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Linux Training Scholarship Winners Represent New Generation of Talent

A new generation of Linux talent is emerging, and it’s inspiring to witness. We see hundreds of new faces in our Linux training courses each year and newcomers participating in sessions at Linux events like LinuxCon and CloudOpen in both North America and Europe.

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Managing the Transition to High-Availability Linux for Mission-Critical Workloads

High-availability (HA) Linux is increasingly being used to help companies meet market demands for fast-paced R&D and shorter product cycles. In this Q&A Linux Foundation instructor Florian Haas explains why a HA Linux stack is worthwhile and what you’ll learn in the Linux Foundation’s new High Availability Linux Architecture corporate training.

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Opening Up To 3D Mapping: Collaborative, Crowdsourced Approach to Map Data Gaining Speed

Just as IBM realized that the real value it offers is in integrated business applications, not the operating system stack, carmakers and suppliers will realize road map data is merely a foundation for value-added services, offering no real differentiating value to their customers.  

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Live From LinuxCon: The CloudCast Podcasts on OpenStack Neutron, Canonical, PaaS Deployment, Puppet and Leaving VMWare

On the last day of LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America the “all things cloud computing” podcast, The CloudCast, was busy recording back-to-back episodes on topics including OpenStack Neutron, Canonical Cloud and Juju, PaaS adoption barriers, Puppet, and the journey from VMWare to OpenStack.

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Kernel Developers, Linus Torvalds Emphasize Diversity for Innovation

Linus Torvalds and the Linux kernel maintainers on stage today at LinuxCon and CloudOpen covered a range of topics, from personal hobbies to advice for getting patches upstream. But one consistent theme emerged in the discussion: Growing the size and diversity of the Linux kernel developer community -- on the kernel side as well as in user space -- will help push continued innovation even as technology changes.

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