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  • User Data Manifesto 2.0 launched

    In October 2012 I announced the first version of the User Data Manifesto during the Latinoware Keynote in Brazil. The idea was to define some basic right that all users should have in the digital age. This was still before the Snowden revelations. But it was already very clear that the privacy and security is at risk by cloud services and SaaS solutions that totally ignore the rights and interests of their users. So the idea was to try to define what this rights should be in the internet age.

  • OpenStack Continues to Push Cloud Integration Vision

    At the OpenStack Silicon Valley event, the head of the OpenStack Foundation announces new nonprofit status and developer initiatives.
    OpenStack continues to move forward, even as new technologies like containers enter the cloud virtualization landscape. At the OpenStack Silicon Valley event on Aug. 26, OpenStack supporters discussed why the open-source cloud platform is thriving and detailed new efforts to keep momentum moving forward.

  • Making strides in container integration, and more OpenStack news
  • Blue Box OpenStack Lands on IBM Softlayer Servers

    IBM is moving quickly to integrate technology from the recently acquired Blue Box cloud into its Softlayer cloud services. IBM announced the acquisition of Blue Box on June 3.

  • OpenStack makes some important friends
  • Intel reveals big data's dirty little secret

    Companies are spending billions on tools and engineering to analyse big data, though many are hampered by one little problem: they still don't know what to do with all the data they collect.

    "This is the dirty little secret about big data: No one actually knows what to do with it," Jason Waxman, an Intel vice president and general manager of the company's cloud platforms group, said Thursday in a webcast for investors.

    "They think they know what to do with it, and they know they have to collect it, because you have to have a big data strategy. But deriving the insights from big data is a little harder to do," he said.

  • Apache Advances Open Source Lens Big Data Platform

    The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has advanced the open source Lens project for unified Big Data analytics, providing a single view of multiple tiered data sources.

  • Community App Catalog is a Big Priority for the OpenStack Foundation

How open source will power tomorrow’s tech unicorns

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With open source technology already powering business like Facebook, Google and Booking.com – and 70% of new apps – will it be the backbone of the next wave of unicorns?

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IBM adds Java to Bluemix for open source agility

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LinuxCon 2015 in Seattle: It's all about the servers

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Linux
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Then again, I always have a good time at Linux conferences. Whether they be the more community-driven events like the Southern California Linux Expo and LinuxFest Northwest or the more company-run expos like SUSECon and LinuxCon, these moments give me an opportunity to, quite simply, be around Linux nerds. Lots and lots of Linux nerds. These are my people.

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CoreOS Adds Intel Clear Container Technology in Rocket Containers

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CoreOS is moving forward with its development of the Rocket (rkt) container technology, thanks to some help from Intel. The latest rkt 0.8 release became generally available on Aug. 19, integrating Intel's Clear Containers technology, providing hardware-assisted container isolation and security.

In a video interview with eWEEK, Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, details the latest development in rkt security and why Docker will still be a key part of CoreOS for some time.

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Red Hat should double down on containers

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As Red Hat homes in on VMware, investing development resources in container-related efforts will pay off far more than propping up OpenStack

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IBM LinuxOne

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Alibaba and Linux

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SUSE brings its management software to the cloud

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SUSE may not get the headlines, but it's still a major Linux server power. That's why the news that SUSE is enabling its customers to use its SUSE Manager in the public cloud via SUSE's "bring-your-own-subscription" program is a big deal.

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