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Google Releases Open Source 'GIF for CLI' Terminal Tool on GitHub

It's GIF's 31st anniversary -- exciting, right? Those animated images have truly changed the world. All kidding aside, it is pretty amazing that the file format came to be way back in 1987! To celebrate tomorrow's milestone, Google releases a new open source tool today. Called "GIF for CLI," it can...
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Five Supercomputers That Aren't Supercomputers

A supercomputer, of course, isn't really a "computer." It's not one giant processor sitting atop an even larger motherboard. Instead, it's a network of thousands of computers tied together to form a single whole, dedicated to a singular set of tasks. They tend to be really fast, but according to...
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Router Vulnerability and the VPNFilter Botnet

On May 25, the FBI asked us all to reboot our routers. The story behind this request is one of sophisticated malware and unsophisticated home-network security, and it’s a harbinger of the sorts of pervasive threats — from nation-states, criminals and hackers — that we should expect in coming years...
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Intel Chip Flaw: Math Unit May Spill Crypto Secrets to Apps – Modern Linux, Windows, BSDs Immune

A security flaw within Intel Core and Xeon processors can be potentially exploited to swipe sensitive data from the chips' math processing units. Malware or malicious logged-in users can attempt to leverage this design blunder to steal the inputs and results of computations performed in private by...
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Check out the full schedule for Open Source Summit North America (OSSNA) coming up August 29-31 in Vancouver, BC.

The Schedule for Open Source Summit North America Is Now Live

Join us August 29-31, in Vancouver, BC, for 250+ sessions covering a wide array of topics including Linux Systems, Cloud Native Applications, Blockchain, AI, Networking, Cloud Infrastructure, Open Source Leadership, Program Office Management and more. Arrive early for new bonus content on August 28...
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Why Open Source Needs Marketing (Even Though Developers Hate It)

Open source is community and collaboration driven. Instead of one dedicated product development team, there are thousands of developers from all over the world who contribute and develop the open-source project. For traditional marketers entering the open-source space, it takes a bit of a mindset...
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Docker Enterprise Edition Offers Multicloud App Management

Docker has expanded its commercial container platform software, Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) to manage containerized applications across multiple cloud services. The idea with this release is to better help enterprise customers manage their applications across the entire development and...
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Pushing AI Performance Benchmarks to the Edge

As I discussed recently, the AI industry is developing benchmarking suites that will help practitioners determine the target environment in which their machine learning, deep learning or other statistical models might perform best. Increasingly, these frameworks are turning their focus to...
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Corgi, the CLI Workflow Manager: Cute *And* Useful

Cuteness overload! Corgi, the CLI workflow manager is here to make your life easier by providing a list of features for creating and managing reusable snippets. Corgi is a command-line tool that helps with your repetitive command usages by organizing them into reusable snippet. It was inspired by ...
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EKS vs. ECS: Orchestrating Containers on AWS

AWS announced Kubernetes-as-a-Service at re:Invent in November 2017: Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS). Now, EKS is generally available. I discussed ECS vs. Kubernetes before EKS was a thing. Therefore, I'd like to take a second attempt and compare EKS with ECS. Before comparing the...
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