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Sam Ramji
As 2016 draws to a close, we looked back at some of the highlights from ApacheCon and Apache Big Data and collected the 7 videos from our most-read articles about the events in 2016. Here Sam Ramji explains why open source is a positive-sum game.

Top 7 Videos from ApacheCon and Apache Big Data 2016

It’s been two years since The Linux Foundation forged a partnership with the Apache Software Foundation to become the producer of their official ASF events. This year, ApacheCon and Apache Big Data continued to grow and gain momentum as the place to share knowledge, ideas, best practices and...
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A Lone Tester at a DevOps Conference

I recently had the chance to go to Velocity Conf in Amsterdam, which one might describe as a DevOps conference. I love going to conferences of all types, restricting the self to discipline specific events is counter intuitive to me, as each discipline involved in building and supporting something...
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L-society at LinuxCon Europe 2016
SUSE’s Chief Technology Officer Dr. Thomas Di Giacomo began his keynote at LinuxCon Europe in Berlin with a dramatic nod to hacker culture and Mr. Robot’s F-Society. Read about more 2016 event highlights below.

10 Great Moments from Linux Foundation 2016 Events

This year, more than 20,000 tech professionals gathered at 150 Linux Foundation events worldwide to learn and share open source technologies and best practices. Held in 46 cities across 14 countries -- from the U.S. and Canada, to Germany, Spain, China and Japan -- Linux Foundation events are where...
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OpenSDS Keynote
Cameron Bahar, SVP and Global CTO of Huawei Storage, and Steven Tan, Chief Architect at Huawei, launch the project proposal for a new open source initiative called OpenSDS during their LinuxCon Europe keynote.

OpenSDS for Industry-Wide Software Defined Storage Collaboration

Software defined storage (SDS) brings cloud benefits to storage, but the challenge is that it must be highly reliable - you can’t lose a single byte of data. Storage can be difficult to manage in the cloud where there are many frameworks and technologies working together in virtualized /...
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Containers infrastructure
Deploying Kubernetes across multiple clouds and data centers can lead to challenges, says Alena Prokharchyk of Rancher Labs, who will be speaking at KubeCon in Seattle.

Automating Infrastructure Deployment for Kubernetes

Many organizations run Kubernetes clusters in a single public cloud, such as GCE or AWS, so they have reasonably homogenous infrastructure needs, says Alena Prokharchyk, Principal Software Engineer at Rancher Labs.  In these situations, deploying Kubernetes clusters is relatively straightforward....
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OpenStack Barcelona
In conjunction with OpenStack Summit in Barcelona, The OpenStack Foundation reported that enterprises have moved away from the OpenStack evaluation stage and are now managing deployments and serious workloads.

Research from OpenStack Summit Shows Deployments Ramping Up

If you already have OpenStack administration skills, or are considering pursuing them, you’ll want to take note of some surprising research reported in conjunction with OpenStack Summit in Barcelona last week. Specifically, a study commissioned by The OpenStack Foundation found that enterprises...
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Kubernetes
The Software Defined Infrastructure team at Intel uses Kubernetes to run a large part of their services. In this preview to his upcoming talk at KubeCon, Taylor Thomas describes some challenges that the team has encountered and overcome.

Steering Kubernetes Through Uncharted Territory

Taylor Thomas is a Cloud Software Engineer for the Software Defined Infrastructure team at Intel working on Kubernetes, CI/CD, and the Snap open telemetry framework. The team also uses Kubernetes to run a large part of their services, and Thomas will describe this work in his upcoming talk "Off the...
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CloudNativeCon
CNCF is hosting CloudNativeCon, along with KubeCon and PrometheusDay, to bring together leading contributors in cloud native applications and computing, containers, microservices, central orchestration processing, and more November 8-9 in Seattle.

CloudNativeCon Unites Leaders in Open Source, Container and Cloud Native Tech

Today’s cloud native ecosystem is growing at an incredibly rapid pace – as new technologies are continuously introduced and current applications are ever-evolving. Taking the lead in bringing together the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF...
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Brian Behlendorf
Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of the Hyperledger Project, explains everything you need to know about blockchain, Hyperledger, and other amazing new technologies in his LinuxCon North America keynote.

Hyperledger -- The Source of Truth

Well, here we go again with yet another new technology with a name that doesn't tell us much about what it is: Hyperledger. Hyperledger is related to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and blockchains... but, what are these things? They sound like science fiction: I have plenty of Bitcoins, so let's go splurge on...
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Debunking Unikernel Criticisms

The security and tooling worries around unikernels are vastly exaggerated, asserted Idit Levine, creator of the Unik, a unikernel compilation tool, as well as a cloud chief technology officer at Dell EMC. A relatively new concept, Unikernels could be thought of as stripped-down containers with only...
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