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The Linux Foundation kicked off its LinuxCon event with the announcement of new efforts that will build on the promise of open-source collaboration.
Docker developers take the stage at Containercon and discuss their work on future container innovations for security and live migration.
Mozilla's open-source browser patches 14 vulnerabilities and hardens security to mitigate future risks.
The new offering gives cloud operators and network engineers the tools they need to simulate open networks in their own environments.
NodeSource, which focuses on Node.js development, has announced N|Support, a three-tiered support offering for Node.js in the enterprise.
Although Oracle has its own Linux operating system, it continues to push forward on its Solaris Unix OS. Oracle recently rolled out a beta preview release of the next-generation Solaris 11.3, which builds on improvements and innovations that Oracle has been developing since the Solaris 11 release...
Starting today, Microsoft will begin offering its cloud customers limited support for select Linux distros and open-source software platforms.
VIDEO: Doug Balog, general manager of IBM's Power Systems, discusses the big opportunity he sees for Power in Linux.