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Tech World: Open Virtualisation Alliance joins the Linux Foundation

The Open Virtualisation Alliance has joined the Linux Foundation as a collaborative project to deepen its ties with the Linux community.

The organisations announced their collaboration during the LinuxCon Europe conference in Edinburgh on Monday.

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LWN.net: The Open Virtualization Alliance moves to the Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation has announced that it will be hosting the Open Virtualization Alliance, the home of the KVM project. "As many folks already know, The Xen Project is also a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. We love that a number of open source projects can emerge to address similar questions to complex technology problems.

OSTATIC: Open Virtualization Alliance Joins The Linux Foundation

At the LinuxCon Europe conference in Edinburgh, going on this week, The Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) announced that it has joined the Linux Foundation in an effort to integrate its efforts more closely with the Linux community.

InfoTech: Open Virtualization Alliance Becomes Linux Foundation Collaborative Project

Formed back in 2011, the Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) aims to foster the adoption of open virtualization technology, particularly the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM). Similarly, the Linux Foundation (News - Alert) aims to foster the growth of Linux, while promoting standardization and technical collaboration of the platform.

Business Cloud News: Open Virtualisation Alliance transforms into Linux Foundation Collaborative Project

In a bid to extend its relationship with the global Linux development community the Open Virtualization Alliance announced today that it is joining the Linux Foundation to become a collaborative project.

The organisation announced the news during the LinuxCon Europe conference in Edinburgh today.

Read more at Business Cloud News.

PC World: Twitter turns to open source to prevent service disruptions

To prevent disruptions and scale up its service while keeping costs down, Twitter has had to drastically change its core infrastructure, taking up open source tools while doing so.

Network World: Open Virtualization Alliance joins the Linux Foundation

The Open Virtualization Alliance has joined the Linux Foundation as a collaborative project to deepen its ties with the Linux community.

The organizations announced their collaboration during the LinuxCon Europe conference in Edinburgh on Monday.

InfoWorld: Linux Rules: Open Virtualization Alliance joins the Linux Foundation

"The Open Virtualization Alliance has joined the Linux Foundation as a collaborative project to deepen its ties with the Linux community.... The Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) has more than 250 member companies, including IBM, Red Hat, Intel and NetApp. It aims to raise awareness and drive adoption of the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor, a full open source virtualization platform for Linux on x86 hardware that allows users to run multiple virtual machines unmodified on Linux or Windows images.

Forbes: Google And Android: Powering The Next Generation Of Internet Connected Things

When thinking about the future of technology, it’s hard to imagine a future where most things aren’t connected to the Internet. Not because it’s fashionable, or because many of the largest technology companies are spending big money promoting the concept.  Call it a fundamental law of things; if it can be connected to the Internet, it will be connected to the Internet. From golf balls to light bulbs to pacemakers, anything that can collect or display information, will.

OpenSource.com: Can IBM expect the same ROI from next round of investment in Linux?

At the most recent LinxuCon, IBM announced it will invest $1B in Linux and related open source technologies over the next five years.

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