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LXD: 5 Easy Pieces

This is a guest blog by Michael Iatrou Machine containers, like LXD, proliferate in the datacenters: they provide a native control plane for OpenStack and a lightweight hypervisor for its tenants. LXD optimizes resource allocation and utilization for Kubernetes clusters, modernizes workload management in HPC infrastructure...


openSUSE – Meltdown & Spectre Update – 26 Jan 2018

Hi folks, This is an update to our current Meltdown and Spectre situation on openSUSE Leap and Tumbleweed. We have released kernels with initial Meltdown and Spectre mitigations begin of January. For openSUSE Leap 42.2 and 42.3 we released updates on January 5th. For openSUSE Tumbleweed...


Applying Compliance on Azure Government with InSpec

In government, compliance and security are a critical component of our job function. The current state of compliance frameworks are bulky and unwieldy for those inexperienced with OpenSCAP/XML. Microsoft Azure Government cloud and InSpec are designed to provide a common language for security, compliance, and automation...


Bionic Beaver 18.04 LTS to use Xorg by default

Bionic Beaver, the codename for the next Ubuntu LTS release, is due in April 2018 and will ship with both the traditional Xorg graphics stack as well as the newer Wayland based stack, but Xorg will be the default. 17.10, released in October 2017, ships with...


Ruby, YaST, Plasma 5.12 Beta Get Updates in Tumbleweed

openSUSE’s rolling distribution Tumbleweed received several snapshot of new software packages this past week. A total of six snapshots arrived and brought new versions of Ruby, YaST, KDE’s Plasma 5.12 Beta and many others. The latest snapshot, 20180124, switched the default for Ruby to version 2.5....


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