LinuxBSDos: I finally figured out that Varnish was the source of the problems and errors I was dealing with.
OpenSource.com: More than 100 sessions ranging from simple tutorials and workshops to deep technical dives and everything in between.
CIO Engage: Canonical, the Ubuntu Linux and Juju Development/Operations (DevOps) program parent company, is turning Juju into a tool that makes setting clouds up a drag-and-drop operation.
OpenSource.com: In this week's edition of the open source news roundup, we look at the end of Ubuntu One, a totally-open laptop, Microsoft's recent steps toward openness, and more.
Linux Gizmos: Insyde Software's enhanced Android BSP supports reference boards for the Bay Trail-M (notebooks) and Bay Trail-D (desktop) SoC families in addition to Atom E3800 Bay Trail-I.
Eye on Linux: In case you haven't been following it, there's been rather an ugly controversy involving Mozilla’s (now former) CEO Brendan Eich.
ZDNet: I'm going to focus on native Linux and Web-based programs that you can use to duplicate your Windows XP software functionality.
The VAR Guy: MapR has integrated Elasticsearch, the open source, scalable Big Data search platform, into the MapR Apache Hadoop distribution.
Softpedia: The Humble Bundle people are continuing to support the Linux community and most of their collections of games comes with versions for the Linux platform.
GigaOM: As a part of a federal order to make technology transfer faster, NASA is building a central location for the public to dig into more than 1,000 of its past projects.
Tech Crunch: Not to be outflanked by rivals, Intel has released the $99 Minnowboard Max, a tiny single-board computer that runs Linux and Android.
Binary Tides: These tools monitor the traffic flowing through network interfaces and measure the speed at which data is currently being transferred.
LinuxJournal: Linux can't be understood in terms of hierarchy. Neither can the Internet. That's because both are examples of heterarchy at work.
OpenSource.com: Udo is Section Manager for Linux Strategy and Server Automation at Amadeus Data Processing GmbH and will be giving a talk with Vijay Bellur at DevNation in San Francisco
ZDnet: The new release of the commercial version of the popular NGINX Web server looks like it will bring great performance improvements.
oVirt: Last week, the oVirt Project delivered a new version of its open source virtualization management system, complete with a feature I've eagerly awaited for the past two years.
GamingOnLinux: Today Epic Games is bringing the dynamite with news about Unreal Engine 4.1 and it's Linux/SteamOS support.
eWEEK VIDEO: Cisco's Rebecca Jacoby explains what the role of CIO is and where the source of truth rests within the network.
Tux Arena: OpenTTD 1.4.0, a free clone of the Transport Tycoon Deluxe game, has seen a new release.
Xmodulo: In this demonstration, we will be using a self-signed certificate. It is assumed that Apache web server is already installed on CentOS.