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See schedule highlights for Automotive Linux Summit and Open Source Summit Japan in Tokyo, June 20-22.

Automotive Linux Summit & OS Summit Japan Schedule Announced

Attend Automotive Linux Summit and Open Source Summit Japan in Tokyo, June 20 – 22, for three days of open source education and collaboration. Automotive Linux Summit connects those driving innovation in automotive Linux from the developer community, with the vendors and users providing and using...
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OpenTracing: Distributed Tracing’s Emerging Industry Standard

What was traditionally known as just Monitoring has clearly been going through a renaissance over the last few years. The industry as a whole is finally moving away from having Monitoring and Logging silos – something we’ve been doing and “preaching” for years – and the term Observability emerged...
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How to Upgrade to Ubuntu Linux 18.04

Soon, Ubuntu 18.04, aka the Bionic Beaver, and Canonical's next long-term support version of its popular Linux distribution will be out. That means it's about time to consider how to upgrade to the latest and greatest Ubuntu Linux. First, keep in mind that this Ubuntu will not look or feel like the...
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Building A Custom Brigade Gateway in 5 Minutes

Brigade gateways trigger new events in the Brigade system. While the included GitHub and container registry hooks are useful, the Brigade system is designed to make it easy for you to build your own. In this post, I show the quickest way to create a Brigade gateway using Node.js. How quick? We...
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An Introduction to the GNU Core Utilities

Two sets of utilities—the GNU Core Utilities and util-linux—comprise many of the Linux system administrator's most basic and regularly used tools. Their basic functions allow sysadmins to perform many of the tasks required to administer a Linux computer, including management and manipulation of...
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Manipulating Binary Data with Bash

Bash is known for admin utilities and text manipulation tools, but the venerable command shell included with most Linux systems also has some powerful commands for manipulating binary data. One of the most versatile scripting environments available on Linux is the Bash shell. The core...
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NOAA is working to make all of its data available to an even wider group of people. (Image: NOAA).

NOAA’s Mission Toward Open Data Sharing

The goal of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is to put all of its data — data about weather, climate, ocean coasts, fisheries, and ecosystems – into the hands of the people who need it most. The trick is translating the hard data and making it useful to people who aren’t...
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Heptio Launches New Open Source Load-Balancing Project with Kubernetes in Mind

Heptio added a new load balancer to its stable of open-source projects Monday, targeting Kubernetes users who are managing multiple clusters of the container-orchestration tool alongside older infrastructure. Gimbal, developed in conjunction with Heptio customer Actapio, was designed to route...
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Why Is the Kernel Community Replacing iptables with BPF?

Author Note: this is a post by long-time Linux kernel networking developer and creator of the Cilium project, Thomas Graf The Linux kernel community recently announced bpfilter, which will replace the long-standing in-kernel implementation of iptables with high-performance network filtering powered...
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​What's the Most Popular Linux of Them All?

Let's cut to the chase. Android is the most popular of all Linux distributions. Period. End of statement. But that's not the entire story. But, setting Android aside, what's the most popular Linux? It's impossible to work that out. The website-based analysis tools, such as those used by StatCounter...
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