News Category: Networking

The Decentralized Internet Is Here, With Some Glitches

Proponents as varied as privacy activists and marquee venture capitalists talk about the decentralized internet as a kind of digital Garden of Eden that can restore the freedom and good will of the internet's early days. The argument goes that big tech companies have locked up our data and minds...
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The Linux Foundation has announced the Akraino Edge Stack project to support high-availability cloud services optimized for edge computing systems and applications.

This Week in Open Source: Containers Could Bring Linux Apps to Chrome, New Network Edge Project Via Linux Foundation

This week in open source news, a new project from The Linux Foundation has been announced to create an open source software stack for network edge & much more! Read on for the top Linux and open source news of the week: This move "could make Chrome OS a more powerful tool for developers and...
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​Memcached DDoS: The Biggest, Baddest Denial of Service Attacker Yet

We've been seeing a rise of ever bigger Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks for years now. But, now a new attack method, Memcrashed, can blast your site with over a terabyte of traffic. Good luck standing up to that volume of abuse! Memcrashed works by exploiting the memcached program. ...
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In this tutorial, we show how to manually configure LAN routers.

Linux LAN Routing for Beginners: Part 2

Last week we reviewed IPv4 addressing and using the network admin's indispensible ipcalc tool: Now we're going to make some nice LAN routers. VirtualBox and KVM are wonderful for testing routing, and the examples in this article are all performed in KVM. If you prefer to use physical hardware, then...
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EdgeX Foundry Continues Momentum with ‘California Code’ Preview

Only 3 months away from our first release, the EdgeX community has made available what we are calling the “California Preview.”  This preview is a collection of five key microservices written in Go that are drop in replacements for our Java microservices.  The work on the California release (not...
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It's HTTPS or Bust: How to Secure Your Website

Come July 2018, with the release of Chrome 68, any site not protected with Secure-Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) will be marked with the red-triangle of an insecure site. Unless you secure your site, you can kiss your web traffic goodbye. To secure your website, you must install an...
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Let's Encrypt Hits 50 Million Active Certificates and Counting

In yet another milestone on the path to encrypting the web, Let’s Encrypt has now issued over 50 million active certificates. Depending on your definition of “website,” this suggests that Let’s Encrypt is protecting between about 23 million and 66 million websites with HTTPS (more on that below)....
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Carla Schroder offers an overview of hardware and operating systems, plus IPv4 addressing basics, in this tutorial.

Linux LAN Routing for Beginners: Part 1

Once upon a time we learned about IPv6 routing. Now we're going to dig into the basics of IPv4 routing with Linux. We'll start with an overview of hardware and operating systems, and IPv4 addressing basics, and next week we'll setup and test routing. LAN Router Hardware Linux is a real networking...
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ONS 2018, taking place March 26-29, 2018 in Los Angeles, is the premier open source networking event; learn more.

ONS 2018: Networking Reimagined

For the past seven years, Open Networking Summit (ONS) has brought together the networking industry’s ecosystem of network operators, vendors, open source projects, leading researchers, and investors to discuss the latest SDN and NFV developments that will shape the future of the networking...
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AT&T Sharpens Edge With New Open Source Effort, Test Lab Launch

AT&T is continuing its aggressive edge computing push, today announcing that its first test zone for edge applications is up and running at its AT&T Foundry in Palo Alto, Calif., and that it is creating a new open source project focused on automated, distributed cloud infrastructure for...
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