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The SUSE team Zooms “Down Under” for OpenStack Summit 2017

The world runs on open infrastructure and twice annually, over 1,000 companies from  60 different countries come together to run live demos, share OpenStack use cases, host free workshops and trainings and most importantly…network and meet new people.  What event is this?  OpenStack Summit…and if you...

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Kernel prepatch 4.14-rc6

The 4.14-rc6 kernel prepatch is out. “rc6 is a bit larger than I was hoping for, and I’m not sure whether that is a sign that we _will_ need an rc8 after all this release (which wouldn’t be horribly surprising), or whether it’s simply due to...

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Linux Foundation debuts Community Data License Agreement

The Linux Foundation has announced a pair of licenses for data that are modeled on the two broad categories of free-software licenses: permissive and copyleft. The Community Data License Agreement (CDLA) comes in two flavors: Sharing that “enc… Continue Reading — Linux Foundation debuts Community...

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What Will the Ubuntu 18.04 Name ‘B’?

The Ubuntu 18.04 name will begin with the letter ‘B’ – but what will it be? We look at what we know about Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and try to guess. This post, What Will the Ubuntu 18.04 Name ‘B’?, was written by Joey Sneddon and first...

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Stable kernels 4.13.9, 4.9.58, 4.4.94, and 3.18.77

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of four new stable kernels: 4.13.9, 4.9.58, 4.4.94, and 3.18.77. There are fixes throughout the tree in them, so users of those series should upgrade. Continue Reading — Stable kernels 4.13.9, 4.9.58, 4.4.94, and 3.18.77

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Chef on AWS and Azure – New Tracks on Learn Chef Rally

It takes a community of passionate and involved partners to fuel the love of Chef, DevOps, and automation. Our partnerships with Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services have made for an exciting experience using Chef Automate. You can learn more about our partner integrations on the...

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Open Source Software Defined Storage in Academic Environments

Academic IT environments are often the most advanced users of technology.  Given the research nature of those environments, they often have to push the boundaries of technology to the edge.  Hence open source technologies fit really well in those environments.   They can customize such solutions to...

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