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KVM Forum is an annual event that presents a rare opportunity for developers and users to meet, discuss the state of Linux virtualization technology, and plan for the challenges ahead.
There's simply no other event in North America where developers, sys admins, architects and all levels of technical talent gather together under one roof for education, collaboration and problem-solving to further the Linux platform.
ContainerCon gathers leading contributors in Linux containers, the Linux kernel, and related projects to forge a path to continued innovation and education.
LinuxCon Japan is the premier Linux conference in Asia that brings together a unique blend of core developers, administrators, users, community managers and industry experts.
ContainerCon Japan gathers leading contributors in Linux containers, the Linux kernel, and related projects to forge a path to continued innovation and education.
Cloud Foundry Summit is a three-day event for developers, operators and managers leveraging the industry standard platform for cloud applications.
ApacheCon North America will bring together the open source community to learn about and collaborate on the technologies and projects driving the future of open source, web technologies and cloud computing.
The Linux Foundation | April 4, 2016
A variety of companies are already using containers at scale in production. In the previous chapter, we looked at how and why Spotify, DramaFever, Built.io, and the Institute of Investigation, Innovation and Postgraduate Studies in Education (IIIEPE) use containers. Now let's dive in and take a...
Sebastien Goasguen | March 18, 2016
Docker is celebrating its third birthday this week, on March 23, but some of you may still not know about all the tools that come with Docker. In this blog we will introduce you to Docker Compose, one of the tools, which with the Docker Engine, Docker Machine and Docker Swarm, empowers developers...
Lars Kurth | November 19, 2015
Open Source Security Process Part 4: Xen Project's Policy for Responsible Disclosure with Maximum Fairness and Transparency
In part four of this four-part series, Xen Project Advisory Board Chairman Lars Kurth takes a closer look at the Xen Project’s Security Policy and its evolution from its inception in 2011 to today and what it means for IT teams. Read Part 3: Are Today’s Open Source Security Practices Robust Enough...