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  • Oracle Linux 8 Released (2019/07/19 21:17)

    Oracle has announced the general availability of Oracle Linux 8. With the release, the core operating environment and associated packages for a typical Oracle Linux 8 server are distributed through a combination of BaseOS and Applications Streams. BaseOS gives you a running user space for the operating environment. Application Streams provides a range of applications that were previously distributed in Software Collections, as well as other products and programs, that can run within the user space.

  • First Preview Release Of Fedora CoreOS (2019/07/19 21:12)

    First Preview Release Of Fedora CoreOS

  • VMware To Acquire AI, ML Accelerator Bitfusion (2019/07/19 21:07)

    VMware is acquiring Austin, Texas-based Bitfusion in a move to boost its ability to support artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) workloads in its core vSphere virtualization platform. Bitfusion last year joined VMware’s Technology Alliance Partner program. It later linked its FlexDirect platform with VMware and Mellanox for attaching GPUs to any virtual machine (VM) and be part of a common infrastructure resource pool.

    Source: SDX Central

  • SAP Contributes UI5 Web Component to Open Source community (2019/07/18 22:45)

    SAP has deepened its commitment to the developer and open source community with the contribution of UI5 Web Components, a comprehensive library for Web developers. The new UI5 Web Components from SAP allow developers to take advantage of the features offered by OpenUI5 while using other frameworks such as React, Angular or Vue.js. This library enables web developers to create enterprise-grade Web applications more easily. 

  • GitLab Survey Reveals Disconnect Between Developer And Security Teams (2019/07/18 22:19)

    In a survey conducted by GitLab, software professionals recognize the need for security to be baked into the development lifecycle, but the survey showed long-standing friction between security and development teams remain. While 69% of developers say they’re expected to write secure code, nearly half of security pros surveyed (49%) said they struggle to get developers to make remediation of vulnerabilities a priority. And 68% of security professionals feel fewer than half of developers are able to spot security vulnerabilities later in the lifecycle.

  • Linux Foundation Energy member TenneT “open sources” their open source strategy (2019/07/18 14:56)

    This post was written by Loek Bakker, Corporate Information Management Office Head at TenneT

    TenneT is the first European cross-border electricity transmission system operator (TSO), with activities in the Netherlands and in Germany, providing uninterrupted electricity to over 41 million people. The security of our supply is among the best in Europe, with 99.99% grid availability. With the energy transition, TenneT is contributing to a future in which wind and solar energy are the most important primary sources to produce electricity.

  • New EvilGnome Backdoor Spies on Linux Users, Steals Their Files (2019/07/17 21:13)

    A new Linux malware masquerading as a Gnome shell extension and designed to spy on unsuspecting Linux desktop users was discovered by Intezer Labs' researchers in early July. "EvilGnome’s functionalities include desktop screenshots, file stealing, allowing capturing audio recording from the user’s microphone and the ability to download and execute further modules," Intezer researchers found.
    Source: Bleeping Computer

  • IBM announces three new open source projects (2019/07/17 21:10)

    IBM has announced three new open source projects for developers to help them build cloud-native apps faster for Kubernetes. All three projects — Kabanero, Appsody, and Codewind — are hosted on GitHub. Kabanero brings together open source projects Knative, Istio, and Tekton, with new open projects Codewind, Appsody, and Razee into an end-to-end solution for developers to architect, build, deploy, and manage the lifecycle of Kubernetes-based applications.

    Source: IBM

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