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OpenStack Public Cloud Setbacks: Real or Imagined?
(May 23, 2013, 13:00) (0 talkbacks)
The VAR Guy: Frankly, OpenStack does not need saving. We're merely seeing a shakeout in the cloud market rather than a central flaw with the OpenStack movement.
Google Demos Linux Running on Hacked Glass
(May 17, 2013, 19:00) (1 talkbacks)
All Things 3D: Although Google is offering a limited set of developer tools for Glass — and more are on the way — the company doesn't want to stop hackers from tinkering even further.
BonitaSoft Raises $13M Series C For Its Open Source Business Process Management Solution
(May 17, 2013, 11:00) (0 talkbacks)
TechCrunch: BonitaSoft’s solution includes a design studio to model business processes, a BPM engine that adapts to various information systems architectures, and an end-user interface for managing and interacting with processes.
Linux commands: Newusers adds new users... fast and furious!
(May 15, 2013, 12:00) (0 talkbacks)
IT World: Whether you're setting up accounts for existing users on a new server or providing accounts for a crop of new staff members on your primary server, it's nice to be able to do the job quickly and accurately.
Google to use open-source sensors to monitor I/O conference
(May 15, 2013, 11:00) (0 talkbacks)
ZDNet: Google will literally track the footsteps of developers attending the annual Google I/O conference in San Francisco this week as part of an effort to understand how visitors navigate and behave at the event.
Google on Android updates: We're still working on it
(May 14, 2013, 13:00) (0 talkbacks)
ZDNet: The Android update system has regularly been in the news since the launch of the platform. Don't worry, Google says it is working on it. Still.
LucidWorks pulls in $10M to turn open source data into business gold
(May 14, 2013, 11:00) (0 talkbacks)
VB: Big data startup LucidWorks has raised $10 million to help enterprise companies turn multistructured data into business gold.
Google's cloud dumps custom Linux, switches to Debian
(May 10, 2013, 15:00) (2 talkbacks)
The Register: Google is moving the default software for its rentable cloud servers from a custom version of Linux to Debian.
International Space Station switches from Windows to Linux, for improved reliability
(May 09, 2013, 13:00) (0 talkbacks)
Extreme Tech: The United Space Alliance has announced that the Windows XP computers aboard the ISS have been switched to Linux.
Facebook Rattles Networking World With Open Source Gear
(May 09, 2013, 10:00) (0 talkbacks)
WIRED: Google solved the problem ages ago, but only for itself. Now, Facebook is building a solution for everyone else.
Analyzing 450 Million Lines of Software Code
(May 08, 2013, 13:00) (0 talkbacks)
Help Net Security: Over the past seven years, the Coverity Scan service has analyzed nearly 850 million lines of code from more than 300 open source projects including Linux, PHP and Apache.
Red Hat OpenStack Distribution: June 2013 Surprises Coming
(May 07, 2013, 13:00) (0 talkbacks)
The VAR Guy: Best known for its Linux distribution, Red Hat has been working hard to diversify its revenue and product streams -- promoting virtualization, storage and middleware solutions through channel partners.
Webopedia Term of the Day: OpenStack Grizzly
(May 01, 2013, 19:00) (0 talkbacks)
Webopedia: The follow-up to the Folsom release of the OpenStack open source cloud computing platform, OpenStack Grizzly debuted in April 2013 as the seventh release of OpenStack.
4 Hot Open Source Big Data Projects
(May 01, 2013, 10:00) (0 talkbacks)
EnterpriseAppsToday: There's more -- much more -- to the Big Data software ecosystem than Hadoop.
Android Phones Pinpoint Snipers
(Apr 29, 2013, 09:00) (0 talkbacks)
Mashable: A team of computer engineers from Vanderbilt University, led by Akos Ledeczi, has developed an inexpensive piece of hardware and related software to turn an Android smartphone into a sniper finder.