1Linux Foundation, Others Use Open Source Summit to Unveil New Projects
The Linux Foundation and other organizations have made significant announcements at Open Source Summit North America, which runs Sept. 11-14 in Los Angeles. Open Source Summit is the successor to the Linux Foundation’s LinuxCon conference. While the Linux Foundation initially only dealt with Linux, the organization has grown over the past decade to become the home of many open-source efforts. At Open Source Summit, the Linux Foundation grew its project roster further with the announcement of the Community Health Analytics Open Source Software (CHAOSS) project. Meanwhile, the EdgeX internet of things (IoT) effort announced new members. The Linux Foundation wasn’t the only organization making news at Open Source Summit, as both Dell and IBM unveiled new offerings at the event. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at seven news announcements the came out of the 2017 Open Source Summit.
2Open-Source Guides for the Enterprise
3CHAOSS Comes to Open Source
4CII Achieves Security Badge Milestone
5Kubernetes Certified Service Provider Program Debuts
The new Kubernetes Certified Service Provider program validates that an organization has at least three staff members who have passed the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam. The idea behind the program is to help end users identify organizations that have professional Kubernetes expertise.
6Samsung Joins EdgeX Foundry
7Dell Announces REX-Ray
8IBM Secures Containers on Linux Mainframes
IBM announced at the summit its updated LinuxOne Emperor II mainframe, powered by a 5.2GHz processor. IBM also announced its new LinuxOne Secure Service Containers offering that provides isolation and control for containers running on the mainframe.