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Carlos Sanchez
Carlos Sanchez of CloudBees speaking at MesosCon.

Running Distributed Applications at Scale on Mesos from Twitter and CloudBees

A recurring theme in our MesosCon North America 2016 series is solving difficult resource provisioning problems. The days of investing days or even weeks in spec’ing, acquiring, and setting up hardware and software to meet increased workloads are long gone. Now we see vast provisioning adjustments...
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Mark Shuttleworth
Mark Shuttleworth delivers a keynote at Apache Big Data in Vancouver in May.

Removing Operational Friction Will Free Big Data To Do Big Things, Says Mark Shuttleworth

Good code is cheap; it’s operational knowledge that’s holding back big data from solving the great problems of our time. Solving those operational difficulties with a modular, easy-to-use system was the solution Mark Shuttleworth laid out in his keynote entitled “More Fun, Less Friction” at Apache...
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Paulus Schoutsen
Paulus Schoutsen speaks at OpenIoT Summit.

Home Assistant: The Python Approach to Home Automation [Video]

Several home automation platforms support Python as an extension, but if you’re a real Python fiend, you’ll probably want Home Assistant, which places the programming language front and center. Paulus Schoutsen created Home Assistant in 2013 “as a simple script to turn on the lights when the sun...
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Craig Neth
Craig Neth tells how he and his team set up their own Apache Mesos test cluster.

How Verizon Labs Built a 600 Node Bare Metal Mesos Cluster in Two Weeks

Verizon Labs is building some impressive projects around Apache Mesos and relies on a lot of open source software for functionality: operating systems, networking, provisioning, monitoring, and administration. Open source software is popular at Verizon Labs because it gives them the flexibility and...
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You know the saying: fast, cheap, or good, pick two. Uber, Twitter, PayPal, and Hubspot show that you can have all three with Apache Mesos.

4 Unique Ways Uber, Twitter, PayPal, and Hubspot Use Apache Mesos

You know the saying: fast, cheap, or good, pick two. Uber, Twitter, PayPal, and Hubspot show that you can have all three with Apache Mesos. Apache Mesos is a cluster manager; it sits between the application layer and the operating system, and deploys and manages applications in large-scale...
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Alan Gates
Alan Gates, co-founder of Hortonworks and ODPi member, speaking at Apache Big Data.

ODPi: Test Less, Build More Applications With Hadoop

Testing applications against Hadoop distributions is not fun, either for application developers or end users, and it takes up too much precious time.    According to Alan Gates, co-founder of Hortonworks and ODPi member, that’s the issue the Open Data Platform initiative (ODPi) is here to solve:...
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It's a mistake to take the old "hacker-in-a-hoodie" stereotype and think it applies to the cyber crime and nation-state attacks we're facing today. Why don't we see pictures of hackers wearing a suit and tie? Or a uniform?

Real Hackers Don't Wear Hoodies (Cybercrime is Big Business)

Most people probably have an idea about what a hacker looks like. The image of someone sitting alone at a computer, with their face obscured by a hoodie, staring intently at lines of code in which their particular brand of crime or mischief is rooted, has become widely associated with hackers. You...
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Benedikt Herudek
Blockchain technology’s qualities of universality and security could be applied to the IoT messaging protocol problem, said Benedikt Herudek at OpenIoT Summit.

Applying Bitcoin to the IoT Interoperability Conundrum

One of the main themes of this year’s Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit was the challenge of bridging the growing number of Internet of Things (IoT) standards. Many speakers were hopeful about the potential for achieving functional interoperability, if not a unifying standard, and there...
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Red Hat's Mark Turansky presented on persistent storage for containers with Kubernetes and OpenShift at LinuxCon 2015.
Red Hat engineer Mark Turansky presented on persistent storage for containers with Kubernetes and OpenShift at LinuxCon 2015.

Linus Torvalds, Google Compute Engine Architect Joe Beda, ASF Founder Brian Behlendorf to Speak at LinuxCon 2016

You can celebrate the 25th anniversary of Linux with Linus Torvalds and other open source innovators and leaders at LinuxCon North America and ContainerCon this year. Torvalds, Linux and Git creator and Linux Foundation fellow, will keynote at the event, to be held in Toronto, Canada Aug. 22-24. He...
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Steady User Growth Characterizes Cloud Foundry Ecosystem

The CF community now includes 173 user groups with 33,400-plus individual members across 105 cities in 48 countries, CEO Sam Ramji said. Cloud Foundry might be the only PaaS to have its own user conference—a three-day one, at that. Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud platform as a service...
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