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HP-Eucalyptus: Buying an Edge in a Busy, Complex Market

In its move to acquire the AWS-compatible cloud stack provider, HP wants to present itself as being the "most compatible" of systems suppliers.

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Open Source Datacenter Computing With Apache Mesos

Open Source Datacenter Computing With Apache Mesos

Apache Mesos is a cluster manager that provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications or frameworks. Mesos is a open source software originally developed at the University of California at Berkeley. It sits between the application layer and the operating system and...

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Intel's Edison Brings Yocto Linux to Wearables

Intel's Edison Brings Yocto Linux to Wearables

Linux-based platforms for wearables include Android Wear, Samsung's Tizen SDK for Wearables, and now Intel's Yocto Linux and Intel Atom-based  Edison  computing module. The Edison was  released last week  in conjunction with the Intel Developer Forum. 

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Google Reveals the First Ultra-Cheap Android One Smartphones

Google Reveals the First Ultra-Cheap Android One Smartphones

Google has unveiled the first smartphones to run on its Android One platform, a standard designed to help push affordable smartphones in the developing world. The initiative kicks off in India, where Micromax, Spice, and Karbonn are all selling phones said to have 4.5-inch screens, 1GB of RAM, ...

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Is It Time to Cleave Linux in Two?

Is It Time to Cleave Linux in Two?

Fires may be easy to start, but putting them out is a different matter. Case in point: the Systemd inferno. What started a few weeks ago as a relatively straightforward controversy over an oft-debated technology Visit the VMware Tech Center has now virtually blown up in Linux fans' faces. The...

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Samsung Open Source Group’s Linux Kernel Updates and More from LinuxCon

Samsung Open Source Group’s Linux Kernel Updates and More from LinuxCon

 The Samsung Open Source Group shares its top highlights of LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America, as well as looks forward to what we can expect from LinuxCon Europe next month in Germany.

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Intel Skylake's MPX Is Closer To Providing Linux Memory Protection

Besides Intel publicly working on Skylake "Gen9" graphics support for Linux, Intel open-source developers are also working on other areas of Skylake hardware enablement for Linux. Work on supporting the Intel Memory Protection Extensions (MPX) that are new to the Skylake micro-architecture are still...

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Intel ILO Gallium3D Driver Sees New Improvements

For users of the unofficial Intel Gallium3D driver, ILO, it's been updated with some minor improvements...

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The True Measure of a Successful Open Source Project

The True Measure of a Successful Open Source Project

A question I get a lot is, “What makes an open source software project successful?” This isn’t a simple question, as every project is really different. But certainly there are some common characteristics: a vibrant and open community and ecosystem of contributors, an innovative goal or technol...

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How Amazon Web Services Uses Linux and Open Source

How Amazon Web Services Uses Linux and Open Source

Chris Schlaeger, director of software development at Amazon Web Services and managing director of the Amazon Development Center Germany GmbH, previews his keynote at CloudOpen Europe, Oct. 13-15 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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