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Tech Heavyweights Create Open Source Project to Transfer Data

Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft launched a new open source project aimed at making it easier for users to transfer data between services without having to download it and upload it to another service. The use cases for this type of open source software are wide ranging. For example, an end...
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The Istio Service Mesh Hits Version 1.0

Istio, the service mesh for microservices from Google, IBM, Lyft, Red Hat and many other players in the open-source community, launched version 1.0 of its tools today. If you’re not into service meshes, that’s understandable. Few people are. But Istio is probably one of the most important new open-...
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Open Networking Summit Europe Schedule Announced! 3 Days Left to Save $805 | Register Now

Open Networking Summit, the premier open networking event in North America, comes to Europe for the first time this year, gathering enterprises, service providers, and cloud providers across the open networking ecosystem. Join 1000+ architects, developers, and thought leaders in Amsterdam,...
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Tips for Hiring Women in Tech

I fully believe that diverse teams are better teams. As a female CEO I thought it would be easier for me to find strong female candidates than other male founders, but historically, we have received 95% male applicants for all job postings which has led to a male-dominated team. ... Diversity...
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Linux Kernel 4.18 Delayed: Bug Ate My rc7, Says Linus Torvalds

Linux kernel supremo Linus Torvalds has taken the rare step of reverting a kernel release candidate – after it went sour. All looked sunny enough on Sunday evening, when he set Linux 4.18-rc7 free to roam: “Unless something odd happens, this should be the last rc for 4.18,” the chief penguinista...
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Half Year in Review – Four Leading Virtualization Products

Nowadays, virtualization is becoming the top priority need for many organizations and they take special care of it while designing their IT infrastructures. The trend of using virtualization instead of hardware storage is just not an occasional practice rather it has become important because of the...
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The Top Requirement for High-Impact Teams

Performance depends on making sure everyone knows what needs to be done. What is the top requirement for high-impact teams? When I was recently asked this question, I started making a list. You need to know why you are doing what you are doing, and everyone on the team needs to know what that is....
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Join Interactive Workshop on Cloud-Native Network Functions at Open Source Summit

ONAP and Kubernetes – two of the fastest-growing Linux Foundation projects – are coming together in the next generation of telecom architecture.   ONAP provides a comprehensive platform for real-time, policy-driven orchestration and automation of physical and virtual network functions, and ...
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How an Open-Source Education Can Help Students Gain an Edge

Open-source software development is less structured and more free flowing, relying on the ideas and (sometimes brutally honest) input from developers from different backgrounds. Like a team of students working on a group project, open-source software is created from code written by many different...
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What's in a Container Image: Meeting the Legal Challenges

Container technology has, for many years, been transforming how workloads in data centers are managed and speeding the cycle of application development and deployment. In addition, container images are increasingly used as a distribution format, with container registries a mechanism for...
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