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Oct
13th

Datamation’s “Leading Big Data Companies” Report

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

The Big Data market is in a period of remarkable transition. If keeping tabs on
this dynamic sector is in your wheelhouse, Datamation has made your homework
easier by developing “Leading Big Data Companies”, a report that provides “a
snapshot of a market sector in transition”. more>>


Oct
9th

SUSE and SAP: Shared Roots Produce Fruit

Author: John Grogan | Files under syndicated

SUSE and SAP have been collaborating for 18 years now. SAP is ubiquitous in the
enterprise environment, and SUSE is now powering its robust SAP Cloud Platform.
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Oct
5th

Say Hi to Subutai

Author: Alex Karasulu | Files under syndicated

I learned about Subutai from Philip Sheldrake of the Digital Life
Collective (and much else) and thought it deserved attention here at
Linux Journal, so I offered this space for that. Alex Karasulu did most
of the writing, but it was a team effort with help from Jon ‘maddog’ Hall, Philip
Sheldrake
and Steve Taylor.—Doc Searls

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Oct
3rd

Becoming a Cloud Native Organization

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated
Heptio: Becoming a Cloud Native Organization

As Linux has become the mainstay of Enterprise IT, it has become increasingly challenging to install, test and ultimately review properly new products built for large, scalable environments. Although Linux Journal publishes substantial, in-depth product reviews, we can’t possibly review every worthwhile product, especially in an arena like ours that grows and changes so fast. more>>


Sep
21st

Manifold Makes Managing Cloud Developer Services Easy

Author: John Grogan | Files under syndicated

We love it here when superheroes drop their cloak of invisibility, emerge from
stealth mode and reveal themselves to the world. Of course we do—it’s
the geek in us! Manifold has just done exactly that, emerged from stealth mode
and is claiming to be the easiest way to find, buy and manage essential
developer services.
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Sep
6th

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Saving customers time, effort and budget as they implement SAP landscapes,
including on-premises and now on-demand, are the core selling points for
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications.

The latest release of
the SAP-focused SUSE Linux server is also now available as the operating
system for SAP solutions on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
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Aug
30th

Ocado Technology’s Kubermesh

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Instead of relying on servers concentrated in one large data center, the new
Kubermesh is designed to simplify data-center architectures for smart factories by
elegantly and cost effectively leveraging a distributed network of computing nodes
spread across the enterprise. more>>


Aug
4th

Kodiak Data’s MemCloud

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Scientists working with big data regularly confront the high cost
of acquiring the computational power needed to push the boundaries
and innovate in data science. more>>


Jul
26th

Pydio

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Pydio describes itself as the world’s largest open-source file sharing and
synchronization project for the enterprise, and the newly announced Pydio 8
boasts a new user experience that the company says extends the platform’s lead
in design and simplicity, oversight, security and control.
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Jun
28th

AWS Quickstart for Kubernetes

Author: Craig McLuckie | Files under syndicated
AWS Quickstart for Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open-source cluster manager that makes it easy to run Docker and other containers in production environments of all types (on-premises or in the public cloud). What is now an open community project came from development and operations patterns pioneered at Google to manage complex systems at internet scale.

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