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Provision Bare Metal Servers for OpenStack with Ironic

The day-to-day life of a developer can change drastically from one moment to the next, particularly if one is working on open source projects. Intel Cloud Software Senior Developer Ruby Loo spends her days working on the bare metal provisioning software OpenStack Ironic, which is software that...
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Linux Founder Torvalds: Intel x86 Is King, but ARM Is 'Disappointing'

LINUX FOUNDER Linus Torvalds has said that ARM is unlikely to dislodge Intel from heavyweight computing as Intel's 'infrastructure' is more unified and open.  Torvalds made the comments in a Q&A with David Rusling, chief technology officer at ARM tools vendor Linaro, in response to a question...
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Intel Unveils its Joule Chip Module for the Internet of Things

Joule is the latest product in Intel’s family of all-in-one chip modules for the Internet of Things. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off the new Joule module during a keynote speech at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The module is a follow-up to Edison, the prior IoT module introduced...
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Hyperledger Tests Open Strategy With First Blockchain Explorer

Business blockchain consortium Hyperledger is now building an open-source tool that will let anyone explore the distributed ledger projects being created by its members. Similar to block explorers already being offered for other public blockchains, the tool would make it easier to learn about...
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Intel’s Cloud Project Looks a Lot Like OpenStack

A fledgling open source project at Intel is wiping the slate clean in managing workloads in VMs, in containers, and on bare metal alike. The CIAO Project -- "CIAO" is short for "Cloud Integrated Advanced Orchestrator" -- has been described in a Register article as what might result if OpenStack...
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Intel Puts Numbers on the Security Talent Shortage

The cybersecurity shortfall in the workforce remains a critical vulnerability for companies and nations, according to anIntel Security report being issued today. Eighty-two percent of surveyed respondents reported a shortage of security skills, and respondents in every country said that...
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Intel's SGX Tiptoes Towards Linux

Intel has fulfilled a promise made in April to open-source a Linux driver for its SGX technology. SGX – Software Guard Extensions – first landed in 2013, and allows programmers to lock up code and data inside containers enforced by the CPU. The idea is to create an environment to assure people "...
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Video: Announcing Intel HPC Orchestrator

“Intel HPC Orchestrator simplifies the installation, management and ongoing maintenance of a high-performance computing system by reducing the amount of integration and validation effort required for the HPC system software stack. Intel HPC Orchestrator can help accelerate your time to results and...
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Intel Chips in with Blockchain Code for Hyperledger

The Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project has another big name on board: Intel. The project was announced in December, but got its first serious impetus back in February when IBM slung its blockchain code into the effort. During this month, the project has coalesced further, and is on the prowl...
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