A shift to the Linux app store experience

A shift to the Linux app store experience

Linux software developers historically have faced a number of challenges including fragmentation, distribution complexity and a lack of metrics into the success of their applications.

Remote monitoring at the edge with MicroK8s

One of the benefits of the internet of things is the feedback loop created between operators and connected devices. Instrumented devices communicate sensor data to operators, who monitor the data, take actions and elicit further control decisions. To leverage the benefit of such feedback loops, it is therefore necessary to have monitoring tools in the stack.

Manjaro, snaps and the spirit of collaboration

Linux distributions are all about freedom of choice for the end-user. However, there is a natural element of competition too. So, why did Philip Müller, one of the founders of the Manjaro distribution, come to the 2019 Snapcraft Summit in Montreal?

Monitoring at the edge with MicroK8s

One of the benefits of the internet of things is the feedback loop created between operators and connected devices. Instrumented devices communicate sensor data to operators, who monitor the data, take actions and elicit further control decisions. To leverage the benefit of such feedback loops, it is therefore necessary to have monitoring tools in the stack.

DebConf19 closes in Curitiba and DebConf20 dates announced

Today, Saturday 27 July 2019, the annual Debian Developers
and Contributors Conference came to a close.
Hosting more than 380 attendees from 50 different countries over a
combined 145 event talks, discussion sessions,
Birds of a Feather (BoF) gatherings, workshops, and activities,
DebConf19 was a large success.

Getting started with AI

Getting started with Artificial Intelligence

From the smallest startups to the largest enterprises alike, organisations are using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to make the best, fastest, most informed decisions to overcome their biggest business challenges.

Getting started with AI

Getting started with Artificial Intelligence

From the smallest startups to the largest enterprises alike, organisations are using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to make the best, fastest, most informed decisions to overcome their biggest business challenges.

Handy productivity software for your home and office

Discovery is an integral part of any store experience. Sometimes, you know what you want and need, and the experience can be short and transactional. On other occasions, you want to explore, and search for new things. This applies equally to shopping malls as it does to software.

Manjaro, snaps and the spirit of collaboration

Linux distributions are all about freedom of choice for the end-user. However, there is a natural element of competition too. So, why did Philip Müller, one of the founders of the Manjaro distribution, come to the 2019 Snapcraft Summit in Montreal?

The 10 new rules of open source infrastructure

The 10 new rules of Open Source infrastructure

Recently, I gave a keynote at the Cloud Native / OpenStack Days in Tokyo titled “the ten new rules of open source infrastructure”. It was well received and folks pointed out on Twitter that they would like to see more detail around those ten rules. Others seemed to benefit from clarifying commentary.

The 10 new rules of open source infrastructure

The 10 new rules of Open Source infrastructure

Recently, I gave a keynote at the Cloud Native / OpenStack Days in Tokyo titled “the ten new rules of open source infrastructure”. It was well received and folks pointed out on Twitter that they would like to see more detail around those ten rules. Others seemed to benefit from clarifying commentary.

Getting Started with Knative on Ubuntu


What is Knative?

Knative is a Kubernetes-based platform to build, deploy, and manage modern serverless workloads. There are three key features in Knative that help deliver its serverless mission:

Getting Started with Knative on Ubuntu


What is Knative?

Knative is a Kubernetes-based platform to build, deploy, and manage modern serverless workloads. There are three key features in Knative that help deliver its serverless mission:

Mir support for Wayland

What is Mir, what is Wayland, do I care?

Shells for graphical interfaces come in many forms, from digital signage and kiosks that just show a single full screen application; to desktop environments that manage multiple applications, multiple screens and multiple workspaces. Traditionally, shells are built from a number of closely coupled components: display servers, compositors, window managers and panels.

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