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Microsoft Has The Most Open Source Contributors on GitHub

GitHub has published The state of the Octoverse 2016, a very interesting report that offers an insight into how its 14 million users leveraged the hugely popular repository this year. Among them is a list of organizations with the most open source contributors, most popular coding languages, most...
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Why are Containers so Disruptive to the Data Centre?

Enterprise architecture is usually a mixture of technologies, platforms, stacks, licenses and maturities, all owned by different teams and hosted in different data centres and clouds. This diversity is just the sign of a long life — Enterprises generally didn’t appear yesterday — but it can result...
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The Onion Omega2 Lets You Add Linux to your Hardware Projects

Need a tiny, $5 computer to build a robot that will bring you your slippers, initiate a massage chair session, and pour out your daily dose of bourbon?The Onion Omega2 can do all that and more. This tiny board is Arduino-compatible but also runs Linux natively. This means you can plug it in and get...
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Kaspersky Lab Launches Bug Bounty Program With HackerOne

The security firm allocates $50,000 to pay security researchers for responsibly disclosing flaws in its security products. Kaspersky Lab is no stranger to the world of vulnerability research, but the company is now opening up and enabling third-party security researchers to disclose vulnerabilities...
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Container Image Signing

Red Hat engineers have been working to more securely distribute container images. In this post we look at where we’ve come from, where we need to go, and how we hope to get there. History When the Docker image specification was introduced it did not have a cryptographic verification model. The most...
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Bridging Tech’s Diversity Gap

Recently, the OpenStack Foundation conducted a survey to dig deeper into who was actually involved with its community. The results were quite shocking, showing that only 11 percent of the entire OpenStack population identify as women. Team leaders across the industry took notice, with many asking...
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Docker Launches a New Marketplace for Containerized Software

At its developer conference in Seattle, Docker today announced the private beta of the Docker Store, a new marketplace for trusted and validated dockerized software. The idea behind the store is to create a self-service portal for Docker’s ecosystem partners to publish and distribute their software...
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DevOps Model, A Profile in CIO Leadership, Change Management

Take it from IT leaders who have been there: Adopting a DevOps model will require strong leadership, exceptional people skills, a high tolerance for failure and financial savvy.  CTO Alexander Pluim described his company's situation as typical: An enterprise technology system has issues, no one is...
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F5’s Latest Updates Give a Nod to Developers

As virtual appliances become a bigger part of its business, F5 is tweaking some of its products to better fit the concept of developers programming the network. The company has separated its orchestration tool from its management tool. The latter, which involves monitoring the network and making...
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Patch Now: Google and JetBrains Warn Developers of Buggy IDE

Google has emailed Android developers advising them to update Android Studio, the official Android IDE, to fix security bugs. Other versions of the JetBrains IntelliJ IDE, on which Android Studio is based, are also affected. The bugs are related to the built-in web server in the IDE. A cross-site...
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