OS Summit NA
Speak at Open Source Summit North America, August 29-31 in Vancouver BC. Proposals due by April 29th.

Submit a Proposal to Speak at Open Source Summit NA by April 29

Share your knowledge and expertise by speaking at Open Source Summit North America, August 29-31 in Vancouver BC. Proposals are being accepted through April 29th. As the leading technical conference for professional open source, Open Source Summit gathers developers, sysadmins, DevOps professionals...
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The Kernel Self-Protection Project Aims to Make Linux More Secure

The complexity of the Linux kernel means that it is likely to carry legacy ballast and bugs for an indefinite period of time. At the end of 2010 [4], Jonathan Corbet checked how long the safety-relevant bugs eliminated in that year had existed until discovered: 22 of the 80 loopholes examined had...
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LF Networking, OCP Collaborate on Creating Open Source SDN, NFV Software Stacks

On the eve of next week’s ONS North America event, The Linux Foundation and the Open Compute Project (OCP) launched a collaborative effort to drive the development of open source networking based on software and hardware solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, the two organizations will create...
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Why Kubernetes Operators Are a Game Changer

Kubernetes StatefulSets gives you a set of resources to deal with stateful containers, such as: volumes, stable network ids, ordinal indexes from 0 to N, etc. Volumes are one of the key features which allow us to run stateful applications on top of Kubernetes, let’s see the two main types currently...
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From Measurement to Insight: Put DevOps Metrics to Work

When you can measure the results of your DevOps program, that's where the magic happens. I recently sat down with Dr. Nicole Forsgren, CEO and Chief Scientist at DORA and co-author of the book “Accelerate.” Together we discussed the importance of DevOps and Agile, metrics that matter to the...
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The key to open source compliance is knowing what’s in your code, right down to the exact versions of the components, says Ibrahim Haddad.

Good Compliance Practices Are Good Engineering Practices

Ibrahim Haddad: It is true that open source software has to a large extent simplified the process of software procurement. The traditional procurement model for proprietary software has always been heavy on the front end, as it involves trial and evaluation, negotiation related to possible...
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Alphabet's Outline Software Lets Anyone Run a Homebrew VPN

A VIRTUAL PRIVATE network, that core privacy tool that encrypts your internet traffic and bounces it through a faraway server, has always presented a paradox: Sure, it helps you hide from some forms of surveillance, like your internet service provider's snooping and eavesdroppers on your local...
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Kubernetes: The “Distributed” Linux of the Cloud

Kubernetes is the first CNCF project to graduate — this means it is “mature and resilient enough to manage containers at scale across any industry in companies of all sizes.” We talked with Chris Aniszczyk, COO of CNCF about Kubernetes’ popularity, what’s next for this technology and what other...
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Enhanced FTP

LFTP is an alternative to the FTP command set, which supports many protocols and offers countless parameters. Although pretty much outdated, the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) still plays a significant role. For 20 years, LFTP has offered a greatly expanded command set for the command line that...
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Google Skaffold Automates Kubernetes Orchestration

Google is throwing an automation tool to developers looking to use Kubernetes to orchestrate enterprise applications. That assistance is coming from a command line tool dubbed Skaffold that can help continuous development for Kubernetes applications. Vic Iglesias, a solutions architect at Google,...
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