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IBM executives Jim Wasko and Donna Dillenberger provide an update on LinuxOne and how IBM is now involved in the open source community.

How IBM’s LinuxONE Has Evolved For the New Open Source Cloud

One year ago at LinuxCon 2015 in Seattle, IBM announced IBM LinuxONE, its enterprise-grade system specifically designed for Linux and open source workloads. Today in their keynote at LinuxCon 2016 in Toronto, IBM executives Jim Wasko and Donna Dillenberger will give us an update on how the...
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Go 1.7 Brings a Performance Boost and Mainframe Support

Monday, six months to a tee since the release of Go 1.6, Google has released the eighth version of the Go programming language, version 1.7. This release of Golang brings some significant changes, such as an updated compiler, the addition of the context package, and hierarchical testing. Google has...
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LzLabs Launches Product to Move Mainframe COBOL Code to Linux Cloud

Somewhere in a world full of advanced technology that we write about regularly here on TechCrunch, there exists an ancient realm where mainframe computers are still running programs written in COBOL. This is a programming language, mind you, that was developed in the late 1950s, and used widely in...
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Puppet DevOps Comes to the Mainframe

Without DevOps programs such as Puppet, Chef, and Ansible, the cloud wouldn't be possible. Now Puppet is trying to work in systems management magic on IBM's z Systems and LinuxONE. DevOps works by automating server operations. With it both programmers and administrators can focus on making the most...
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