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OPNFV – Our First 90 Days

In 2014, the widespread interest in creating a platform for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) was evident across all sectors. NFV is moving out of the labs and into the field. 

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Cloud Adoption Driven by Reliability, Business Continuity

Nearly all U.S. respondents in the NaviSite survey reflected some level of concern in securing enterprise data as part of their list of IT priorities.

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These are the New Faces of Android Wear

These are the New Faces of Android Wear

Google has opened a section to the Play Store dedicated to serving new watch faces for Android Wear smartwatches. 

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Samsung Believes Wearables 'Will Create a New Era of Power Dressing' in 2015

Samsung Believes Wearables 'Will Create a New Era of Power Dressing' in 2015

The 2015 equivalent of the shoulder pads of the 1980s will be wearable technology, according to Samsung. 

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Snappy Ubuntu Arrives for Google Cloud, Optimizes Docker Use

Snappy Ubuntu Arrives for Google Cloud, Optimizes Docker Use

As we've reported before, more than half of OpenStack deployments are being built on Ubuntu, according to the OpenStack Foundation, which backs the claim up with survey results. Ubuntu's popularity with the cloud crowd is not lost on Canonical, which recently launched a new “snappy” version of U...

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New Ruby Benchmarks On GCC vs. LLVM Clang Compilers

Earlier this month were the independent benchmark results that saw Ruby built under Clang was faster than GCC when a developer running Debian was doing some basic compiler performance tests. 

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The Growing Linux on Power Ecosystem

IBM Smarter Computing Blog: Linux has been a growth area of focus for Power for the last 18 months. 

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Rackspace Embraces OpenPOWER

Rackspace is now the 80th member company to join the OpenPOWER Foundation which is now entering its second year of operations.

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Congratulations to the Cloud Foundry Foundation

It’s no longer debatable that most technologies today are built with open source software and collaborative development. Everyone knows this to be true. What’s become more the topic of discussion in recent years is how to support and manage these massive, shared resources we call open source pro...

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Greg Kroah-Hartman on Contributing to the Kernel, Life as a Maintainer, Beer, and More

Greg Kroah-Hartman on Contributing to the Kernel, Life as a Maintainer, Beer, and More

Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux kernel developer and Linux Foundation Fellow, answered questions in a Reddit AMA last week. Here are some of the best responses.

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