Canonical has a good track record for making enterprise-grade strides. Optimizing images for the Intel IoT platform sounds good.
Microsoft always gets the attention for some reason when it comes to open-source and Linux. And, it also comes to the limelight when we talk about Linux developers…why? It seems that Microsoft is hiring a lot of Linux developers for a range of projects. And, a popular name has
Broadcom, a semiconductor chip company, is infamous among desktop Linux users for the incompatibility issues with its wireless adapter/card and drivers. And, it is now planning to get into the cloud computing market by acquiring one of the biggest players in the industry, i.e., VMware. VMware is not
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is undoubtedly a significant player in the open-source enterprise ecosystem. If you didn’t know, IBM acquired it for $34 Billion in 2019. So, it is safe to say that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 was the last major release before the acquisition. There have been
The turn of the new year has triggered errors in Microsoft Exchange mail servers, causing thousands, possibly millions, of emails around the world to not get sent and staying stuck on email transport queues, in some cases even causing entire servers to crash. The server administration community has dubbed this
Google’s love for open-source projects is definitely worth applauding. The California-based tech giant has recently announced its $1 sponsorship for the Secure Open Source (SOS) pilot program managed by the Linux Foundation. Not long ago, Google committed $100 million to support third-party foundations fixing security issues in open-source software.
Recently, CloudLinux announced commercial support for its CentOS replacement offering. Now, they have unveiled something more exciting. A new brand ‘TuxCare‘ that aims to provide a range of Linux support services. This should enable various companies to easily opt for Linux enterprise support while harnessing the expertise of CloudLinux team