The Linux Foundation's Clyde Seepersad to Host Training Q&A on Twitter

On Friday, April 28, The Linux Foundation will continue its new series of Twitter chats with leaders at the organization. This monthly activity, entitled #...
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Kubernetes

Keeping State and Networking in Kubernetes

In our previous installments of this series (see below), we learned a lot of neat things about Kubernetes. We learned that it is descended from the secret...
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The Cloud Foundry Approach to Container Storage and Security

Recently, The New Stack published an article titled “Containers and Storage: Why We Aren’t There Yet” covering a talk from IBM’s James Bottomley at the Linux...
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Google’s New Chip Is a Stepping Stone to Quantum Computing Supremacy

John Martinis has given himself just a few months to reach a milestone in the history of computing. He’s leader of the Google research group working on...
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The Story of Getting SSH Port 22

The SSH (Secure Shell) port is 22. It is not a co-incidence. This is a story I (Tatu Ylonen) haven't told before. I wrote the initial version of SSH in Spring...
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Protect Your Management Interfaces

When it comes to architecture design, one area that is often not given due consideration is the protection of the management interfaces used by administrators ...
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An Aerospace Engineer Drags a Stodgy Industry Toward Open Source

MORE THAN A decade ago, software engineer Ryan Melton spent his evenings, after workdays at Ball Aerospace, trying to learn to use a 3-D modeling program....
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