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Hear from Chris Pinkham, VP of Engineering at Twitter about the challenges of running one of the single largest Mesos clusters known.

At MesosCon: Chris Pinkham Details Twitter's Platform Infrastructure

As a preview to MesosCon, we spoke with Chris Pinkham, VP of Engineering at Twitter, about some of the issues involved with running “one of the largest single Mesos clusters known” and why open source technology is critical to Twitter’s success. In his keynote presentation, “Platform...
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Rise of Open Cloud Architecture and Over-the-Top (OTT) Network Services

To meet greater traffic demands and lower operating costs, some of the world’s largest service providers today are looking at open source software to deliver new network services using OpenStack and Linux containers. In a panel on ‘Rise of Open Cloud Architectures and Over-the-Top Network Services...
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This Week in Linux News: Torvalds Monitoring Year 2038 Problem, Open Source Jobs Still in High Demand, & More

1) Linus Torvalds is keeping a close eye on Y2K-like "2038 problem," which is already causing problems.Torvalds Unhappy with Sloppy Unix Millennium Bug Patches for Linux Kernel- Neowin   2) The Linux Foundation's 2016 Open Source Jobs Report shows that demand for open source talent in the...
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With Ansible Update, Docker Compose Files Can Configure Networks

If you’re deploying containers at very large scale, there’s a very good chance that you use a variety of automation tools simultaneously.  Docker has its own, naturally, and its scripts are almost delightfully straightforward and easy for the mind to digest. But it doesn’t really matter how simple...
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Securing the Cloud With SDN

It’s becoming clear that rising network security threats will drive increasing integration between network virtualization (NV) and security, as we’ve long predicted here. This means that software-defined networking (SDN) will become a key technology for securing the cloud. SDN can significantly...
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Distributed Tracing for Polyglot Microservices

Distributed tracing is a critical tool for debugging and understanding microservices. But setting up tracing libraries across all services can be costly—especially in systems composed of services written in disparate languages and frameworks. In this post, we’ll show you how you can easily add...
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Five-Minute Screencasts to Learn Kubernetes

Containers are disrupting the way we develop applications and the way we manage them in our datacenter. Docker provides a great user experience for developers, who can develop, package, ship, and run applications easily. However creating a truly distributed application made of several dozens,...
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Cloud Foundry’s Security Strategy: Rotate, Repair, Repave

Most enterprises are addressing security at the wrong tempo: They roll out what they assume are secured applications and infrastructure, and then are slow to make any changes, fretful that reconfigurations might open security holes. But the threat landscape is an always changing, and the...
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7 Essential Skill-Building Courses for the Open Source Jobs Market

Dice and The Linux Foundation recently released an updated Open Source Jobs Report that examines trends in open source recruiting and job seeking. The report clearly shows that open source professionals are in demand and that those with open source experience have a strong advantage when seeking...
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Cloud Foundry ‘Dojo’ Opening in Seattle, Hosted by HP Enterprise

Seattle will be one of only seven cities in North America and the UK to host a Cloud Foundry “Dojo,” giving programmers a six-week bootcamp to attain the ability to contribute source code to the popular open-source platform for developing cloud apps. Hewlett Packard Enterprise will host the Cloud...
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