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Developing User Interfaces for Mesos Frameworks and Why They Are Needed

The New Stack: Mesosphere’s DCOS allows the use of a data center as if it were a single machine. It has a graphical user interface and people can install frameworks and manage the data center resources from a web browser. But what about a user interface for the Mesos frameworks...

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30 Sys Admins to Follow on SysAdmin Day

30 Sys Admins to Follow on SysAdmin Day

Systems administrators: They keep our high-tech world up and running. From capacity planning, to 3 a.m. phone calls, to retiring that 10-year-old server that uses more power than your whole house, sys admins do it all. Open source communities would not be able to thrive without the networks, service...

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UL Labs Examining Wearables Security Concerns

With the rising use of wearable devices, Underwriters Laboratories is working to establish a cyber-security framework to help protect the devices.

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IoT Devices to Almost Triple by 2020, to 38 Billion

Devices connected to the Web—the marketplace of IoT technology, will number 38.5 billion in 2020, up from 13.4 billion in 2015, Juniper projected.

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Debian Finally Moves to GCC 5

Debian Finally Moves to GCC 5

Ubuntu and Debian developers have been working for some time to make GCC 5.x the default compiler for the project, and they have finally made it. Ubuntu was the first one to achieve this, and now it looks like Debian has joined the party as well. 

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EFF Creates "Stronger" Standard For Do Not Track

Privacy advocates have long been working toward a coherent Do Not Track standard, and this week a new option is being put on the table. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, along with companies including Medium and DuckDuckGo, have introduced a new Do Not Track standard ...

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The New AMDGPU Patches Show More AMD Developer Involvement

The AMDGPU scheduler patches published this week show more AMD developers involved than once was the case for the open-source AMD Linux driver stack...

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Nvidia 352.30 Stable Driver for Linux Has Lots of Fixes and GeForce 910M Support

Nvidia 352.30 Stable Driver for Linux Has Lots of Fixes and GeForce 910M Support

Nvidia has released a new Linux driver in the stable branch and has fixed a few outstanding issues. The company also provides support for the latest GeForce 910M chipset. Nvidia maintains a number of branches for the drivers, and it's getting harder and harder to keep track of them. There...

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A Preview: Oracle Connects the Dots at LinuxCon/CloudOpen/ContainerCon

I’m really pleased with the lineup of keynote speakers and sessions we have planned for LinuxCon, CloudOpen and ContainerCon taking place in Seattle in just two short weeks. Content is our first priority for these events, and I think developers, SysAdmins and executives will be happy with what they ... Read more...

The Companies That Support Linux: Solace Systems

The Companies That Support Linux: Solace Systems

Solace Systems makes messaging middleware technology that moves data between distributed applications, devices and users to enable big data, cloud computing and the Internet of Things.

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