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Ceph Open Source Storage Grows With Red Hat Backing

Editor's Note: This article is paid for by Red Hat as a Diamond-level sponsor of the Linux Foundation's Vault storage conference and was written by Linux.com.

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SUSE Explains Why the Future of Enterprise Storage is Open Source

The storage market is growing rapidly, creating a new market for open source solutions, software-defined storage, and cloud computing. So SUSE's announcement last month of its new enterprise storage solution based on the open source Ceph project is perfectly timed.

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15 Questions from Kernel.org SysAdmin Konstantin Ryabitsev's Reddit AMA

Linux Foundation System Administrator Konstanin Ryabitsev works on the team that runs the systems behind Linux kernel development on kernel.org.

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Blind Genetics Researcher Wants to Learn Linux But Needs a Tutor

Anyone can learn Linux, given motivation and time to do so. But Thomas Hahn was born with albinism – a genetic disorder that's left him nearly blind – and despite his great desire to transfer his Windows programming skills to Linux, it's been nearly impossible to do on his own.

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Samsung, OpenChain Aim to Build Trust With Open Source Compliance

Samsung is a top-five contributor to the Linux kernel and contributes upstream to more than 25 other open source projects.

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Dronecode: Taking the Internet of Things to the Skies

In 2007 former Wired Magazine Editor Chris Anderson built a Lego mindstorms robot with his kids in an effort to get them interested in science. Two years later he founded 3DRobotics, now the largest personal drone company in North America.

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How to Get Involved with the Apache Mesos Open Source Cloud Project

Apache Mesos is one of a select group of open source projects shaping the future of enterprise cloud infrastructure and distributed computing.

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AllSeen Alliance Senior Director Philip DesAutels: The Full Promise of IoT Lies in Open Source

The Internet of Things is already a reality -- thousands of devices, from home appliances and consumer electronics, to smartwatches and cars already connect to the Internet. The problem is that they don't easily, or simply can't, connect to each other to form an Internet of Everything, says Philip DesAutels, senior director of IoT at the AllSeen Alliance, a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. 

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