I recently got invited to contribute to a new blog at CIO online about open source in the enterprise. User's of Nessus know that Tenable focuses on as many platforms as possible to test for security issues, including open source OSes like SuSE, Red Hat and FreeBSD. Nessus is also available for many of these platforms.
Our enterprise customers also know that we take logs from Apache, MySQL, Sendmail and many other open source applications very seriously.
This is something new for CIO, but other contributers include folks from IBM, MySQL, the 451 Group, Novell and many other users who manage or produce open source technologies and services that are used in the enterprise. Initial topics being discussed include outsourced management of open source applications, security and virtualization.
The blog is located at:
The initial posts from executives participating is also at: