TecMint: As we all know that JBoss AS has been renamed to WildFly. A lots of new features has been added and lots of has been upgraded.
OpenSource.com: Open source will produce the next generation of high performance computing clusters that underlie big data analysis and applications.
siliconANGLE: The debate started off with Furrier noting there is quite obviously a shift going on in the market. What exactly that shift entails is, as yet, still undecided.
GamingOnLinux: I thought it was about time I gave some limelight to some really great open source game engines that work on Linux
OpenSource.com: Like any open source community, OpenStack has its local quirks when it comes to getting involved in the project.
ITworld: Did anybody ever really think that Google would be the one that might introduce Linux to the broader desktop market?
Wazi: Server resource limits help you maximize system availability in situations where different users (possibly multiple business clients) share a single environment and none should be allowed to overload it.
Datamation: After a while of fixing the same old problem, I decided I was ready for a change.
Softpedia: GNOME Disk Utility 3.11 removes support for MD-RAID
EverydayLinuxUser: Zorin OS 8 is the latest version of the Windowseque Linux operating system.
Computer Weekly: For some of us at the time, the way out was open standards. Why?
LinuxPlanet: A new Arch based security distribution is now surfacing, for penetration testers.
GamingOnLinux: good news developers, Godot Engine is now open source for you to tinker with.
ITbusinessEdge: One of the primary tools that developers have been using to determine data's relevancy for Big Data applications is an open source enterprise search and indexing engine developed by Elasticsearch that, as of this week, is now being packaged up into a formal offering.
ZDnet: After years of talk about the Linux desktop becoming important, it finally is.
Everyday Linux User: To be able to follow this guide you will need to have set up your Raspberry PI and you will need to have PHP, MySQL, PHPMyAdmin and a web server such as Lighttpd or Apache installed.
Open Source.com: To tell you how they got there, let's start with a little history of open source software in the US federal government workspace.
Softpedia: Canonical has issued an official explanation for the reason why Linux Mint developers have to sign a license agreement in order to continue to distribute the package straight from the Ubuntu repos.
Tech Drive-in: 10 useful music production tools for Ubuntu and Linux.
Open Source.com: In spite of its considerable momentum, there are still skeptics about whether OpenStack will ultimately succeed.