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SUSE Ready to Heat Things Up at Cisco Live!

  There are plenty of reasons to be at Cisco Live this year. Technical education, thought leadership and partner collaboration,  not to mention Florida sunshine (or possibly monsoon rains), humidity, Universal Studios, and Cake (the band, not the kind you eat. Yeah, we’d forgotten about them,...

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Stable kernels 4.9.107 and 4.4.136

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 4.9.107 and 4.4.136 stable kernels. As usual, they contain fixes throughout the tree; users of those kernel series should upgrade. Continue Reading — Stable kernels 4.9.107 and 4.4.136

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Puppet and Reflect Join Forces!

I’m excited to share that Puppet has acquired Reflect, a privately held data-visualization-as-a-service platform based here in Portland, OR. Continue Reading — Puppet and Reflect Join Forces!

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Hutterer: Observations on trackpoint input data

Peter Hutterer writes about the behavior of trackpoint devices in great detail. “Trackpoints have built-in calibration procedures to find and set their own center-point. Without that you’ll get the trackpoint eventually being ever so slightly of… Continue Reading — Hutterer: Observations on trackpoint input data

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SAPPHIRE NOW: Moving your workloads to the cloud

Yesterday at SAPPHIRE NOW, SAP announced that SAP Cloud Platform is now available on all major cloud infrastructure providers. SAP also intends to release SAP Cloud Platform, private edition, on IBM Cloud as a private cloud deployment. The target customers for the SCP private edition are...

 
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