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Extreme Networks commits 95% of R&D to AI and automation
It aims to develop its solutions to enable a “secure, self-healing, self-driving network from the enterprise edge to the cloud.”
Sonatype and HackerOne partner on open source vulnerability reporting
Without a standard for responsible disclosure, even those who want to disclose vulnerabilities responsibly can get frustrated with the process.
SUSE completes move to independence
“Current IT trends make it clear that open source has become more important in the enterprise than ever before."
How Red Hat aims to accelerate business value with container technologies
Red Hat announced that leading global companies are creating, extending and deploying integration services across hybrid and multicloud environments using agile integration architectures based on Red Hat technologies.
The Linux Foundation welcomes 22 new members
"Open source is the basis for amazing innovation today, accelerating progress in AI and edge computing."
Top 3 cloud computing predictions – what’s in store for 2019?
Virtustream's Deepak Patil shares his predictions for how cloud computing will evolve in 2019.
A10 Networks’ four cloud security predictions for 2019
While many companies had previously been afraid of making the move, new advances in cloud security have reduced the number of successful cyber attacks.
O-RAN Alliance and Linux to create an open source software community
“Our joint efforts will help accelerate the creation, integration, and deployment of open source in RAN.”
A10 aims to secure Kubernetes container environments
The solution aims to provide teams deploying microservices applications with an automated way to integrate enterprise-grade security with comprehensive application visibility and analytics.
Open source will be the next big thing for the channel
Channel firms should be on the lookout for opportunities across open source and more diverse software offerings like software-defined containers and storage.
How AWS Lambda enables sharing common code between functions
Lambda supposedly makes it easy for developers to run code for virtually any type of application or back-end service.
“That’s the open source way!” The Red Hat Sydney Forum Keynote
Two Red Hat execs spoke at the Forum in Sydney about the state of the industry, the IBM acquisition, and how open source culture is the way forward.
Red Hat names local APAC innovation award winners
ANZ Bank and NZ Customs Service were honoured as Red Hat Innovation Awards APAC 2018 Winners in A/NZ.
Why open source is at the core of app development
The NativeScript framework was created to ease the app development process by leveraging a user’s existing web development skills.
IBM to spend $34b to acquire Red Hat
IBM and Red Hat will remain committed to the continued freedom of open source.
The NZ Open Source Awards winners announced!
The winners of the 2018 New Zealand Open Source Awards were announced at a sold-out gala dinner held at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington on Tuesday, October 23.
APAC banks aim to use open source to enhance agility
“Open source is increasingly seen as a gateway to quick innovation."
NVIDIA’s new GPU-acceleration platform for machine learning
NVIDIA’s new open source RAPIDS offering gives performance boost to end-to-end predictive data analytics.
Huge vulnerabilities in software supply chain being exploited
A very exposing report has revealed breaches are rising and response times are falling, largely due to shoddy software development practices.
Amazon CloudWatch adds custom metrics support
Amazon CloudWatch Agent now supports the ability to publish custom StatsD or collectd metrics to CloudWatch.
Solving the storage dilemma with open source storage
Business IT is facing storage growth that’s exceeding even the highest estimates, and there’s no sign of it slowing down anytime soon.
Solving the storage dilemma: Is open source the key?
"Unstructured data now makes up a large majority of business data and that presents a new set of challenges."
Agritech firm releases open-source water monitor built on Raspberry Pi
“Essentially we are giving away water management technology. There are very few people who understand how to design and build these technologies."
Exclusive: How open source is driving innovation in A/NZ
"Open source is quickly becoming mainstream and the community behind it just keeps on growing."