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  • Red Hat: Investors Underestimate ‘OpenShift,’ Says CLSA

    CLSA’s Ed Maguire today reiterated a Buy rating on shares of Red Hat (RHT), a distributor of the Linux operating system, as well as other open-source software, writing that investors don’t fully appreciate the company’s “OpenShift,” which is the company’s toolkit for developing cloud computing applications.

    The note is based on a conference call Maguire hosted with Red Hat veep Ashesh Badani, who runs the OpenShift effort.

  • Ansible roadmap under Red Hat points towards Redmond

    How long will we have to wait for all this goodness? Nottingham said Ansible wanted to get back to more frequent releases, and 2.1 is apparently slated for late April.

  • Red Hat in Google cloud Gluster chuck
  • Red Hat Adds Gluster Software-Defined Storage to Google Cloud Platform
  • Impressions of #AnsibleFest London 2016

    The #AnsibleFest London 2016 took place near the O2 Arena and lasted the entire day. The main highlight of the conference was the network automation coming along with Ansible now. Other very interesting talks covered very helpful tips about managing Windows Servers, the 101 on modules, how to implement continuous deployment, the journey of a french bank towards DevOps, how Cisco devices can be managed and how to handle immutable infrastructure. All focused on Ansible, of course.

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Security: Updates, Intel, Torvalds

  • Security updates for Tuesday
  • Intel: We've found severe bugs in secretive Management Engine, affecting millions
    Thanks to an investigation by third-party researchers into Intel's hidden firmware in certain chips, Intel decided to audit its firmware and on Monday confirmed it had found 11 severe bugs that affect millions of computers and servers. The flaws affect Management Engine (ME), Trusted Execution Engine (TXE), and Server Platform Services (SPS).
  • Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 71 - GitHub's Security Scanner
    Josh and Kurt talk about GitHub's security scanner and Linus' security email. We clarify the esoteric difference between security bugs and non security bugs.
  • Linus Torvalds 'sorry' for swearing, blames popularity of Linux itself
    Linux overlord Linus Torvalds has apologised – a bit – for calling some security-centric kernel contributors “f*cking morons”. Torvalds unleashed a profanity-laden rant at Google developer Kees Cook, over the latter's proposal to harden the kernel. Another Google security chap, Matthew Garret, asked Torvalds “ Can you clarify a little with regard to how you'd have liked this patchset to look?” To which Torvalds responded that “I think the actual status of the patches is fairly good with the default warning.”

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