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Little Suse wakes up, Linux shakes up

After years of playing second fiddle to Red Hat Enterprise Linux, can Suse Linux complete its post-Novell comeback?

Debian devs vote down anti-systemd measure, sponsor steps down

Project leader Ian Jackson resigns from technical committee after the measure to slow systemd adoption fails

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SDN in action: Hands-on with Cumulus Linux

Imagine being able to manage scores of network switches as easily as scores of servers; Cumulus Linux makes it happen

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Prominent developers pulling out of Debian as voting deadline nears

Four prominent members of the Debian community have stepped down or reduced their involvement in the open source project as a result of an increasingly bitter argument over the future of the widely influential Linux distribution.

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Suse jumps into software-defined storage

As its steady post-Novell recovery continues, Suse moves into enterprise software-defined storage

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4 ways Docker is remaking Linux

Red Hat, Ubuntu, Suse, and CoreOS are following different paths for adopting Docker and its virtualization technology

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RHEL takes up Docker management with Atomic Host

RHEL 7 Atomic Host provides management for both legacy Red Hat infrastructure and new container-based applications

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Red Hat confuses Linux users with latest Fedora moves

Fedora for servers? Red Hat's copious new Fedora community options seem odd at best

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Why CoreOS is a game-changer in the data center and cloud

Offering Linux as a service, CoreOS has become the preferred distro for Docker -- and may go a long way toward making data centers more cloudlike

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Docker container or VM? Canonical's LXD splits the difference

With LXD, Docker containers can emulate virtual machines while maintaining close-to-the-metal speed and high security

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Fedora 21 rolls three versions of Linux into one OS

The beta release for the latest version of Red Hat's Fedora distribution splits the OS into cloud, server, and workstation versions

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Why Microsoft Azure's embrace of open source is real

The new Microsoft: Azure CTO Mark Russinovich pursues a compelling vision -- enabled by Docker, Linux, and Google

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Microsoft 'loves' Linux? Then stop attacking open source

Like an abusive partner, Microsoft says it 'loves' Linux -- when what it means is that it desperately needs Linux


Red Hat brings Docker deployment to Software Collections

Red Hat will distribute apps via Docker to aid containerized development and plot possible future path for software updates

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Parallels CTO: Linux container security is not the problem

James Bottomley of Parallels, a key contributor to containerization on Linux, pushes back on security claims and other criticisms


Suse Linux Enterprise 12 goes light on Docker, heavy on reliability

Update to Suse's Linux distribution for enterprises emphasizes reliability and support over bleeding-edge tech

Suse enterprise Linux can take your system back in time

Rollback feature will be handy when configuration changes don't go well

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What we talk about when we talk about Linux and systemd

The raging debate over systemd exposes the two factions tugging at modern-day Linux

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