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SAP Stamps Cloud Foundry and OpenStack with Meaningful Endorsements

SAP Stamps Cloud Foundry and OpenStack with Meaningful Endorsements

SAP may not be on every individual user's radar, but the company is a giant global force in running enterprise back-end systems, new forays into the cloud and other new platforms, and managing enterprise class applications. Now, SAP has announced that it is committing to Cloud Foundry and OpenStack,...

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Docker Acquires London Startup Orchard Laboratories

Orchard Laboratories makes the Orchard and Fig applications - popular projects to come out of the Docker open source ecosystem.

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Chromebooks Emerge as Major New Linux Force on Notebooks

Chromebooks Emerge as Major New Linux Force on Notebooks

Love it, loathe it, or laugh at it, Chrome OS keeps on advancing. According to a Google  blog post this week , more than 1 million Chromebooks were sold to schools in the second quarter alone. 

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Linux Developers Jump Quickly On ACPI 5.1, Helps Out ARM

Fresh off the release of ACPI 5.1 by the UEFI Forum, Linux developers are updating their support against this latest revision to the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface. In particular, ACPI 5.1 is supposed to help out ARM...

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Bugcrowd Seeks to Streamline Reporting and Handling of Bugs

Bugcrowd Seeks to Streamline Reporting and Handling of Bugs

"All software contains security flaws," touts the homepage of Bugcrowd, a new site that seeks to streamline the way flaws are reported by enforcing crowdsourced "responsible disclosure" policies. 

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Standardized Open Source Products are the Key to Unlocking the Lock-in Trap

Mårten Mickos, CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, argues that when companies lock in to their own design and customizations, it’s as harmful as when they lock in to a vendor. Mickos explains why he thinks using standardized open source products is the best way to avoid both types of lock-in.

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Intel Is Getting Very Close To OpenGL 4.0/4.1/4.2 Mesa Support

As brought up in the discussion following yesterday's article about Intel adding BPTC support to their Mesa driver, several Phoronix readers are filled with happiness over Mesa nearly support not just for the OpenGL 4.0 specification but also OpenGL 4.1 and 4.2 aren't far out of reach...

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AMDKFD Driver Still Evolving For Open-Source HSA On Linux

Earlier this month AMD published an open-source HSA Linux driver for exploiting the potential of their much-promoted Heterogeneous System Architecture. This driver, now known as the "AMDKFD" driver, is up to its second revision and continues being analyzed by developers on the mailing list...

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SysAdmin Day 2014: Best Linux Foundation SysAdmin Quotes

SysAdmin Day 2014: Best Linux Foundation SysAdmin Quotes

Happy SysAdmin Day 2014! Over the past three weeks we've been profiling the Linux Foundation's heroic team of system administrators in honor of the amazing work they do behind the scenes to keep this organization and our collaborative projects humming. Here are some of their best quotes, which highl...

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Linux Foundation SysAdmin Aric Gardner Avoids a GUI at All Costs

Linux Foundation SysAdmin Aric Gardner Avoids a GUI at All Costs

Happy SysAdmin Day! This profile is part of a series on Linux Foundation system administrators over the past three weeeks. Do you have a super-hero sysadmin you'd like to recognize? Send your nomination to  Read more...

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