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The Puppet Design Philosophy (O'Reilly)

O'Reilly has posted an excerpt from Puppet best practices, an upcoming book about the Puppet system configuration tool. It's a good place to look for those wanting an introduction to how Puppet works. "Puppet can be somewhat alien to technologists who have a background in automation scripting. Where...

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Lexmark Debuts OpenAperture Cloud App Management Platform

OpenAperture automatically enables regional and provider redundancy, using scaling algorithms to ensure applications maintain optimal performance.

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Android Open Source Project Updated With Code For 5.1.1 (LMY47V)

Android Open Source Project Updated With Code For 5.1.1 (LMY47V)

Android Police: If you're a ROM developer, or just in the mood to poke around the latest Android source code, you'll be excited to know that 5.1.1 has just been uploaded to AOSP. The tag for this release is 5.1.1_r1, and it caries the build number LMY47V. A factory image is already...

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Good Technology Expands Android Security Options

The security rollout marks Good's first implementation of a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) and secure key storage for enterprise mobility management.

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How Tor is Building a New Dark Net With Help From the U.S. Military (The Daily Dot)

The Daily Dot reports that the Tor project is receiving some funding from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to improve Tor's hidden services. "The Dark Net road map moving forward is ambitious. Tor plans to double the encryption strength of hidden service’s identity key and ...

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Fedora 22 Beta Is Out with Better GNOME Notifications and Improved Wayland Support - Gallery

Fedora 22 Beta Is Out with Better GNOME Notifications and Improved Wayland Support - Gallery

Red Hat announced just a few moments ago that Fedora 22 Beta is now available for download and testing, making this one of the fastest release cycles in the past few years. The previous Fedora 21 release was made in December, 2014, and now we're already testing Fedora 22 Beta.

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ARM Boosted by Strong iPhone Sales but Still Hankers After Servers

The UK chip designer has reported rising revenues on the back of growing sales of phones and tablets, while hoping it can overcome setbacks in the server market.

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AMD's New Carrizo Graphics PCI IDs

With yesterday's release of the new open-source "AMDGPU" Linux graphics driver stack we finally have a look at some of the hardware enablement code for the graphics processors of the upcoming "Carrizo" APUs...

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Linux 4.0 Release Boasts Unusual Numerology and Live Kernel Patching

Linux 4.0 Release Boasts Unusual Numerology and Live Kernel Patching

Linus Torvalds this week released the Linux 4.0 kernel -- a relatively small release that still holds some interesting new features. It's also a milestone for the project in a few unintentional ways, which Torvalds spells out in his  4.0 release notes .

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The Companies That Support Linux: NI

The Companies That Support Linux: NI

As new corporate members of The Linux Foundation, NI will be contributing to the PREEMPT_RT real-time Linux patchset – a key underpinning of the company's cutting edge products.

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