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New Report: The Way Software is Built is Changing. Are You a Part of the Trend?

Open source software was first introduced in the enterprise by developers who used it in secret. CIOs and other managers would assert there wasn’t any open source within their walls only to uncover multiple skunkworks projects built on and with open source. Over the last decade, the use of open source software and tools has gone mainstream and today developers and managers alike understand and reap the benefits. Today no one gets fired for using open source.

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Watch Live Video of Collaboration Summit Keynotes on March 26

The Linux Foundation will live stream video of the keynote talks from Collaboration Summit this week.

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Red Hat's Chris Wright: Telco Industry Poised for Open Source Disruption

As an OpenDaylight project board member and the technical director of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) at Red Hat, Chris Wright knows what it takes to launch a successful open source, collaborative project. He'll share some of what he's learned through his experience with OpenDaylight in his keynote presentation this week at Collaboration Summit in Napa.

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Xen Project Shares Lessons of Collaborative Project Success

It's been almost one year since the Xen Project open source hypervisor joined The Linux Foundation as a Collaborative Project. In that time the project has added new corporate members and developers and expanded into new technologies. Project leaders have also learned a lot about how to build a successful collaborative project.

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Linux Video of the Week: Why Open Source Will Change Networking

Open source software will dramatically accelerate change in the networking industry over the next few years with software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV), according to a new report released this week by GigaOM and funded by the OpenDaylight Project. This video explains why.

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