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Project EVE
Project EVE, which is part of the newly formed LF Edge, provides a cloud-native based virtualization engine for developing and deploying containers for industrial edge computers.

Project EVE Promotes Cloud-Native Approach to Edge Computing

The LF Edge umbrella organization for open source edge computing that was announced by The Linux Foundation last week includes two new projects: Samsung Home Edge and Project EVE. We don’t know much about Samsung’s project for home automation, but we found out more about Project EVE, which is based...
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LF Edge
LF Edge is designed to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system.

LF Edge: Bringing Complementary Initiatives Together to Advance Emerging Applications at the Edge

Earlier today, we announced the launch of LF Edge, a new umbrella organization designed to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system. The goal is to foster a unified, open framework that brings complementary projects...
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DHS Issues Security Alert About Recent DNS Hijacking Attacks

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has published today an "emergency directive" that contains guidance in regards to a recent report detailing a wave of DNS hijacking incidents perpetrated out of Iran. The emergency directive [1, 2] orders government agencies to audit DNS records for...
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4 Open-Source Network Management Tools Improve Usability, Performance

Network management tools have come a long way from the early command-line products with arcane, text-based configuration files that kept everyone except the resident (typically Linux) guru in the dark. Today’s management tools, replete with desktop or web-based GUIs, easy installs and configuration...
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Learn how to use the ss command to gain information about your Linux machine and see what's going on with network connections.

An Introduction to the ss Command

Learn how to get network information using the ss command in this tutorial from the archives. Linux includes a fairly massive array of tools available to meet almost every need. From development to security to productivity to administration…if you have to get it done, Linux is there to serve. One...
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DevOps Demands NetOps

Building applications that run on your own servers and networks used to mean some very firm demarcations between what was considered a developer task and what was left up to the network team. The move to cloud platforms and cloud abstractions (even on your own hardware) has changed where those...
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Faucet: An Open Source SDN Controller for High-Speed Production Networks

Open standards such as OpenFlow and P4 promised to improve the landscape by opening access to these devices via a programmable API, but they still require someone to write a controller to re-implement normal switch functionality, such as forwarding and routing, in a multi-vendor, standards-...
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How to Use Netcat to Quickly Transfer Files Between Linux Computers

There’s no shortage of software solutions that can help you transfer files between computers. However, if you do this very rarely, the typical solutions such as NFS and SFTP (through OpenSSH) might be overkill. Furthermore, these services are permanently open to receiving and handling incoming...
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Learn about the principles required to achieve a successful industry pivot to open source.

Industry-Scale Collaboration at The Linux Foundation

Linux and open source have changed the computer industry (among many others) forever.  Today, there are tens of millions of open source projects. A valid question is “Why?” How can it possibly make sense to hire developers that work on code that is given away for free to anyone who cares to take it...
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DNS (Domain Name Service): A Detailed, High-level Overview

How’s that for a confuding title?  In a recent email discussion, a colleague compared the Decentralized Identifier framework to DNS …suggesting they were similar.  I cautiously tended to agree but felt I had an overly simplistic understanding of DNS at a protocol level.  That email discussion led...
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