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OpenStack for Research Computing

In this video from Switzerland HPC Conference, Stig Telfer from StackHPC presents: OpenStack for Research Computing. OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives...
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On Multi-Cloud Tradeoffs and the Paradox of Openness

In any technology adoption decision organisations are faced with a balancing act between openness and convenience. Open standards and open source, while in theory driving commoditization and lower cost, also create associated management overheads. Choice comes at a cost. Managing heterogeneous...
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Linux Foundation Launches EdgeX Foundry for IoT Edge Interoperability

There is a new internet of things (IoT) project launching at the Linux Foundation today—EdgeX Foundry. Dell is contributing its Fuse IoT code base as the initial code for EdgeX Foundry, providing an open framework for IoT interoperability. "We lack a common framework for building edge IoT solutions...
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LC3 China
Check out the full schedule for LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China 2017 (LC3) -- to be held June 19-20 in Beijing.

LC3 2017 Features Open Source Experts in SDN, Cloud, DevOps, and More

Developers, architects, sysadmins, DevOps experts, business leaders, and other professionals will gather in China June 19-20 to discuss the latest open source technology and trends at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China 2017 (LC3). This event -- held for the first time in Beijing, China --...
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Kubernetes
Learn how Kubernetes keeps state with etcd and how normal Linux networking ties everything together in this Kubernetes course preview.

Keeping State and Networking in Kubernetes

In our previous installments of this series (see below), we learned a lot of neat things about Kubernetes. We learned that it is descended from the secret Google Borg project, its architecture, and why it is a good choice for your datacenter. Now we'll learn how Kubernetes keeps state with etcd,...
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The Cloud Foundry Approach to Container Storage and Security

Recently, The New Stack published an article titled “Containers and Storage: Why We Aren’t There Yet” covering a talk from IBM’s James Bottomley at the Linux Foundation’s Vault conference in March. Both the talk and article focused on one of the central problems we’ve been working to address in the...
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Google’s New Chip Is a Stepping Stone to Quantum Computing Supremacy

John Martinis has given himself just a few months to reach a milestone in the history of computing. He’s leader of the Google research group working on building astonishingly powerful computer chips that manipulate data using the quirks of quantum physics. By the end of this year, Martinis says,...
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The Story of Getting SSH Port 22

The SSH (Secure Shell) port is 22. It is not a co-incidence. This is a story I (Tatu Ylonen) haven't told before. I wrote the initial version of SSH in Spring 1995. It was a time when telnet and FTP were widely used. Anyway, I designed SSH to replace both telnet (port 23) and ftp (port 21). Port 22...
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Protect Your Management Interfaces

When it comes to architecture design, one area that is often not given due consideration is the protection of the management interfaces used by administrators or operators to configure their infrastructure. These are the interfaces used to perform privileged actions on systems, and as such they're...
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An Aerospace Engineer Drags a Stodgy Industry Toward Open Source

MORE THAN A decade ago, software engineer Ryan Melton spent his evenings, after workdays at Ball Aerospace, trying to learn to use a 3-D modeling program. After a few weeks, for all his effort, he could make … rectangles that moved. Still, it was a good start. Melton showed his spinning digital...
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