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Enea has unveiled version 4.0 of its networking-oriented Enea Linux embedded distribution, introducing virtualization features and an updated Yocto Project 1.6 foundation. The release highlights a trend ...
2. The Path to the Future is Open
(Enterprise Computing/Business News)
... to the company. He is a veteran of five Massachusetts software startups: Avid, WebLine (Cisco), FairMarket (Ebay), Reflectent (Citrix) and VMTurbo. Lou was President and CEO of VMTurbo, Inc., and Reflectent ...
A month ago we announced the Core Infrastructure Initiative, a project to help fund critical open source projects that we all rely upon but that are in need of support. We moved quickly to organize ...
... are a fact of life, we absolutely hope that by bringing together companies such as Amazon, Cisco, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and more with the developers who work on critical pieces of our infrastructure ...
... crossover between things like clang’s static analysis warnings and the stuff I’m doing with Coverity. Speaking of, I left early on Friday to head back to San Francisco to meet up with Coverity. Lots ...
...  Frameworks include Cisco's IoT initiative and the Linux Foundation's newer AllSeen Alliance, based on Qualcomm's AllJoyn platform. Intel's Intelligent Device Platform focuses on smart grid intelligent ...
7. What's Next for SUSE Cloud and OpenStack
(Featured Blogs/Libby Clark)
... into core OpenStack demonstrated the evolving maturity of the project to meet the needs of the industry.  With SUSE Cloud 2.0, SUSE is working with partners such as Cisco, EMC, and NetApp to support ...
... an all-star line-up of open source cloud computing experts from Cisco, Red Hat, Piston Cloud, HP, SaltStack, CoreOS, and more. The “all things cloud computing” podcast, The CloudCast, will be recording ...
... 9,000 contributors in nearly 90 countries, and more than 150 companies including Red Hat, Canonical, IBM, AT&T, Cisco, Intel, PayPal, Comcast, and a host of other names that should be familiar to most ...
Five Collaboration Summit attendees told us what their favorite part of the conference has been so far. Now more than halfway through the Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit in San Francisco, attendees ...
11. OpenStack 'Grizzly' Debuts with More Than 200 New Features
(Enterprise Computing/Cloud Computing)
... of operations,” explained Mark Collier, chief operating officer at the OpenStack Foundation, in a blog post announcing the new software. Best Buy, Bloomberg, NSA, Cisco WebEx, Comcast, CERN, HP, NeCTAR, ...
... Karim Yaghmour, OperSys founder, during the panel discussion on this topic at the Android Builders Summit last month in San Francisco.  It was a question meant to spur discussion, he said, that’s ...
13. Android Follows Linux into Wide World of Embedded
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... Android Builders Summit, to be held Feb. 18-19 in San Francisco.  ...
14. More Reasons Why MPI is Good for You
(High Performance /High-Performance)
Over at the MPI Blog, Cisco’s Jeff Squyres writes that recent bug-driven crashes remind that implementing complex network IPC middleware is very difficult, but luckily MPI does a great job of shielding ...
15. Open Source Cloud News Roundup: Week of Oct. 22
(Featured Blogs/Libby Clark)
... Rackspace and OpenNebula are also featured, along with an inside look at Cisco's OpenStack Edition. This week's top open source cloud headlines raised a few interesting questions. Does OpenStack need ...
The Quantum Project is working to design next-generation virtual networks with no model for comparison. In his OSCON session about the Quantum Project, Lew Tucker, Cisco VP ...
17. Open Source Cloud Top Stories of the Week
(Featured Blogs/Libby Clark)
... CloudStack: 85% of VARs See Private Cloud Opportunities, Talkin Cloud Blog No real suprising news out of the Citrix Partner Summit in San Francisco this week. The market is young and Citrix is going after ...
As the annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit was wrapping up yesterday in San Francisco, we asked a few attendees to weigh in on their favorite sessions. The invitation-only event brought together ...
... proprietary,” Michael said in his keynote talk Tuesday at the Linux Collaboration Summit in San Francisco. “Let’s build this together.” Open source hardware presents some unique challenges compared with ...
20. Chatting with Peter Tait of Lucid Imagination
(Community Blogs/Business (or Enterprise))
... Solr community, we also host Lucene Revolution, the world's biggest open source search conference. The recent San Francisco event attracted almost 500 attendees, and the energy level at the conference ...
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