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Why 2016 is Going to be the Year of DevOps

DevOps is a philosophy and a cultural shift rather than a new market say analysts.

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Automate Your Infrastructure with Ansible

Learn more about why Ansible is a valuable tool that provides a coherent model for safely provisioning, configuring and orchestrating multiple remote machines.

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China Wants Silicon Valley's Encryption Keys: Good Business, or Get Out?

China wants the encryption keys from U.S. technology companies as part of a counter-terrorism law. The draft law leaves U.S. tech giants with two options: Play ball or get out.

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Four Steps to Take Before Migrating Legacy Components to a SaaS App

Your organization should break down a legacy system into components before putting them into a SaaS app your development team creates. Follow these steps.

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Taking Linux Infrastructure to the Next Level in 2015

New workloads and creative developers are gravitating to the dynamic world of Linux. Here are IBM Power Systems Manager Doug Balog's thoughts on what the year has in store for Linux.

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Funds Flow in for GnuPG Author After Article Reveals His Plight

On Thursday ProPublica published the frustrating tale of Werner Koch, the one guy – yes really – who’s maintaining the extremely widely-used Gnu Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG) software that people use to encrypt their email messages and digitally authenticate downloadable programs such as the Tor Browser.

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