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Hollywood Gets its Own Open Source Foundation

Open source is everywhere now, so maybe it’s no surprise that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (yes, the organization behind the Oscars) today announced that it has partnered with the Linux Foundation to launch the Academy Software Foundation, a new open source foundation for...
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DevSecOps: Security Automation in Enterprise DevOps

Another day, another portmanteau. DevSecOps — an expensive target on AdWords — tries to fit security into the DevOps process. It’s kind of silly because of course companies should be factoring security into their development, particularly when much of DevOps is about enterprises releasing...
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Linux Kernel Network TCP Bug Fixed

The denial of service bug had actually been patched in the Linux kernel weeks before news of it was ever announced. Another day, another bit of security hysteria. This time around the usually reliable Carnegie Mellon University's CERT/CC, claimed the Linux kernel's TCP network stack could be "...
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Keynote Sneak Peek for Hyperledger Global Forum – See Who’s Speaking

Check Out the Initial Lineup of Blockchain Leaders Speaking at Hyperledger Global Forum. Attend Hyperledger Global Forum to see real uses of distributed ledger technologies for business and to learn how these innovative technologies run live in production networks across the globe today....
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Free 45-page ebook from The Linux Foundation provides a practical approach to establishing an open source strategy based on more than two decades of experience.

Get Practical Advice for Enterprise Open Source in Free Ebook from The Linux Foundation

When it comes to running and managing open source in the enterprise, experience-driven advice counts for a lot. It is very likely that your organization already runs open source, but many organizations make the mistake of reacting to the open source ecosystem instead of adopting a proactive...
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Linux Deep Learning Expands: Answer Is Still 42

The Linux Foundation Deep Learning Foundation (LF DLF) has announced five new members: Ciena, DiDi, Intel, Orange and Red Hat. As an umbrella organization of The Linux Foundation itself, the LF DLF supports and sustains open source innovation in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML)...
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Tech Industry is Leaving Behind Women of Color, Report Shows

A new study from the Kapor Center, Pivotal Ventures and Arizona State University's Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology found that women of color make up 80 percent of all new women-led small businesses in the US. In tech, however, that figure plummets to 4 percent. This is just one...
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WPA3: How and Why the Wi-Fi Standard Matters

Wi-Fi Protected Access II, or WPA2, is the standard behind wireless security networking. It protects users everywhere, from coffee shops to college campuses to corporate headquarters. WPA2 may be the most widespread security standard in the world that ordinary people encounter. With all that’s gone...
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Graduation Day for Prometheus, the Open-Source Container Monitoring System

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation today officially graduated Prometheus from incubation, opening a new chapter in the popular open-source project’s evolution. Prometheus is one of the most widely used systems for monitoring software container deployments. As such, the project has taken on an...
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Guy Martin, Director, Open@Autodesk, explains how Autodesk consumes and contributes to open source.

Guy Martin: Open Source Strategy at Autodesk

Companies today can’t get away with not using open source, says Guy Martin, Director, Open@Autodesk, who recently sat down with us for a deep dive into Autodesk’s engagement with and contributions to the open source community. “Like any company… we consume a lot of open source,” said Martin, “I was...
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