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AGL Showcase at CES

Friday 27th of October 2017 09:12:36 PM

Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is a collaborative open source project that is accelerating development of a fully open software platform for automotive applications. As a CES 2018 exhibitor, AGL will have a public Showcase in CES Tech West in The Venetian, highlighting our members and the broader AGL ecosystem. 

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Event Title: AGL Showcase at CES27 OctLearn more

Linux Foundation Member Legal Summit

Friday 27th of October 2017 08:56:28 PM

The ​Linux ​Foundation ​Legal ​Summit ​is ​a ​neutral ​legal ​forum ​where ​leading ​attorneys ​from ​companies ​leveraging ​open ​source ​solutions ​can ​work ​together ​to ​focus ​on ​and ​discuss ​issues ​of ​common ​interest ​and ​concern. ​ 

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OPNFV Plugfest

Friday 27th of October 2017 08:50:55 PM

Come join the ​fourth ​OPNFV ​Plugfest at ​the ​facilities ​of ​OPNFV ​member ​company, ​Intel. ​The event will focus on interoperability of the OPNFV platform in deployment, network integration, VNF applications, etc. Both OPNFV members and non-members are welcome to attend.

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Event Title: OPNFV Plugfest27 OctLearn more

Open vSwitch Fall Conference

Friday 27th of October 2017 08:44:18 PM

The Open vSwitch team will host our fourth annual conference focused on Open vSwitch and OVN on November 16 and 17, 2017, to be held at the Club Auto Sport, San Jose.

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Event Title: Open vSwitch Fall Conference27 OctLearn more

DPDK

Friday 27th of October 2017 08:36:24 PM

DPDK is a set of libraries and drivers for fast packet processing. It is designed to run on any processors. The first supported CPU was Intel x86 and it is now extended to IBM POWER and ARM. It runs mostly in Linux userland. A FreeBSD port is available for a subset of DPDK features.

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Event Title: DPDK27 OctLearn more

Hyperledger Member Summit

Friday 27th of October 2017 08:29:47 PM

Hyperledger ​Member ​Summit ​is ​the ​premier ​event ​of ​the ​year ​for ​our ​community, ​bringing ​all ​our ​stakeholders ​together ​face-to-face ​to ​learn ​and ​collaborate ​with ​each ​other, ​across ​both ​technical ​and ​business ​topics.

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Event Title: Hyperledger Member Summit27 OctLearn more

This Week in Open Source News: Open Source Summit Europe Is Platform for Several Important Announcements

Friday 27th of October 2017 03:00:17 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source News: Open Source Summit Europe Is Platform for Several Important Announcements27 OctLearn more

Void Linux: A Salute to Old-School Linux

Friday 27th of October 2017 02:00:59 PM
Title: Void Linux: A Salute to Old-School Linux27 OctLearn more

Calculating IPv6 Subnets in Linux

Thursday 26th of October 2017 02:00:49 PM
Title: Calculating IPv6 Subnets in Linux26 OctLearn more

Linux Laptops Get a Boost from Hacker Board Projects

Wednesday 25th of October 2017 07:02:39 PM
Title: Linux Laptops Get a Boost from Hacker Board Projects25 OctLearn more

Flexibility, Choice, and Open Source Drive Oracle’s Cloud Focus

Tuesday 24th of October 2017 02:15:47 PM
Title: Flexibility, Choice, and Open Source Drive Oracle’s Cloud Focus24 OctLearn more

Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator: Gabriel Rojo Argote

Monday 23rd of October 2017 02:00:34 PM
Title: Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator: Gabriel Rojo Argote23 OctLearn more

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