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Red Hat Reaches the Summit – A New Top Scientific Supercomputer

Red Hat just announced its role in bringing a top scientific supercomputer into service in the U.S. Named “Summit” and housed at the Department of Energy’s OAK Ridge National Labs, this system with its 4,608 IBM compute servers is running — you guessed it — Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The Summit...
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Facebook Releases Sonar Debugging Tool to the Open Source Community

Sonar was developed for and by Facebook engineers to help them manage the social network, including the implementation of new features, bug hunting, and performance optimization. Now, Sonar is being released to the open source community in the hopes of giving programmers a tool for the acceleration...
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The LF Deep Learning Foundation is now accepting proposals for the contribution of projects.

LF Deep Learning Foundation Announces Project Contribution Process

The LF Deep Learning Foundation, a community umbrella project of The Linux Foundation with the mission of supporting artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning open source projects, is working to build a self-sustaining ecosystem of projects.  Having a clear roadmap for how to...
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8 Roles on a Cross-Functional DevOps Team

If you’re just getting started with a squad model, you may not be sure what roles you’ll need for your team to function smoothly. Our squad model in the IBM Digital Business Group is based on the Spotify Squad framework. At a high level, a squad is a small, cross-functional team that has autonomy...
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Why You Need Centralized Logging and Event Log Management

More companies are using their security logs to detect malicious incidents. Many of them are collecting too much log data—often billions of events. They brag about the size of their log storage drive arrays. Are they measured in terabytes or petabytes? A mountain of data doesn’t give them as much...
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This Week in Numbers: Managing JavaScript Packages with NPM and Yarn

This week we analyze more data from the Node.js Foundation‘s user survey. Almost three-quarters (73 percent) of survey respondents said they use a package manager. NPM was used by 60 percent and Yarn cited by 13 percent. Since Yarn sits on top of NPM, in reality these respondents are referring to...
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Helm vs Kapitan vs Kustomize

TLDR; Kapitan (and presumably Ksonnet) is the more flexible and customizable (json and jsonnet) Kustomize if the more straightforward, just released so we’ll need a bit more documentation on built-in functions (yaml only) Helm combines a package approach and releases management that is powerful,...
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What Is Digital Twin Technology? [And Why It Matters]

Digital twins are virtual replicas of physical devices that data scientists and IT pros can use to run simulations before actual devices are built and deployed. They are also changing how technologies such as IoT, AI and analytics are optimized. Digital twin technology has moved beyond...
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The US Again Has World's Most Powerful Supercomputer

PLENTY OF PEOPLE around the world got new gadgets Friday, but one in Eastern Tennessee stands out. Summit, a new supercomputer unveiled at Oak Ridge National Lab is, unofficially for now, the most powerful calculating machine on the planet. It was designed in part to scale up the artificial...
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Comparing Files and Directories with the diff and comm Linux Commands

There are a number of ways to compare files and directories on Linux systems. The diff, colordiff, and wdiff commands are just a sampling of commands that you're likely to run into. Another is comm. The command (think "common") lets you compare files in side-by-side columns the contents of...
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