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Security Auditing and Scanning Tool for your Linux system.

Wednesday 18th of May 2016 12:00:00 PM

 tecmint: Lynis is an open source auditing tool for Linux operating systems.

Building RESTFUL API applications on Linux with Flask a Python Microframework

Wednesday 18th of May 2016 11:00:00 AM

 techarena51: How you can Build a RESTFUL API CRUD(Create, Read, Update and Delete) application with the Flask Python Micro-framework

Dtrx - An Intelligent Archive Extraction (tar, zip, cpio, rpm, deb, rar) Tool for Linux

Wednesday 18th of May 2016 06:00:00 AM

tecmint: tar isn't the only command to deflate a compressed file

New Arduino Srl SBC merges Arduino, WiFi, and Linux

Wednesday 18th of May 2016 02:00:00 AM

 hackerboards: Arduino Srl's new "Arduino Industrial 101" SBC includes Arduino circuitry and I/O, along with a soldered-on WiFi module that runs Linino Linux.

Create / modify / delete tables in MySQL

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 10:00:00 PM

 LibreByte: One of the frequent tasks during the project development process is the change of the structure of the database.

Learning OpenToonz the Easy Way

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 09:00:00 PM

 FOSSforce: Blender isn't the only tool you need to learn..

Conflict resolution: A primer

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 08:00:00 PM

 OpenSource.com: Conflict resolution isn't about flamewars...

How To Clone An Internal Linux Partition To An External USB Disk Using DD

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 07:00:00 PM

LinuxPitStop: Have you ever thought of cloning an entire disk or a single partition on a disk?

OSOps Gives Operators a Powerful Tool to Poke OpenStack Developers

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 06:00:00 PM

The New Stack: OSOps is a place where operations team members of all skill levels can come together in a welcoming and accessible environment to point out the issues they are facing.

Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator: William Brawner

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 05:00:00 PM

Linux.com: How well does this certification prepare you for the real world?

Power & Performance Tests With Fedora 24 Beta, Linux 4.6 Kernel

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 04:00:00 PM

Phoronix: Here are some fresh benchmarks on two Intel devices when comparing Fedora 23 to Fedora 24 Beta and also testing out the power performance with the Linux 4.6 kernel.

Why VCs Have Invested More Than $200M in Container Tech

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 03:00:00 PM

eWEEK: Last week alone, investors—aiming to profit from the new approach to building, deploying and managing apps—poured $63M into open-source container vendors.

Cisco's Embrace of OpenStack Pays Network Dividends [VIDEO]

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 02:00:00 PM

EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Lew Tucker, vice-president and CTO of cloud computing at Cisco discussing how NFV and OpenStack come together.

Mozilla Issues Legal Challenge to FBI to Disclose Firefox Flaw

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 01:00:00 PM

Mozilla wants the FBI to responsibly disclose an unknown zero-day vulnerability in the open-source Firefox Web browser.

ChaletOS 16.04 Transforms Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Into a Windows 10 Lookalike

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 12:00:00 PM

ChaletOS' attractive design was targeted specifically at Windows 7 and Vista users who wanted to migrate to an open-source operating system based on the Linux kernel.

Let's Encrypt: The Good and the Bad

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 11:00:00 AM

Datamation: Let's Encrypt isn't all good...

CoreOS Fest Showcases New Projects to Advance Containers

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 06:00:00 AM

eWEEK: CoreOS held its second annual CoreOS Fest event May 9-10 in Berlin, with a satellite event simulcast in San Francisco.

Ubuntu, Juju, Kubernetes and the DevOps DISCO [VIDEO]

Tuesday 17th of May 2016 02:00:00 AM

ServerWatch: For Shuttleworth, it's all about the new DISCO world, an acronym that stands for the Docker Inspired Slice of COmputing.

Raspberry Pi Zero tweak adds camera connector, keeps $5 price

Monday 16th of May 2016 10:00:00 PM

hacerkboards: The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new version of the Raspberry Pi Zero with a camera connector and the same $5 price.

