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​Here’s what happens to CoreOS now that Red Hat owns it

special feature Integrating the Hybrid Cloud As far and fast as cloud computing is embedding itself into the enterprise, there remain many cloud-resistant applications and services. Read More One of the biggest questions at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco was “What will Red Hat be doing with its recent CoreOS acquisition?” Now we know. In a presentation, Ben Breard, ... Read More »

​Here’s what happens to CoreOS now that Red Hat owns it

special feature Integrating the Hybrid Cloud As far and fast as cloud computing is embedding itself into the enterprise, there remain many cloud-resistant applications and services. Read More One of the biggest questions at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco was “What will Red Hat be doing with its recent CoreOS acquisition?” Now we know. In a presentation, Ben Breard, ... Read More »

​Here’s what happens to CoreOS now that Red Hat owns it

special feature Integrating the Hybrid Cloud As far and fast as cloud computing is embedding itself into the enterprise, there remain many cloud-resistant applications and services. Read More One of the biggest questions at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco was “What will Red Hat be doing with its recent CoreOS acquisition?” Now we know. In a presentation, Ben Breard, ... Read More »

​Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: The Linux for AI, clouds, and containers

Video: Supercomputing has an undisputed champion: Linux Cloud TV How business leaders are embracing cloud services The cloud is disrupting traditional operating models for IT departments and entire organizations. Read More Even in 2018, if you ask most people what they know about Ubuntu, they’ll tell you it’s a desktop Linux. Oh, but there’s so, so much more to Canonical‘s ... Read More »

Windows security: Microsoft issues fix for critical Docker tool flaw, so patch now

Video: Microsoft’s reverse engineering unveils secrets of FinFisher government spyware. Microsoft has released a patch for a critical remote code execution flaw affecting a Windows service used for importing Docker container images. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-201808115, is due to the Windows Host Compute Service Shim (hcsshim) library not properly validating input from container images while importing them. A remote ... Read More »

HPE partners with Red Hat to bring containers to production

Having trouble bringing containers into production? Red Hat and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have an answer. They’re optimizing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHOCP), Red Hat’s Kubernetes container orchestration platform, on HPE platforms, including HPE Synergy. Sure, it’s easy to deploy containerized applications in development and test environments, but it’s not so easy in enterprise-sized production environments. Enterprises often require ... Read More »

Atari’s Linux-powered VCS console gets pre-order date, $199 starting price

(Image: Atari) The Atari VCS (formerly known as Ataribox) is edging closer to no longer being vaporware, with the company’s announcement that it will finally be available for pre-order. The video game console/mini-PC combo is slated to go on sale on May 30 via crowdfunding site Indiegogo. Even better, we learn a few more details about a system that has ... Read More »

Raspberry Pi-alike NanoPi K1 Plus: For $35 you get 2xRAM, 4K video, Gigabit Ethernet

Video: How to set up your Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. FriendlyElec has released a $35 rival to the Raspberry Pi 3 B+, outdoing the better-known board with 2GB of memory, Gigabit Ethernet, and a more powerful GPU. The NanoPi K1 Plus follows FriendlyElec’s Nano Pi K2, released last year with similar dimensions to the Raspberry Pi 3 for $40. ... Read More »

​How to upgrade to Ubuntu Linux 18.04

Video: Learn how to install Linux Mint ​Linus on Linux’s 25th birthday Linus Torvalds describes Linux’s secret origins. Read More Soon, Ubuntu 18.04, aka the Bionic Beaver, and Canonical‘s next long-term support version of its popular Linux distribution will be out. That means it’s about time to consider how to upgrade to the latest and greatest Ubuntu Linux. First, keep ... Read More »

Microsoft offers limited-time 30 percent discount on SQL Server on Linux

Microsoft is introducing a limited-time offer under which users can get 30 percent off the traditional subscription price of SQL Server 2017 on Linux. The discount is good through June 30, 2018. To get the deal, users need to contact a Microsoft account rep or Microsoft partner, according to the company’s web site. The deal applies to those with Enterprise ... Read More »

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