News

Beginner's Guide: How To Install Ubuntu Linux 18.04

Two surprising things happened this year in my personal tech life. Dell's XPS 13 laptop became my daily driver, finally pulling me away from Apple's MacBook Pro. Then I ditched Windows 10 in favor of Ubuntu. Now I've gone down the Linux rabbit hole and become fascinated with the wealth of open...
Read 0 Comments

The Hidden Benefit of Giving Back to Open Source Software

Companies that contribute to open source software and use it in their own IT systems and applications can gain a competitive advantage—even though they may be helping their competitors in the short run. Open source software is software whose code can be adopted, adapted and modified by anyone. As...
Read 0 Comments

5 Tips to Improve Productivity with zsh

The Z shell known as zsh is a shell for Linux/Unix-like operating systems. It has similarities to other shells in the sh (Bourne shell) family, such as as bash and ksh, but it provides many advanced features and powerful command line editing options, such as enhanced Tab completion. It would be...
Read 0 Comments

Find Out How to Leverage AI, Blockchain, Kubernetes & Cloud Native Technologies at Open FinTech Forum, NYC, Oct. 10 & 11

Join Open FinTech Forum: AI, Blockchain & Kubernetes on Wall Street next month to learn: How to build internal open source programs How to leverage cutting-edge open source technologies to drive efficiencies and flexibility Blockchain Track: Hear about the latest distributed ledger deployments...
Read 0 Comments

torvalds-hohndel.jpg

Linus Torvalds
At Open Source Summit, Linux creator Linus Torvalds sat down with VMware's Dirk Hohndel to discuss hardware, code complexity, kernel maintenance, and more.

Open Source Summit: Innovation, Allies, and Open Development

August was an exciting month for Linux and open source, with the release of Linux kernel 4.18, a new ebook offering practical advice for enterprise open source, and the formation of the Academy Software Foundation. And, to cap it off, we ended the month with a successful Open Source Summit event...
Read 0 Comments

Understanding the Difference Between CI and CD

There is a lot of information out there regarding Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Multiple blog posts attempt to explain in technical terms what these methodologies do and how they can help your organization. Unfortunately, in several cases, both methodologies are usually...
Read 0 Comments

MySQL High Availability at GitHub

GitHub uses MySQL as its main datastore for all things non-git, and its availability is critical to GitHub’s operation. The site itself, GitHub’s API, authentication and more, all require database access. We run multiple MySQL clusters serving our different services and tasks. Our clusters use...
Read 0 Comments

Helm, The Package Manager for Kubernetes

A few weeks ago, the CNCF family was extended with a new project – Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes. Kubernetes was developed as a solution to manage and orchestrate containerized workloads. At the same time, managing the pure containers is not always enough. At the final end, Kubernetes is...
Read 0 Comments

twin-lakes-669338_1920.jpg

Linux weather forecast
Linux "chief meteorologist" Jonathan Corbet shares the current conditions for Linux kernel development.

Linux Weather Forecast

Welcome to the Linux Weather Forecast This page is an attempt to track ongoing developments in the Linux development community that have a good chance of appearing in a mainline kernel and/or major distributions sometime in the near future. Your "chief meteorologist" is Jonathan Corbet, Executive...
Read 0 Comments

Thoughts on the New State of DevOps Report

This week, the latest State of DevOps report by the team at DORA was released. There is a lot of conversations in various social media platforms on what makes an engineering team ‘successful’ and how to increase feature velocity in tech companies and the DORA report does not just rely on anecdotes...
Read 0 Comments

Pages

Click Here!