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2015 was the year Linux and open-source software took over the IT world, but many open-source and proprietary software fans still haven't figured it out.
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JBoss middleware is coming to Red Hat OpenShift in Docker containers.
In a world where PC sales continue to slump quarter after quarter, Chromebooks are one of the few bright spots
Believe it or not, Microsoft is offering a Linux on its Azure cloud certification.
Docker may be the name you know best, but there are a lot of significant container players out there and they've agreed to work out common standards for software containers.
But there is something to Apple's ill-thought out claim.
The bane of containers is securing them, but CoreOS has a soup-to-nuts answer for this worry: Tectonic with Distributed Trusted Computing.
The latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux includes major improvements to security, networking, system administration and, oh yes, containers. Lots and lots of new container goodness.
It comes as no surprise that Linux is the operating system of choice for supercomputers. What is surprising is that China is now the world's fastest growing supercomputer power while the US has fallen to its lowest level ever.
For all the attention Linux.Encoder.1 ransomware has gotten, a lot of people seem to be missing that it's easy to fix. Here's how to do it.
CoreOS's new open-source project Clair, monitors containers security. Since it's so easy for security holes to hide in containers this is no small matter.
More than two years ago, Valve announced that Linux-powered Steam Machines would be the future of gaming. After far too many delays, two gaming consoles are finally shipping with a third one coming soon.
Almost all supercomputers run on Linux. Now, the Linux Foundation, along with high-performance computer industry leaders, are announcing a new open-source software framework for HPC environments.
I put Google's latest version of Android to the test on my 2013 Nexus 7 tablet and I liked what I found.
A recent Washington Post article entitled "Net of Insecurity" re-bundled old FUD about Linux and the internet's security.
For years, people have wondered when Google would combine Android and Chrome OS. That day appears to be coming.
Red Hat is opening up Ceph's open-source, object and block cloud program leadership to other leading companies such as Canonical and SUSE.
On servers and clouds, this new Ubuntu springs forward to take a big bite.
Mark Russinovich went into the lion's den of All Things Open, a major SouthEast open-source technology conference, to explain to the Linux faithful how Microsoft is now embracing Linux and open-source software.