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Recent Advances in Machine Learning and Their Application to Networking - Dave Meyer, Brocade

Machine Learning and AI Coming Soon to Networking [Video]

Machine learning and artificial intelligence have gained notoriety among the general public through applications such as Siri, Alexa or Google Now. But, beyond consumer applications, these new hot areas of innovation are bringing unbelievable benefits to the different components of IT...
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DRAM Bitflipping Exploits That Hiijack Computers Just Got Easier

New research into the "Rowhammer" bug that resides in certain types of DDR memory chips raises a troubling new prospect: attacks that use Web applications or booby-trapped videos and documents to trigger so-called bitflipping exploits that allow hackers to take control of vulnerable computers. The...
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Tech Coalitions Pen Open Letter to Burr and Feinstein Over Bill Banning Encryption

A group of tech coalitions has written an open letter to Senators Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), concerning their bill requiring all encryption to be breakable on command, which achieved infamy in record time following the leak of a draft earlier this month. The highly...
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Four Companies Setting the Stage for Programmable Infrastructure

As the world of application development has evolved, so too have the infrastructures used to support the storage and networks demands of todays enterprises. So it is not surprising that there is increasing buzz around programmable infrastructure, an emerging method in which the automated practices...
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How to Install Your Own Cloud Platform with OpenStack in RHEL/CentOS 7

OpenStack is a free and open-source software platform which provides IAAS (infrastructure-as-a-service) for public and private clouds. OpenStack platform consists of several inter-related projects that control hardware, storage, networking resources of a datacenter, such... This is a content...
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Companies That Support Linux: CoSoSys

CoSoSys develops data-loss prevention products for computers and mobile devices that access and store sensitive data. The company’s Endpoint Protector 4 features device control to manage Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux machines. Recently, CoSoSys joined The Linux Foundation and released a private...
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'GPS 2.0' Outline Calls for Open, Hackable, Interfaces

The group that created GPS wants it opened up so it's easier for people to compete on its individual components. Californian nonprofit The Aerospace Corporation also wants to address the weaknesses that have emerged in GPS in the decades since it was first created – things like jamming and...
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5G Is Looming, but Network Innovations Are Needed Far More Urgently

Nokia’s Bell Labs’ R&D unit published a report this week warning that the capacity of mobile and Wi-Fi networks is not growing nearly quickly enough to satisfy the rise in that demand, especially when it comes to content and video. Of course, such a conclusion, coming from an equipment vendor,...
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Understanding LXC and LXD, Canonical's Open Source Container Solution

Alongside Docker and CoreOS, LXC and LXD are open source solutions for creating containers, the virtual environments that make it easy to deploy individual applications. Containers offer a lot of advantages for data centers and clouds. Here's what you should know to understand where LXC and LXD fit...
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MIT Reveals AI Platform Which Detects 85 Percent of Cyberattacks

Could the artificial intelligence platform revolutionize the cybersecurity industry? Today's cybersecurity professionals face daunting tasks: protecting enterprise networks from threats as best they can, damage limitation when data breaches occur, cyberforensics and documenting the evolution and...
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