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Containers and Microservices Force VMware To Ship A Linux Distribution
VMware is the most unusual and unexpected player in the industry to ship a Linux distribution. Here is an analysis of what forced the virtualization giant to make this move. Not long ago, VMware was a developer platform company aggressively competing ...
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Wi-Fi software security bug could leave Android, Windows, Linux open to attack
In an e-mail today to the Open Source Software Security (oss-security) mailing list, the maintainer of wireless network client code used by Android, the Linux and BSD Unix operating systems, and Windows Wi-Fi device drivers sent an urgent fix to a flaw ...
Wi-Fi client vulnerability could expose Android, Linux, BSD, other systems to ...Computerworld
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Debian 8.0 'Jessie' is out and even Microsoft is celebrating
The wait is over. Debian 8.0??Jessie??will be released on April 25, after a nearly two-year development cycle for the next release of this long-standing Linux distribution. Microsoft is even throwing Debian a birthday party, complete with cake. Sure ...
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Microsoft continues earning money from Linux -- increases patent licensing ...
Many people -- let's call them 'haters' -- like to make fun of Microsoft's mobile market share with Windows Phone. True, the platform is a failure in this regard, but many users of the OS like it. Quite frankly, besides the lack of apps, Windows Phone ...
Intel Compute Stick now available: $149 for Windows version, $110 for Linux
That was the case at CES back in January, when Intel showed off the Compute Stick, its version of a teeny-tiny PC that includes a quad-core Atom processor and -- depending on whether you want the Windows 8.1 or Linux edition -- comes with up to 2GB of ...
Intel Compute Stick Available for Windows, LinuxChinatopix
You Can Now Order Intel Compute Stick: $149 For Windows Version and $110 ...News Every day
Intel's Compute Stick goes on sale for $149 with Windows 8.1InfoWorld
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Five Important Steps Linux Job Seekers Should Take
Linux talent is in high demand, and the evidence is in the numbers. According to the 2015 Linux Jobs Report from the Linux Foundation, 92 percent of IT managers plan to hire Linux pros within the next six months. The 2015 Linux Jobs Report includes ...
?Ubuntu 15.04 container-friendly Linux for cloud and servers arrives soon
Don't look now but Ubuntu has become the Linux for clouds. On the AmazonElastic Compute Cloud (EC2), for example, Ubuntu is the most popular operating system by an almost two to one margin. 64 percent of production OpenStack users have also chosen ...
Ubuntu Linux 15.04 Vivid Vervet is hereBetaNews
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?VMware buys into Linux containers with Lightwave and Photon
While VMware has been accused of not playing fair with Linux's code in ESX and ESXi, it's long supported Linux. And, while VMware is known for virtualization, last August, the company announced that it was supporting Docker containers. VMware knows ...
VMware fires Photon torpedo ? a homegrown Linux for microservicesThe Register
VMware just created its first Linux OS, and it's container-friendlyNetwork World
VMware Launches Lightwave and Photon for Linux ContainersServer Watch
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Storage VP: Red Hat Gluster, Ceph see faster start than Linux
Red Hat Inc. is seeing a quicker pace of adoption in the initial three years for its open source-based storage than it did for enterprise Linux, according to Ranga Rangachari, vice president and general manager of the company's storage and big data ...
Red Hat launches beta of Linux distro Fedora 22
RED HAT has announced the beta availability of Fedora 22, the newest iteration of its free Linux operating system that's so hot off the press it hasn't been christened with a codename yet. The OS, which runs on an incredibly short update cycle, forms ...
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