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There are no new major features in this Kubernetes release, but many users will be just fine with that.
If you're building a medical device to fight coronavirus, Linux power SUSE wants you to know it has your back.
SUSE, the Linux and cloud company, and Cloud Foundry are releasing KubeCF. It will enable you to run the Cloud Foundry PaaS on Kubernetes.
We not only don't know how many people have coronavirus in the US, but we also don't even know how many have been tested. So, researchers, using open-source tools, are digging out the real numbers for us.
Linus Torvalds created Linux and Git from home. Here's how.
DevOps? On a mainframe!? Yes, it's true. Red Hat is bringing Ansible to the IBM Z.
Many open-source projects are taking on the challenge of conquering COVID-19.
In the latest Red Hat Product Security Risk Report, Red Hat reveals how it addresses security concerns both for Linux and open-source software.
The new Red Hat Ceph Storage can handle petabytes of data for all your enterprise cloud and datacenter storage needs.
UPDATED: March 10. You can safely assume if you were planning on going to a Linux or open-source conference anytime soon, it's been canceled or made virtual.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation finds in its latest survey that Kubernetes and other cloud-native programs exploding in popularity.
Need AI smarts on the edge? SolidRun and Gyrfalcon have a Linux-powered ARM-based AI server for you: The Janux GS31.
LF Energy and Alliander Announce a program -- GXF -- to securely manage the modern electrical grid's Industrial Internet of Things.
Opinion: It was incompetence, not politics, that led to the Iowa caucus app misfiring. Above all, it was poor programming. Open-source software techniques could have prevented this blunder.
Who'da thought hiding passwords behind asterisks as you entered the characters could be a security problem?
Usually, it's Linux and open-source companies which join the Linux patent consortium Open Invention Network. Now, Japanese hardware firm Taiyo Yuden, realizing technology's future lies with open source, has joined too.
Lightmeter promises to significantly improve private email server performance.
Today's companies use CI/CD to speedily deploy software updates, but that last step, from your pipeline to a cloud service, can be tricky. CircleCI has an answer.
Building on top of Ubuntu on the cloud, Canonical is making it possible to run demanding Android apps from the cloud with the Anbox Cloud.
This minor Red Hat Linux release includes some nice features for both programmers and system administrators.