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With 12,000 plus attendees, KubeCon is arguably the most popular open-source conference of all time. Behind it, numerous companies are turning to Kubernetes for their container orchestration.
Open Invention Network teams up with IBM, Linux Foundation, and Microsoft to protect open-source software from patent trolls
Together, they'll support Unified Patents' Open Source Zone. This move will deter patent trolls from suing for fear they'll find their patents annulled.
The new list of the world's fastest computers -- supercomputing's Top 500 -- is out, and every one runs faster than a petaflop using Linux.
GNOME, KDE, and Linux desktop developers all agree Flatpak and Snap are the future of Linux desktop application delivery.
NextCloud founder Frank Karlitschek challenges Linux developers to start working together to make life easier for would-be Linux application developers. If it does, he thinks Linux can be a significant desktop player.
The troubled Docker company has sold its Docker Enterprise product line and business to cloud-power Mirantis.
Another day, another Intel CPU bug. Here's what Red Hat and other Linux vendors are doing about it.
Hate Apple lock-in? Don't want to have Google looking over your shoulder? Then, you may want to consider installing the Google-free /e/ Android fork on your smartphone or even buying an /e/ powered phone.
Tomorrow's flying Uber vehicles will rely on Cesium's open-source 3D geospatial software for its in-air "driving."
The first minor update of RHEL 8.1 adds some major new features.
Dell has been offering Linux laptops for over a decade now, but never before have they offered so many high-end developer laptop models with 18 different configurations.
Cloud Foundry reasons, since the code's open-source, why not open-source the course work for the developer exam too? At the same time, Google also sees the advantage of open-sourcing the documentation process.
Open-source software rules the world, and if you're an open-source developer anywhere around the globe -- even in countries not on good terms with the US -- you have a home at GitHub.
Fedora, Red Hat's cutting-edge community Linux distribution, is a crystal ball into RHEL's future.
Greg Kroah-Hartman, the stable Linux kernel maintainer, says we're going to see Intel chip security problems for years to come.
Linux, the most important software program in the world, has a major weak point: Poor testing. That's changing, and one big sign of that is KernelCI, an automated testing framework for the Linux kernel, is now a Linux Foundation project.
Docker this, container that, and Kubernetes it all. Welcome to IT in the twenty-teens, but will it continue to be "all containers, all the time?" Some developers are turning to other approaches.
Ubuntu sees a future where both Kubernetes and OpenStack will keep it as one of the leading cloud and container companies.
The OpenStack Foundation is turning over the management of the Certified OpenStack Administrator to OpenStack company Mirantis.
It may never be as big as Windows, but Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth still sees a bright future for the Linux desktop.