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Even before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Linux and cloud company SUSE found in a survey that tech leaders were planning on dumping the old for new in their technology stacks.
Want AWS with easy-to-use Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes container orchestration? You'll soon be able to get that.
The leading private Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud has just released its 21st version.
There's a new release of the open-source Linux command sudo, and it comes with improved auditing, logging, and security.
Synopsys has found that 99% of commercial software programs include at least one open-source component. But 91% of those included out of date or abandoned open-source code.
President Donald Trump wants to protect America's power-grid by forbidding US companies from buying electrical equipment from possible enemy countries. That's easier said than done. But open-source offers a safe way forward.
The Fairphone ethical smartphone is now available with the Google-less Android /e/OS operating system
Do you want a phone you can repair yourself and comes with a privacy-first Android operating system? Then you want the Fairphone 3 with /e/OS.
According to Net Applications, desktop Linux is making a surge. But Windows still rules the desktop and other data suggests that macOS, Chrome OS, and Linux are still way behind, while we're turning evermore to our smartphones.
Cloud Foundry's former head has moved to the popular DevOps program Puppet -- where she'll be the CTO. Puppet’s current CTO, Deepak Giridharagopal is also staying on and retaining the CTO title.
The latest version of Red Hat's community Linux distro is out, and it's a good one. And, soon, Lenovo will ship Fedora-based ThinkPads.
IT's future belongs to containers and Kubernetes, and Red Hat thinks its latest OpenShift Kubernetes distro will take you there.
In the run-up to the release of Ubuntu 20.04, Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth spoke about Canonical's finances, IPO, and future in the days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Micron releases an open-source storage engine that optimizes solid-state drives and storage-class memory database throughput, latency and endurance.
The latest long-term support version of Ubuntu Linux, Focal Fossa, is one good-looking cat with nice features for desktop, server, and cloud users.
NetApp is introducing an enterprise-class data service for stateful, cloud-native applications, which can work with any Kubernetes distribution.
Red Hat introduces its latest RHEL version that helps users to get the most from the hybrid cloud.
The Airbreak firmware is a big step toward transforming the Airsense 10 CPAP machine into a non-invasive ventilator.
So much sickness, so much data, so little time. To help make sense of coronavirus research Verizon Media has created Vespa, an open-source big data search engine.
The orphaned Mapzen project, which is used in many mapping programs, has now found a new home with the Urban Computing Foundation.
Abby Kearns, the Cloud Foundry's executive director, is stepping down leaving the most popular Platform-as-a-Service clouds in the capable hands of its CTO Chip Childers.