Oracle v. Google, and the end of programming as we know it

Monday 16th of May 2016 09:00:00 PM

ComputerWorld: The courts ruled that APIs can be copyrighted.

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  • Quantifying Benefits of Network Virtualization in the Data Center
    Modern data centers have increased significantly in scale and complexity as compute and storage resources become highly virtualized. The rise of the DevOps style of application deployment means that data center resources must be agile and respond rapidly to changing workload requirements. Data center network technologies have been challenged to keep up with these rapidly evolving application requirements.
  • Apache Zeppelin Joins Several Other Projects Gaining Top-Level Status
    As we've been reporting, The Apache Software Foundation, which incubates more than 350 open source projects and initiatives, has been elevating a lot of interesting new tools to Top-Level Status recently. The foundation has also made clear that you can expect more on this front, as graduating projects to Top-Level Status helps them get both advanced stewardship and certainly far more contributions. Only a few days ago, the foundation announced that a project called TinkerPop has graduated from the Apache Incubator to become a Top-Level Project (TLP). TinkerPop is a graph computing framework that provides developers the tools required to build modern graph applications in any application domain and at any scale. Now, it has announced that Apache Zeppelin has graduated as well. Zeppelin is a web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics.
  • 6 Open Source Operating Systems for the Internet of Things (IoT)
    Whether you are small to large enterprises, IoT is one of the useful technology that can help you to be connected on-the-go.
  • 6 open source architecture projects to check out
    The world of architecture doesn't change as quickly as software, but architects are still finding new ways to share innovative designs and ideas. The open source architecture movement aims to make architectural designs, drawings, 3D renderings, and documentation freely available for integration into other projects under open source licenses. It owes much of its growth to the growing popularity of the maker movement, DIY culture, 3D printing, and CNC machines, as well as support from architects like Alejandro Aravana.
  • Yorubaname.com has gone opensource, codebase now on GitHub
    Online dictionary for yoruba names, YorubaName, has now made its backlog accessible to the public. In a post on their blog, the guys at YorubaName announced that the website codebase is now on GitHub.
  • A New Version of Rust Hits the Streets
    Version 1.9 of the Rust programming language has been released. Rust is a new language with a small but enthusiastic community of developers.
  • Here's how you can make a career in OpenStack
    OpenStack is one of the biggest open source movements. It is a free and open-source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). The software platform consists of interrelated components that control hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data centre. According to the official website, hundreds of the world's largest brands rely on OpenStack to run their businesses every day, reducing costs and helping them move faster. OpenStack has a strong ecosystem globally.
  • Compatibility before purity: Microsoft tweaks .NET Core again [Ed: Microsoft lied about .NET going Open Source; just forked it into Open Core version]
    Microsoft's open source fork of the .NET platform, called .NET Core, will be modified for better compatibility with existing applications, says Program Manager Immo Landwerth in a recent post.
  • EMC Ships Open Source Tool for Cloud and IoT Devices
  • Watch Benjamin Hindman Co-Creator of Apache Mesos Speak Live Tomorrow at MesosCon [Ed: Microsoft proxy in a sense]
  • MesosCon Preview: Q&A with Twitter’s Chris Pinkham
  • How to secure your open source code [Ed: more marketing nonsense of Black Duck]
  • Luxembourg launches open data portal
    The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg officially launched its national open data portal data.public.lu on April 8th. This portal, supported by Digital Luxembourg, the government agency in charge of digital affairs in the country, was presented during the Game of Code hackathon.
  • Denmark to accelerate government digitisation
    Open standards The existing shared solutions are to be adopted by all authorities and public sector institutions where relevant, according to a presentation in English. “Shared solutions need to be stable, secure and user-friendly, they will also be easy to implement because the infrastructure is based on open standards.” The strategy, an agreement involving the government, regions and municipalities, was announced on 12 May. It includes 33 initiatives, which among other things deal with ease of use, reuse of data, IT architecture, growth, security and digital skills, DIGST says.