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Release of the latest candidates of dnf stack for Fedora 26

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I think if I will start to talk that Fedora 26 is coming and that there will be DNF-2.x as default packager, I am not providing any new information.
But If I will say that DNF made a huge progress not only from point of presence of new features, enhanced stability and over all user experience, probably it would be something to attract people’s attention. The latest releases have provided the spirit with following highlights.

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Prince Sultan University and Money for Red Hat

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Quick tip: calculator in the Fedora Workstation overview

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Most Fedora users are probably aware that Fedora Workstation ships with a basic calculator application. This small app has pretty much always been a part of the Fedora desktop. However, did you know that the Calculator app in Fedora Workstation also has a built-in search provider allowing you to perform quick calculations directly in the overview? Great for quick, on-off calculations without having to launch a separate app.

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Servers and Red Hat/Fedora

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  • Calçado's Microservices Prerequisites

    In May 2017, I gave a talk at Craft Conf in Budapest focusing on the economics of Microservices. You can watch the video recording here or read through the slides here. In this talk, I have briefly discussed a set of proposed prerequisites for microservices, which are the things I believe you should have in place before considering a widespread adoption of the architecture style. Since the presentation, the list has been referenced by other works in the distributed systems space, so I want to use this post to expand on these prerequisites.

  • Heptio Comes Out of Stealth Mode with a Kubernetes Configuration Tool, ksonnet
  • Enough with the microservices

    Much has been written on the pros and cons of microservices, but unfortunately I’m still seeing them as something being pursued in a cargo cult fashion in the growth-stage startup world. At the risk of rewriting Martin Fowler’s Microservice Premium article, I thought it would be good to write up some thoughts so that I can send them to clients when the topic arises, and hopefully help people avoid some of the mistakes I’ve seen. The mistake of choosing a path towards a given architecture or technology on the basis of so-called best practices articles found online is a costly one, and if I can help a single company avoid it then writing this will have been worth it.

  • Container Technologies Overview

    Containers are lightweight OS-level virtualizations that allow us to run an application and its dependencies in a resource-isolated process. All the necessary components that are required to run an application are packaged as a single image and can be re-used. While an image is executed, it runs in an isolated environment and does not share memory, CPU, or the disk of the host OS. This guarantees that processes inside the container cannot watch any processes outside the container.

  • Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) Stock Will Show Resistance At $89.59
  • recommendations for future Fedora / Perl improvements
  • DORS/CLUC 2017 event report

Announcing the Release of Fedora 26 Beta

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The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Fedora 26 Beta, the next big step on our journey to the exciting Fedora 26 release in July.

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Fedora 26 Beta Released

Fedora 26 Beta Linux distro is finally here with GNOME 3.24 and updated LibreOffice

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KSA's Prince Sultan University joins Red Hat Academy

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Prince Sultan University has announced a collaboration with Red Hat, global provider of open source solutions, to create the King Salman Education for Employment Program Red Hat Academy.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 Beta now available

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This morning Red Hat has announced the release of RHEL 7.4 Beta providing a "rich and stable foundation for both existing applications and a new generation of workloads and solutions".

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