eWEEK: OpenStack's catalog provides apps in multiple formats, including Murano packages, Glance images and Heat templates. Now firms can find apps in one place.
Datamation: NASA engineer explains how OpenStack is a key part of enabling space exploration.
eWEEK: The integrated release model is dead, being replaced with a new "Big Tent" model. OpenStack's new approach for releases will add a diverse array of projects.
opensource.com: Fritzing is an open source application that allows users to create schematics by selecting parts from a large part library, connecting them, and laying them out on a virtual breadboard.
Since the devastating earthquake in Nepal, there have been responses from all over the world from relief agencies, governments
The VAR Guy: Tensions between the free software/open source community and Apple date back to the 1980s
xmodulo: MongoDB has become the most famous NoSQL database on the market.
HowToForge: Linux is renown for its stability, rigidness and superior error-free functionality,
HowToForge: OwnCloud is a server software for data synchronization and file-sharing with an easy to use web-based frontend that is available under a open source license.
opensource.com: Titles in video have always been difficult.
softpedia: As you might know the default desktop environment of Fedora Linux is GNOME
The OpenStack Foundation is rolling out its first round of interoperability testing that defines a common core for all OpenStack-powered platforms.
eWEEK VIDEO: Mark Shuttleworth announces the availability of Ubuntu Phone in China at the OpenStack Vancouver event.
ServerWatch: OpenStack isn't just being used for new workloads, as the study found that 52 percent of respondents are planning on leveraging OpenStack for existing virtualized workloads.
Datamation: The retail powerhouse explains how it's using OpenStack in its vast IT infrastructure.
eWEEK: The company's new offering provides packaged engineered hardware to enable an organization to deploy and manage an OpenStack cloud, taking on VCE's vBlock.
LinuxGizmos: Arduino announced a smaller, cheaper "Mini" version of the Arduino Yun SBC that offers fewer real-world ports, but gives more control to Linux.
tecmint: GLPI is a fantastic piece of information-resource management software that can be installed to track company resources.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Rob Sherwood, CTO of Big Switch Networks explains how Open Network Linux is a key part of his company's SDN efforts
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