focuses on Linux clustering technology. Its four in-depth articles cover the practical aspects of creating high-demand, high-availability Linux clusters. The articles also explore the possibility of creating "the ultimate supercomputer" using Linux to harness the Internet's distributed power.
O'Reilly is responsible for JOLT's editorial content, with input from founding sponsor VA Linux Systems. The journal is written in the accessible yet technically astute style that developers treasure in O'Reilly books. CMP is handling the production and distribution of the magazine. Subscriptions to the Journal of Linux Technology are $29.95 (US) per year. To subscribe or get more information, go to http://jolt.linux.com/
"This media partnership leverages VA Linux Systems' expertise in Linux and Open Source technology and O'Reilly's expertise in editing and publishing technical information," said Brian Biles, vice president of marketing for VA Linux Systems. "Our goal is to provide Open Source developers with resources and forums that allow them to explore technical issues in depth."
"As the Linux community takes over the serious work of the Web and the enterprise, it deserves an information source that is equally serious," said Frank Willison, O'Reilly's Editor-in-Chief. "The publication of JOLT gives serious Linux users a journal about the hard-core technology they create and use."
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