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Drag-and-Drop Cloud Orchestration with Ubuntu Juju

April 2nd, 2014 · Comments Off

Canonical, the Ubuntu Linux and Juju Development/Operations (DevOps) program parent company, is turning Juju into a tool that makes setting clouds up  a drag-and-drop operation. Drag-and-Drop Cloud Orchestration with Ubuntu Juju. More>

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Tags: Business · Canonical · Cloud Computing · Infrastructure · Linux · Operating System

Red Hat reveals CentOS plans

March 28th, 2014 · Comments Off

Napa Valley, CA: First things first. Here’s what Red Hat is not planning to do with CentOS: 1) Red Hat’s not going to charge you for CentOS;  2) CentOS will not be replacing Red Hat’s community distribution, Fedora; and 3) CentOS is not being put out to pasture to die. OK? OK!  Red Hat reveals CentOS […]

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Tags: Business · Infrastructure · Linux · Operating System · Red Hat · Server

Linux Kernel Panel: What’s what with Linux today

March 27th, 2014 · Comments Off

Napa Valley, CA: At an exclusive gathering at the Linux Collaboration Summit, some of the crème de la crème of Linux developers talked about what’s going on with the Linux kernel today. Linux Kernel Panel: What’s what with Linux today. More>

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Tags: Development · Linux · Open Source · Operating System

Mozilla hires new CEO who will focus on Firefox OS

March 24th, 2014 · Comments Off

Mozilla, the company behind the popular Firefox Web browser, has been searching for a new CEO since Gary Kovacs, who came on-board in 2010, decided to leave almost a year ago. Mozilla has finally picked a new leader, former CTO Brendan Eich. With him comes change. Mozilla’s job number one will not be its Web […]

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Tags: Business · Infrastructure · Linux · Mozilla · Network · Operating System · SmartPhone · Web browser

No Android for Obama yet, sticking with BlackBerry

March 24th, 2014 · Comments Off

It’s no secret that BlackBerry is one sick company. Once the very definition of the corporate smartphone, now even BlackBerry’s CEO is calling the company’s survival a coin-toss. But BlackBerry will continue to have one famous, loyal customer: President Obama. No Android for Obama yet, sticking with BlackBerry. More>

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Tags: Business · Infrastructure · Linux · Operating System · SmartPhone