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First Preview Release Of Fedora CoreOS

First Preview Release Of Fedora CoreOS Fedora community has announced the preview release of Fedora CoreOS. The initial preview release of Fedora CoreOS runs on bare metal, QEMU, VMware, and AWS, on x86_64 only. It supports provisioning via Ignition spec 3.0.0 and the Fedora CoreOS Config...
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VMware To Acquire AI, ML Accelerator Bitfusion

VMware is acquiring Austin, Texas-based Bitfusion in a move to boost its ability to support artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) workloads in its core vSphere virtualization platform. Bitfusion last year joined VMware’s Technology Alliance Partner program. It later linked its...
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SAP Contributes UI5 Web Component to Open Source community

SAP has deepened its commitment to the developer and open source community with the contribution of UI5 Web Components, a comprehensive library for Web developers. The new UI5 Web Components from SAP allow developers to take advantage of the features offered by OpenUI5 while using other frameworks...
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GitLab Survey Reveals Disconnect Between Developer And Security Teams

In a survey conducted by GitLab, software professionals recognize the need for security to be baked into the development lifecycle, but the survey showed long-standing friction between security and development teams remain. While 69% of developers say they’re expected to write secure code, nearly...
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Linux Foundation Energy member TenneT “open sources” their open source strategy

This post was written by Loek Bakker, Corporate Information Management Office Head at TenneT TenneT is the first European cross-border electricity transmission system operator (TSO), with activities in the Netherlands and in Germany, providing uninterrupted electricity to over 41 million people....
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New EvilGnome Backdoor Spies on Linux Users, Steals Their Files

A new Linux malware masquerading as a Gnome shell extension and designed to spy on unsuspecting Linux desktop users was discovered by Intezer Labs' researchers in early July. "EvilGnome’s functionalities include desktop screenshots, file stealing, allowing capturing audio recording from the user’s...
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IBM announces three new open source projects

IBM has announced three new open source projects for developers to help them build cloud-native apps faster for Kubernetes. All three projects — Kabanero, Appsody, and Codewind — are hosted on GitHub. Kabanero brings together open source projects Knative, Istio, and Tekton, with new open projects...
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Pivotal brings ‘cf push’ experience to Kubernetes

Pivotal has introduced the alpha version of PAS on Kubernetes, as well as new products based on PAS features that improve the developer and operator experience when using Kubernetes. The alpha version of PAS on Kubernetes brings the popular “cf push” experience to Kubernetes, making it easier for...
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Microsoft Open Sources software to guard U.S. voting machines

Microsoft is rolling out an open-source software product called ElectionGuard, which it said uses encryption to "enable a new era of secure, verifiable voting." The company is working with election machine vendors and local governments to deploy the system in a pilot program for the 2020 election....
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Fujitsu and GE Research join LF Edge

Fujitsu and GE Research have joined LF Edge as Premier members. Fujitsu and GE Research join a growing roster of 70+ current members, which includes existing Premier members Aricent, Arm, AT&T, Baidu, Dell EMC, Dianomic Inc., Ericsson, HP Inc., HPE, Huawei, IBM, Intel, inwinStack, Juniper...
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