This week in Linux news, Software Defined Networking takes the sportlight at the Open Networking Summit, The White House will require agencies using third-party vendors to share their code, and more! Get up to speed on the latest news in Linux/open source with this weekly digest.
1) As adoption of software defined networking (SDN) increases, open source reigns supreme at ONS.
2) U.S. Source Code Policy dictates that agencies contracting with third-party vendors to create new software are now required to secure unlimited rights to the underlying custom code.
3) Microsoft is targeting Oracle customers with their new decision to port the SQL Server to Linux, Sam Varghese posits.
Why Microsoft is Porting SQL Server to Linux– ITWire Magazine
4) The new free ‘Intro to Cloud Infrastructure Technologies’ course is the second course partnership between The Linux Foundation & edX.