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Mar
17th

Crate Built a Distributed SQL Database System To Run Within Containers

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

Crate Technology has designed a database system for supporting Docker containers and microservices. The technology stresses ease of use, speed and scalability while retaining the ability to use SQL against very large data sets. Crate was built to run i…


Mar
15th

Can DevOps and ITIL Co-Exist? A Story of Two IT Service Philosophies

Author: ZDNet | Files under syndicated

Is ITIL, first formulated more than two decades ago to promote service-thinking within IT ranks, a good fit within emerging DevOps cultures?


Mar
15th

AWS Ready to Launch Database Migration Service

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

Amazon Web Services will today launch its AWS Database Migration Service, reports have claimed. The service, which helps companies move massive databases onto Amazon Web Services, has been in preview since last October, but AWS now reportedly thin…


Mar
15th

Red Hat Courts Antsy Unix Users with RHEV 3.6 Release

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

With the release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6, Red Hat has set its sites on helping to move mission critical Unix workloads over to Linux machines.


Mar
11th

Elementary OS: A Distro that Dreams of Disrupting the Linux Desktop

Author: Swapnil Bhartiya | Files under syndicated

Elementary OS has been making waves for quite some time, and the distro has already created a loyal fan following that’s helping it become a self-sustaining product. I am not an elementary OS user; I am more of an Arch Linux or openSUSE guy, but I do run it in a VM, to keep an eye on what’s going on with this promising distribution.


Mar
11th

4 Truths From Inside Open Source Marketing at SUSE

Author: Bryan Lunduke | Files under syndicated

In a previous article, I talked about what it’s like to work on a community-driven project from within an Open Source company. Today, I’m going to shift gears and talk about what it’s like to work in the Marketing department of such a company (next month, I’ll be looking at Engineering).


Mar
10th

Lenovo, Juniper Partner to Build Hyperconverged Systems

Author: eWeek | Files under syndicated

The alliance enables the two tech vendors to compete with a growing number of companies entering the space, including HPE and Cisco.


Mar
10th

Google and Facebook Team Up to Open Source the Gear Behind Their Empires

Author: Wired | Files under syndicated

At the annual Open Compute Summit in San Jose, California, Google announced that it too has joined the project. And it’s already working with Facebook on a new piece of open source hardware.


Mar
9th

Google Offers Open Source Tool to Help Evaluate Vendor Security

Author: eWeek | Files under syndicated

The vendor security evaluation framework provides questions that organizations need to ask to accurately assess a third-party’s security and privacy readiness, Google said.


Mar
9th

The Rise of IoT Hacking: New Dangers, New Solutions

Author: ZDNet | Files under syndicated

The explosive growth of the Internet of Things has created a host of new threats for the enterprise. Here’s how hackers are targeting your connected devices and what you can do about it.