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[$] Range reader/writer locks for the kernel

The kernel uses a variety of lock types internally, but they all share one feature in common: they are a simple either/or proposition. When a lock is obtained for a resource, the entire resource is locked, even if exclusive access is only needed to a part...

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OpenStreetMap Public Data Set Now Available on AWS

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a free, editable map of the world, created and maintained by volunteers and available for use under an open license. Anyone can use OSM to provide maps, directions, and geographic context to users around the world. In the 12 years of OSM’s existence,...

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Running time-sensitive mission-critical applications using SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time (SLERT)

As we know that operating system (OS) is the system software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs.  Basically, all computer programs, excluding firmware, require an operating system to function. Nowadays, there are many types of OS such as...

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University Hospital Essen Lowers Expenditures by More Than 70% with SUSE Enterprise Storage

As more departments go digital, University Hospital Essen must store ever-increasing volumes of medical data such as radiology scans, pathology slides and surgery videos. With SUSE Enterprise Storage running on systems from technology partner Thomas-Krenn, the hospital gained a flexible, super-scalable, software-defined storage solution that enables...

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Chef at JFrog SwampUP 2017

Supermarket Integration with Artifactory Hot on the heels of ChefConf 2017, Chef headed to Napa, CA late last week for JFrog’s SwampUP conference at the beautiful Meritage Resort and Spa. With its intimate size (300 attendees) and highly curated talks, SwampUP is one of our favorite...

 
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