The Cloud Foundry Foundation on Wednesday announced the launch of a worldwide cloud-native developer certification initiative.
The foundation created the cloud developer certification program to fill the widening gap of trained programmers for cloud apps and services. The Linux Foundation -- which has trained and certified more developers on open source software than any organization in the world -- will provide the instruction.
More than a dozen leading technology, education and systems integration organizations around the world will participate in the cloud certification program. Companies involved in the initial training and certification rollout include Engineer Better, IBM, Pivotal, Resilient Scale, SAP, Stark and Wayne, and Swisscom.
AMD Ryzen DDR4 Memory Scaling Tests On Linux
This week MSI finally released an updated BIOS for the X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM that we've been using for a majority of our Ryzen Linux benchmarks. With that motherboard improving memory compatibility and allowing us to finally run the board at higher DDR4 memory clock frequencies, I've run some fresh AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Ubuntu Linux benchmarks at various memory frequencies.
Those testing the experimental DC/DAL support had long been using a Linux ~4.9 Git tree maintained by Alex Deucher while now the 4.12 work-in-progress kernel has the latest DC code along with the Vega10 enablement.