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IPFire was designed for users new to firewalling, so it places a premium on user-friendliness.

IPFire: A User-Friendly Linux Firewall Distribution

Securing your network is an incredibly challenging task, one that’s made even more difficult by software that adds yet another layer of complexity on top. And let’s face it, most firewall tools are the stuff of user nightmare. That’s why, when a firewall tool strips away some of that complexity, it...
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Reliable IoT Event Logging with syslog-ng

As I wrote above, the syslog-ng application is an enhanced logging daemon with a focus on portability and central log collection. Daemon means syslog-ng is an application running continuously in the background; in this case, it's collecting log messages. While Linux testing for many of today's...
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Open Source Zeroes In on the Edge

The important role that open source will play in distributing compute power to the edge is coming into clearer focus here this week, with multiple initiatives and some significant contributions from major industry players. The Open Networking Foundation kicked things off with its announcement of a...
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Juniper's OpenContrail SDN Rebranded as Tungsten Fabric

Sometimes, rebranding is a good thing. Juniper Networks' OpenContrail was an excellent open-source software-defined network (SDN) program. But, it was perceived as being too much under Juniper's thumb to draw many outside developers. Realizing this, Juniper spun OpenContrail out into a community-...
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How to Monitor Network Protocol Traffic on your Data Center Linux Servers

With Linux in your data centers, you value the ability to monitor different network protocols on your servers. With this gathered information, you can troubleshoot issues or tweak your servers such that they outperform the original specs. Most Linux administrators might recall ntop. It was the de...
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Check out these four new training courses that provide both introductory and advanced knowledge of ONAP and OPNFV technologies.

4 New Training Courses Help You Keep Pace with Open Source Networking

Open source networking is transforming how enterprises today develop, deploy, and scale their networks and services. To help you keep pace with the evolution that is taking place in enterprise networking, The Linux Foundation has expanded its training offerings to include four new open networking...
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TLS 1.3 Is Approved: Here's How It Could Make the Entire Internet Safer

​The IETF has finally given the okay to the TLS 1.3 protocol, which will speed up secure connections and make snooping harder for attackers. TLS 1.3 has been approved for use, which will make all secure internet connections faster and safer. The security and speed improvements brought by TLS 1.3...
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Opening ONS Keynote Demonstrates Kubernetes Enabling ONAP On Any Public, Private, or Hybrid Cloud

ONAP and Kubernetes, two of the fastest growing and in demand open source projects, are coming together at Open Networking Summit this week. To ensure ONAP runs on Kubernetes in any environment, ONAP is now a part of the new Cross-Cloud CI project that integrates, tests and deploys the most popular...
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Open networking is here, says Inocybe's John Zannos. Learn more in this interview ahead of Open Networking Summit, taking place next week in Los Angeles.

The Evolution of Open Networking to Automated, Intelligent Networks

The 2018 Open Networking Summit is happening this week in Los Angeles. Just prior to opening day, we talked with John Zannos, Chief Revenue Officer at Inocybe, to get his view on the state of open networking and changes in the foreseeable future. Zannos, is on the governing board of the Linux...
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ONS 2018 Q&A: Dan Rodriguez, Intel

Ahead of the much anticipated 2018 Open Networking Summit, we spoke to Dan Rodriguez, vice president and general manager of the Communications Infrastructure Division within Intel’s Data Center Group, about the future of open source networking and for a preview of his keynote. To learn more, don’t...
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