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8 Tips to Help Non-Techies Move to Linux

While bringing them to the Linux side of the computing world, I learned a few things about helping non-techies move to Linux. If someone asks you to help them make the jump to Linux, these eight tips can help you. 1. Be honest about Linux. Linux is great. It's not perfect, though. It can be...
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A Tour of elementary OS, Perhaps the Linux World’s Best Hope for the Mainstream

elementary OS began life over a decade ago as a set of icons. (Yes, seriously.) If ever there was a group of developers who started at the bottom and worked their way up to the top, it's Daniel Foré and the rest of today's elementary OS team. From a set of icons designed to improve the look of...
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The Linux Kernel Ends 2018 With Almost 75k Commits This Year

As of this New Year's Eve afternoon, the Linux kernel saw 74,974 commits this year that added 3,385,121 lines of code and removed 2,512,040 lines. For as impressive as seeing almost 75k commits in a single year to an open-source project, it's not actually a record high. Last year in fact saw 80,725...
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Nokia Presents OPNFV Gambia Plugfest and ONAP Dublin Developer Forum

The new year will see more than 200 engineers from all over the world gather at our Paris-Saclay site for a Nokia hosted open source event – the jointly held OPNFV Gambia release Plugfest and ONAP Dublin release Developer Forum. As a founder and active participant in both projects, Nokia is...
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Hybrid DevOps

DevOps is a framework that allows development, quality assurance, and operations to meet the needs of the business to align with customer demand.  It contains capabilities related to: Integrating development and operations teams to facilitate communication, collaboration, and integration to manage...
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How to Craft a One-Sentence Description of Your Organization's Purpose

Because purpose plays such an important role in open organizations, I want to share what I've learned about how organizations can clarify a purpose, who they serve, how they serve their core customer and what they celebrate externally. Say it in four sentences Bloom's most significant point is that...
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DPDK — One API to Rule Them All?

The Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) Summit 2018 was held at the Club Auto Sport in San Jose, California, last week, a unique and appropriate location given that DPDK is the engine that powers many NFV platforms today, including auto-focused platforms. As presenters shared the latest research and...
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ONAP
Amar Kapadia explores some common misconceptions around ONAP.

ONAP Myths Debunked

The Linux Foundation’s Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) is well into its third 6-month release (Casablanca came out in Dec ’18), and while the project has evolved since its first release, there is still some confusion about what it is and how it’s architected. This blogs takes a closer look...
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KubeCon
Check out the session videos now online from this week's KubeCon + CloudNativeCon.

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Videos Now Online

This week's KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 in Seattle was the biggest ever! This sold-out event featured four days of information on Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, and rkt, along with many other exciting projects and topics. More than 100...
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Seven Remarkable Takeaways From Massive Kubernetes Conference

The 8,000 attendees attending the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s(CNCF) KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Kubernetes conference this week in Seattle demonstrated the exponential growth in interest in this complex, technical combination of open source technologies. I attend many technology conferences,...
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