Forbes: Jim Zemlin on the status, value, and impact of open source

Forbes speaks with Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin about the footprint of OSS, the value of collaborative projects, and more. 

InformationWeek: New Linux Foundation report lists open source code value at 5 billion

The newest Linux Foundation report illustrates " the relevancy and economic importance of collaboration," explains InformationWeek.

ZDNet: The importance of Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects

"The Linux Foundation, while it started primarily as a way to support Linux, has mastered what it calls Distributed Genius," writes Stephen J. Vaughan Nichols for ZDNet. "This is the idea that collaboration can beat competition."

Datamation: Jim Zemlin explains how and why the Linux Foundation will continue to grow

In a recent video interview with Datamation, Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin talks about collaborative projects and their importance for the growth of FOSS and the foundation.  

PCWorld: Details on new Linux Foundation "security checklist"

"If you're a Linux user, especially a systems administrator, the Linux Foundation has some security tips to share with you, and they're quite good" writes Lucien Constantin for PCWorld.

IT World: Chromebook giveaway with Linux Foundation training promotion

"Free Chromebook. To everyone. Throughout September." says IT World's Swapnil Bhartiya of the Linux Foundation's individual learner training promotion.

Bloomberg: The Linux Foundation helping to advance container standards

As the need for containers and container standards grows, The Linux Foundation's Open Container Initiative is helping bring open standards to software containers. Bloomberg's Olga Kharif explains. 

IT World: Linux Foundation makes India first region to receive country-specific pricing training and certification products.

The Linux Foundation this week announced discounted pricing on select training and certification products for India. Read more from IT World

ZDNet: Google turns Kubernetes over to new Linux Foundation-hosted foundation

The Linux Foundation's new Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) looks to unite the cloud and containers. Google turns over Kubernetes to CNCF to support goal, says ZDNet.

Forbes: CoreOS, Docker, Google, & Joyent join Cloud Native Computing Foundation

As container management solution Kubernetes celebrates its first birthday, Google and other major players join the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Read more from Forbes.

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