The latest release is focused on hybrid cloud.
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The company is building its second OS powered by Linux.
In a surprise move, Solomon Hykes, the creator of Docker has left the company.
The company celebrated its 25th anniversary with ~$3 billion in annual revenue.
A lot of new features are there in this release.
Mozilla has picked Snap to deliver its application to Linux users.
The new release comes with new features for mission critical workloads.
The Kali Linux developers even managed to run full blown XFCE desktop via WSL.
It will be an ‘opt-out’ feature.
The whitepaper answers some of the pressing questions around serverless computing.
The new version comes with an experimental ribbon interface.
One of the biggest contributors to the Kubernetes project has joined the Red Hat family.
RHEL 7.5 comes with enhanced security and usability features.
Intel is asking users to stop deploying the patches
The new laptop comes with Ubuntu 16.04 pre loaded.
Torvalds is not happy with the way Intel handled these two vulnerabilities.
You can now run the latest version of LibreOffice Online in your own cloud.
The fully open source project is designed to help engineers build machine learning stack using Kubernetes.
The Kubernetes community gathered in Austin Texas.
Dell responds to the reports of critical vulnerabilities in IME.
Torvalds said that developers should focus more on debugging than resorting to fallback mode.
Red Hat adopts cure provisions of GPLv3 to help companies fix GPL violations.
Torvalds lashes out at a Canonical developer who introduced a regression.
Developers can now also access free of cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer subscriptions on Fedora 27.
Samsung is testing Linux desktop for its DeX experience.