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Here's What Developers Really Think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud

Platform providers lack adequate support resources for developers, according to an Accenture report. Only 23% of developers strongly agree that adequate support is readily available from their platform provider.— Accenture, 2018 Amazon Web Services (AWS) was named the most developer-friendly...
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Best Linux Distros for Gaming in 2018

Gaming in Linux has evolved a lot in the past few years. Now, you have dozens of distros pre-optimized for gaming and gamers. We tested all of them and hand-picked the best. There are a few other articles and lists of this type out there, but they don’t really go into detail and they are pretty...
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Crossing a New Milestone in NFV: Open Source Verification of Commercial Products

As we kick off 2018, the OPNFV Compliance & Certification committee—the members driven body within OPNFV that defines recommendations to the Board for policies and oversight for compliance and certification—is pleased to announce the launch of the OPNFV Verified Program (OVP). The program is...
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How to Start an Open Source Program in Your Company

With 65% of companies using open source software, it's not just internet-scale companies that can benefit from formal open source programs. Many internet-scale companies, including Google, Facebook, and Twitter, have established formal open source programs (sometimes referred to as open source...
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ONS NA 2018
Check out the initial round of keynotes announced for Open Networking Summit North America 2018, happening March 26 - 29 in Los Angeles.

Vint Cerf, Andre Fuetsch, Nick McKeown to Keynote at Open Networking Summit North America 2018

Check out the initial round of keynotes announced for Open Networking Summit North America 2018. Hear from industry visionaries and leaders on the latest updates and the future of Networking beyond SDN/NFV including 5G & IoT; cloud networking (Kubernetes & Cloud Foundry); AI & ML...
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CoreOS, Red Hat and Kubernetes Competition

Red Hat announced intention to buy CoreOS might affect the rest of the container ecosystem. Container runtime development will go forward, with perhaps more emphasis on the Kubernetes container runtime interface (CRI-O) project. However, the engineers at Docker, CoreOS and Red Hat continue to make...
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CNCF to Host Vitess

Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Vitess as the 16th hosted project, alongside Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF and Rook. Vitess has been...
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Review: 6 Slick Open Source Routers

If you want to buy a router specifically to be modded, you might be best served by working backward. Start by looking at the available offerings, picking one of them based on the feature set, and selecting a suitable device from the hardware compatibility list for that offering. In this article. I’...
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Why Enterprises Are Flocking to Open Source

As the leader of an open source foundation, I have a unique perspective on the way open source technologies are catalyzing the digital transformation of enterprises around the world. More than half of the Fortune 100 is using Cloud Foundry. If you’re wondering why, there are two main reasons: one...
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Custom Embedded Linux Distributions

In the past, many embedded projects used off-the-shelf distributions and stripped them down to bare essentials for a number of reasons. First, removing unused packages reduced storage requirements. Embedded systems are typically shy of large amounts of storage at boot time, and the storage...
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