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2015 Red Hat Summit Announced

Red Hat, Inc. today announced this year's Red Hat Summit. A good time will be had by all for the Early Bird discounted price of $1295. Keynotes, presentations, labs, and panel discussions are among the scheduled events. There's something for everyone with the added attractions of offsite parties, receptions, happy hours, and pub crawls. Show More Summary

CoreOS Team Gets $12 Million to Offer DIY Google-style Infrastructure with Tectonic

As Susan covered earlier today, the announcement by CoreOS about Tectonic is making waves. It's billed as a new "commercial Kubernetes platform that combines the CoreOS stack with Kubernetes to bring companies Google-style infrastructure...Show More Summary

AtScale Launches, Bridging Hadoop and Popular Analytics Tools

At one point, the Big Data trend--sorting and sifting large data sets with new tools in pursuit of surfacing meaningful angles on stored information--remained an enterprise-only story, but now businesses of all sizes are evaluating tools that can help them glean meaningful insights from the data they store. Show More Summary

Linux Australia Hacked and CoreOS Hearts Kubernetes

In a post to the Linux-aus mailing list Saturday The Linux Australia Council informed members and conference attendees that due to a server breach personal information could be compromised. The March 22 hack was discovered two days later...Show More Summary

Piston Unveils Piston CloudOS 4.0, focused on "the Modern Data Center"

Piston Cloud Computing, Inc. has announced the availability of Piston CloudOS 4.0, which is billed as "an operating system for the modern data center that transforms clusters of commodity servers into a single unified environment." The...Show More Summary

Despite Enterprise Concerns, Android is an Ultra-Safe Platform

As recently as March, we were reporting on one of the biggest security holes ever affecting Android. In fact, PaloAlto networks had found that that security breach affected almost 50 percent of Android devices, making them vulnerable to an attack that can swap out a user's pre-installed app with malware that can round up sensitive data. Show More Summary

Purifying the Sea of PDF Data, Automatically

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Jeremy B. Merrill, in our Interactive News department, has been developing a pattern to purify PDF data.

OStatic’s Latest Interview Series Updates: Cloud and Big Data Thoughts

The open source community is making truly impactful contributions to some major technology shifts right now. In particular, cloud computing, Big Data and the Internet of Things are creating large shakeups, and the pace of development has quickened significantly recently. Show More Summary

Survey Results Disagree on the True State of Hadoop Adoption

How much traction are Hadoop and other Big Data tools getting in enterprises? That depends on which studies you put credence in. A new report from Barclays Bank PLC notes that Hadoop is gaining substantial enterprise traction, but other reports note that many enterprises remain in evaluation stage. Show More Summary

Fedora May Move to Project Atomic Distribution

Fedora 22 was different from other releases most significantly by the way it was distributed - namely in three purpose-designed editions. However, Paul Frields is floating another method for future Fedora releases. He suggest FedoraShow More Summary

Nebula Folds as Consolidation Looms for OpenStack Scene

It's a big week on the OpenStack front. Mirantis has joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation, focusing on OpenStack and PaaS, and Nebula startup company that sold data center hardware tools for deploying OpenStack clouds has announced that it is shutting down. Show More Summary

Mirantis Joins Cloud Foundry Foundation, Addressing PaaS and OpenStack

Mirantis is joining the Cloud Foundry Foundation to help allow developers to run best-of-breed tools on top of OpenStack. The company has announced that it will integrate its cloud platform with the app-development framework from Cloud Foundry. Show More Summary

Slow April Fools' Day for Linux

This certainly hasn't been a record year for Linux and Open Source April Fools' jokes. In days of yore distributions would come up with crazy spins or psychedelic themes. Sites would deploy eye-straining colors and heads of projects would announce defections. Show More Summary

Acer Taking Chrome OS, Cloud Apps to the Desktop

Although many people think of them as older participants in the portable computing market, the fact is that Chromebooks based on Google's Chrome OS first went on sale in June of 2011--not long ago. Since then, portable systems basedShow More Summary

Appcara Rebrands Cloudy Applications Stack to App360

Appcara, a provider of multi-cloud and application automation solutions, today announced that AppStack, its turnkey software-defined application platform, has been renamed App360. Now available in Version 3.12, the new release of App360...Show More Summary

Debian 8.0 Release Date & New Gentoo Website

Niels Thykier today posted that Debian 8.0 now has a "target release date." This isn't written in stone, but it would take something "really critical" to postpone the release. Elsewhere, the Gentoo Linux project today announced the launch...Show More Summary

IBM's Spending $3 Billion to Connect Internet of Things to Enterprises

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to emerge as one of this year's big tech stories. IBM has announced that it will invest $3 billion across four years to build out an Internet of Things (IoT) unit, and the unit's first job is to build a cloud-based open platform. Show More Summary

Facebook's WhatsApp for Android Serves Up Voice Calls

Back when Facebook announced its acquisition of WhatsApp for $16 billion last year, some people were scratching their heads at why WhatsApp would command that price. According to Sequoia Capital: "By using the Internet as its communications...Show More Summary

Systemd Developers Fork Kernel, Docker Package Management

A wave of minor myocardial infarctions were reported today as Linux users read the news of a systemd kernel fork. Most were treated and released with only one admitted to the hospital with more severe symptoms. Elsewhere, folks are beginning to discuss the feasibility of Docker replacing Linux package management solutions. Show More Summary

Is Hadoop Replacing the Data Warehouse? Survey Says Not So Much

Snowflake Computing, a cloud data warehousing company that only recently emerged from startup stealth mode, has announced the results of an independent, national survey of more than 315 technology and analytics professionals with responsibility for corporate data initiatives. Show More Summary

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