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Who Is Running My Kubernetes Pod? The Past, Present, and Future of Container Runtimes

In the Linux operating system world, container technology has existed for quite some time, reaching back over a decade to the initial ideas around separate namespaces for file systems and processes. At some point in the more recent past, LXC was born and became the common way for users on Linux to...
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How LF Energy Plans to Open Source Energy

We're running out of time to tackle climate change. Could an open source, distributed approach build the necessary momentum? Executive director of LF Energy tells Techworld about the new initiative which already has some enterprises on board. The prospects from the UN's most recent climate report ...
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Introducing ODPi Egeria – The Industry’s First Open Metadata Standard

Organizations looking to better locate, understand, manage and gain value from their data have a new industry standard to leverage. ODPi, a nonprofit Linux Foundation organization focused upon accelerating the open ecosystem of big data solutions, recently announced ODPi Egeria, a new project that...
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The Linux Foundation has launched the GraphQL Foundation to build a vendor-neutral community around the query language for APIs.

GraphQL Gets Its Own Foundation

Addressing the rapidly growing user base around GraphQL, The Linux Foundation has launched the GraphQL Foundation to build a vendor-neutral community around the query language for APIs (application programming interfaces). “Through the formation of the GraphQL Foundation, I hope to see GraphQL...
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DevOps and Cloud: A Symbiotic Relationship

DevOps and cloud computing have become two of the ways companies can achieve this needed transformation, though the relationship between the two is not easily reconciled—DevOps is about the process and process improvement, while  cloud computing is about technology and services. It’s important to...
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GNU Linux-Libre 4.19 Kernel Is Now Available for Those Seeking 100% Freedom

With Linux kernel 4.19 hitting the streets, a new version of the GNU Linux-libre kernel is now available, version 4.19, based on the upstream kernel but without any proprietary drivers. Based on the recently released Linux 4.19 kernel series, the GNU Linux-libre 4.17-gnu kernel borrows all the new...
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HPC Advances with Perlmutter and Sierra Supercomputers

There is a lot of activity and investment in the U.S supercomputer space now. After years of falling behind China for supercomputer superiority, the U.S is now storming back. On Oct. 26, the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Lawrence Livermore National...
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Tim Berners-Lee Introduces "Solid" Decentralized Identity Platform

​Solid is a new decentralized identity platform from WWW Creator Tim Berners-Lee which provides a mechanism for users to own and better control the usage of their data. With several large companies trusted with large amounts of user data, and with several high profile data breaches and misuses of...
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Connect Everything: A Look at How NATS.io can Lead to a Securely Connected World

Developing and deploying applications that communicate in distributed systems, especially in cloud computing, is complex. Messaging has evolved to address the general needs of distributed applications but hasn’t gone far enough. We need a messaging system that takes the next steps to address cloud...
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New Intel CPU Flaw Exploits Hyper-Threading to Steal Encrypted Data

A team of security researchers has discovered another serious side-channel vulnerability in Intel CPUs that could allow an attacker to sniff out sensitive protected data, like passwords and cryptographic keys, from other processes running in the same CPU core with simultaneous multi-threading...
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