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Excited for LinuxCon New Orleans, in GIFs

LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America are next week and to get you pumped up for the event, we've collected some fun GIFs from LinuxCon 2012.

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Brandon Philips: How the CoreOS Linux Distro Uses Cgroups

CoreOS is a new Linux distribution for servers aimed at giving all data centers the same automation capabilities and efficiencies as those seen in the massive server farms run by Google or Facebook. Here CTO Brandon Philips previews his talk on cgroups at LinuxCon and Cloud Open next week and discusses the benefits of CoreOS for sysadmins and developers.

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Linux Kernel 3.11 Release Boosts Performance, Efficiency

Linus Torvalds released the 3.11“Linux for workgroups” kernel on Monday with many new features and fixes that improve performance and lower power consumption. Several changes are also in keeping with recent industry trends toward the energy-efficient ARM architecture and the use of solid state drives (SSD).

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Inside LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2013, Part Two: More Co-Located Events

Have you planned your LinuxCon and CloudOpen schedule yet? Hopefully last week’s guide to the Xen Project, OpenDaylight and Tizen mini summits gave you a good start.  In part two of your inside guide to co-located events I’ll give you an overview of what to expect from the Linux Plumbers Conference; Linux Wireless Summit; UEFI Plugfest; and Enea Hacker Day. Other LinuxCon events include the Linux Security Summit and the Gluster Workshop.

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Inside LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2013: Xen, OpenDaylight and Tizen Summits

Along with a great line up of keynote speakers and breakout sessions, LinuxCon and CloudOpen offer a dizzying array of workshops, mini-summits and work sessions this year. How will you make the most of your time in the Big Easy? Here is your guide to LinuxCon and CloudOpen co-located events.

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