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As DBMS wars continue, PostgreSQL shows most momentum

August 18th, 2014 · Comments Off

It’s hard to tell which database management systems (DBMB)s are the most popular. DB-Engines gives it a try every month. And, by its count, Oracle is still the top DBMS, followed closed by Oracle’s open-source DBMS MySQL, which is just noses ahead of Microsoft SQL Server. As DBMS wars continue, PostgreSQL shows most momentum. More>

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Tags: Database · Development · Open Source

SUSE releases Icehouse OpenStack cloud

August 13th, 2014 · Comments Off

When you think of Linux companies associated with OpenStack, you probably think of Canonical and Red Hat. SUSE would like to remind you that they’re also an OpenStack player with its release of SUSE Cloud 4. SUSE releases Icehouse OpenStack cloud. More>

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Tags: Business · Cloud Computing · Development · Infrastructure · Linux · Open Source · Operating System · SUSE · Virtualization

Docker comes to openSUSE

August 6th, 2014 · Comments Off

Docker is more popular in enterprise data centers and clouds now than ice-cream on a hot summer day in a day-care center. So, it comes as no surprise that openSUSE, SUSE‘s community Linux distribution, has adopted Docker as well. Docker comes to openSUSE. More>

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Tags: Business · Cloud Computing · Development · Infrastructure · Linux · Open Source · Operating System · SUSE · Virtualization

ownCloud 7 pulls in users and open source developers

August 5th, 2014 · Comments Off

Sure you could join everyone else and put your data on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud, or you could use the latest ownCloud 7 to run your own private cloud. There’s an enormous range of cloud options, but the newly released ownCloud 7 Community Edition is a great one for small to medium sized […]

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Tags: Business · Cloud Computing · Development · Infrastructure · Linux · Open Source · Operating System · Windows

What is Docker and why is it so darn popular?

August 4th, 2014 · Comments Off

If you’re in data center or cloud IT circles, you’ve been hearing about containers in general and Docker in particular non-stop for over a year now. With the release of Docker 1.0 in June, the buzz became a roar. All the noise is happening because companies are adopting Docker at a remarkable rate. At OSCon in […]

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Tags: Business · Cloud Computing · Development · Infrastructure · Linux · Open Source · Operating System · Virtualization