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Microsoft, Docker, Red Hat and IBM Join Google's Kubernetes Project

Microsoft, Docker, Red Hat and IBM Join Google's Kubernetes Project

A few weeks ago, I covered the news that Google has released Kubernetes under an open-source license, which is essentially a version of Borg, which harnesses computing power from data centers into a powerful virtual machine. Now, news has arrived that some vey big contributors to the Kubernetes proj...

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Stackify - Application Monitoring for DevOps

Stackify's CEO and VP of Marketing discuss what monitoring/management tools developers/operators need. In short, simplicity and the ability to dive deep into the software stack when needed.

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module Becomes Pico-ITX SBC

On Kickstarter, Geekroo launched a “CoMo Booster” Pico-ITX baseboard for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module that adds WiFi, audio I/O, and wide-range power. Raspberry PiCompute Module(click to enlarge) Last year, Australia-based Geekroo ran a successful Kickstarter project to build a Mini-ITX board...

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Android: Number One With a Bullet

Android is well on its way to being the most popular end-user operating system of all.

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Preview: Benchmarking CentOS 7.0 & Scientific Linux 7.0

CentOS 7.0 was released this week and that came just days after the first alpha of Scientific Linux 7, both of which are based upon last month's release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. With these new community-based EL7 releases coming about, it's time for some fresh Enterprise Linux benchmarking...

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Girls' Skills are Needed in Tech

Girls' Skills are Needed in Tech

ChickTech is based in Portland but plans to be nationwide by 2016. After interviewing Jennifer Davidson about how ChickTech gets girls involved in tech, I have high hopes it's even sooner. The non-profit targets girls who would never nominate themselves to participate in a tech workshop and who woul...

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The First Chromebook With a Core i3 Processor is Here

The First Chromebook With a Core i3 Processor is Here

Chromebooks are best known for being simple, pared-down devices that browse the web and don't do much else. As a result, aside from the exhorbitantly expensive Chromebook Pixel, most Chromebooks have underpowered processors when compared with more fully featured laptops. Google and Intel promised th...

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Chromebooks: Going Offline to Compete

Critics of the Chromebook mistakenly believe that once offline users can’t do anything. This isn’t true and Google is taking steps to make that clear.

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Linux Foundation SysAdmin Andy Grimberg Loves New Tech and Snowboarding

Linux Foundation SysAdmin Andy Grimberg Loves New Tech and Snowboarding

Andrew Grimberg is the primary administrator for the OpenDaylight Project's infrastructure. In this Q&A he describes his typical day at work, his love for learning new technologies and for snowboarding, and his favorite sysadmin tool, Vim.

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To Linux Foundation SysAdmin Ryan Day, Elegance is the Best Tool

To Linux Foundation SysAdmin Ryan Day, Elegance is the Best Tool

Ryan Day is one of nine Linux Foundation system administrators, and is part of the global team that supports developers working on collaborative projects. In this Q&A, the first in a series of profiles of Linux Foundation sysadmins, he describes a typical work day, talks about his favorite tools...

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