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Charmed Kubeflow 1.4 Brings Smart, Agile MLOps to any Cloud

Canonical is pushing the limits to automate the full lifecycle of feature engineering, training, and release workflows for machine learning models with its MLOps platform Charmed Kubeflow 1.4. The new free release enables data science teams to securely collaborate on AI/ML innovation on any cloud, f...

Cybersecurity researchers uncovered a vicious new threat that hides as legitimate systems software. With Linux kernel 5.12 you can update firmware, no reboot required. The last refinement in LibreOffice 7 series paves the way for a new set of features when Series 8 arrives. If that is not enough to ...

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New Breeze Theme Gives KDE Neon Release Lots of Sparkle

KDE Neon 5.23 is an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution featuring the latest KDE Plasma desktop and other KDE community software. With an edge over other KDE installations, the Neon project provides a rapidly evolving software repository with all the latest KDE software.

OSS News: Court, Governments Newfound Support, Plus Latest Linux Niceties

Last year closed out with solid developments in the open-source world. Expect that progress to continue as this new year moves forward. 2022 arrived on the heels of three key European rulings that lend support to the open-source concept. Meanwhile, Linux distributions continue to debut new features ...

Deadly Log4j Hole Expands Victim Vulnerability

This nasty software bug has much of the IT world in a panic as it follows us into the New Year. No doubt, many organizations and SMBs with no IT staff are clueless about its existence. But ignorance of Log4j only makes them more susceptible to an attack. They remain defenseless.

Study Reveals Open-Source Community’s Diversity Pain Points, Progress

Study after study reveals that diversity among technology builders leads to better, more robust technologies. But the industry continues to struggle with increasing diversity. The open-source software community is no exception. Building and sustaining inclusive communities can attract a more diverse...

OSS News: Learn More Linux, More Zen for ML, Desktop Linux New and Old

As 2021 comes to a close, here's a roundup of some of the latest developments in the world of Linux and open-source software. On the menu we have: Linux Foundation training courses; more Linux desktop features; new OS releases; and a fresh approach to help data scientists handle machine learning.

PRODUCT REVIEW

HP Chromebase Makes Chrome OS Desktops a Smart Choice

HP's Chromebase 22-aa0012 is a unique form factor with a spinning 21.5-inch display, striking performance, and clean aesthetics that make it a game-changing alternative for desktop computers. This all-in-one is the first and only Chrome OS-powered desktop to feature a fully rotating display.

SaaS Boom Puts Software Sellers on Road to Recurring Revenue

Nearly 400 top-level corporate executives at software and device firms responded to a Revenera survey revealing the growing importance of SaaS and subscription models for the software industry. The study shows that today's dominant software monetization models are subscription and perpetual licensin...

OSS News: A Linux Takeover in Germany, Distro Updates, New Projects, Linux Tutelage

Here are some of the latest developments in the world of open source software: A German state is switching 25,000 Windows PCs to Linux; updates to several Linux distros; The Linux Foundation creates the Quantum Intermediate Representation Alliance and new courses for Linux education.

OSS News: Enterprise Linux, Microsoft Replacements, Fuzzy Linux Solutions

Open-source innovations and the Linux operating system continue to set complacency aside. Here's a roundup of the latest developments from the Linux Foundation, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SoftMaker, and the Google Open Source Security Team.

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Hunting for Kernel Glitches, DevSec Tools, Edge for Linux, More Ubuntu Outlets

Today LinuxInsider introduces a bimonthly news column to summarize some of the Linux and open-source consumer and enterprise events scattered around the Linux Sphere. Look forward to an assortment of topics that will keep Linux users and open-source supporters up to speed with new developments.

Canonical Launches Ubuntu 21.10 With Few Surprises

Canonical has released Ubuntu 21.10, Impish Indri. The new version of its flagship OS has a heavy focus on cloud-native, AI/ML, and Ubuntu developers on Windows. This is not a major distro upgrade. Nonetheless, Ubuntu 21.10 does play catch up with the latest Wayland improvements and GNOME 40 -- fina...

Enterprises Embrace Open Source To Tackle Growing Data Management Challenges

Linux Foundation Research and SODA Foundation have released study results on new data and storage trends for enterprise. The 2021 Data and Storage Trends Report reveals enterprise use of data and storage as it relates to cloud services and workloads in the era of cloud native, edge, IoT and 5G. Data...

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Zorin OS 16: Better GNOME With Much More Simplicity

Zorin OS is one of the more endearing Linux operating systems available for both Linux veterans and computer users transitioning from Windows. But despite some stellar improvements, Zorin OS 16 falls short of offering wider user appeal to those looking beyond Windows-like computing. However, this la...

Canonical Breathes Longer Life Into Two Ubuntu Aging Releases

The prolonged lifecycle of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 16.04 LTS turns a new page in Canonical's commitment to enabling enterprise environments, said Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos, product manager at Canonical. By prolonging the operating system lifecycle to 10 years, Canonical is helping organizations to better...

Gitpod Answers Developers’ Call To Run Upstream VS Code in Browser

Gitpod is making a browser-based VS Code developer experience accessible to everyone. This allows developers and teams to run VS Code on cloud-powered servers and access it from any device using only a web browser. The new project was initiated in response to continuing inquiries from developers, ac...

Ransomware Attacks Have Gone Stratospheric: Report

Positive Technologies has released a report that indicates ransomware attacks have reached "stratospheric levels." The report finds ransomware assaults now account for 69 percent of all attacks involving malware. That is among the most disturbing findings. The research also reveals that the volume ...

More Open Source Jobs Remain Vacant With Scarcity of Skilled Linux Talent

Hiring is rebounding in the wake of the pandemic, as organizations look to continue their digital transformation activities. This is evidenced by 50 percent of employers The Linux Foundation surveyed who stated they are increasing hires this year. However, employers must be ready to face a shortage ...

SPDX Becomes New Standard for Open-Source Software, Security

Backed by many of the world's largest companies for more than a decade, the Software Package Data Exchange specification is now an internationally recognized ISO/IEC JTC 1 standard. This comes during a transformational time for software and supply chain security. The Linux Foundation announced Thur...

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