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  1. Linux, the open-source operating system, has a rich and fascinating history. While many are familiar with its core principles and widespread use, there are lesser-known The post 25 Interesting GNU/Linux Facts You Probably Didn’t Know first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides. View the full article
  2. The post 9 Top Open Source Reverse Proxy Servers for Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .A reverse proxy server is a type of proxy server that is deployed between clients and back-end/origin servers, for example, an HTTP server such as NGINX, Apache, The post 9 Top Open Source Reverse Proxy Servers for Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  3. The post 8 Best Open Source Web Servers in 2023 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .It’s been a long journey since the first web server was released back in 1991. For quite a long time, Apache was the only mention-worthy The post 8 Best Open Source Web Servers in 2023 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  4. We will explore their use cases, key features, performance metrics, supported programming languages, and more to provide a comprehensive and unbiased overview of each database.View the full article
  5. The term “cloud” suggests something immense, extending across a vast expanse. In the realm of technology, “the cloud” refers to a virtual entity that offers ... View the full article
  6. Welcome back to the CNCF Tool Interviews Series. Today, we're taking an in-depth look at OpenTofu, a tool that's making significant strides in the Infrastructure as Code (IaC) domain within the open-source community. Let's get started... View the full article
  7. Text editors can be used for writing code, editing text files such as configuration files, creating user instruction files, and many more. In Linux operating ... View the full article
  8. The post 11 Best GitHub Alternatives to Host Open Source Projects first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .Github is a powerful, secure, and the most popular online platform for hosting software projects for version control using Git. It is particularly well known The post 11 Best GitHub Alternatives to Host Open Source Projects first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  9. The post 5 Best Open-Source Project Management Tools for Linux in 2023 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .Different project management software tools come in all shapes and sizes and vary in functionality and deployment models (SaaS or on-premises) but they are always The post 5 Best Open-Source Project Management Tools for Linux in 2023 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  10. On the west coast of Canada, you will find Vancouver, British Columbia, home to the Canucks, breathtaking scenery, and the Granville Walk of Fame. You will also find the Vancouver Convention Center, which hosts some of the best views from any event space in the world. It was in this picturesque setting that the CD Foundation and OpenGitOps communities came together for a co-located event, cdCon + GitOpsCon 2023. These two communities are distinct but have aligned goals and visions for how DevOps needs to evolve. The CD Foundation acts as a host and incubator for open-source projects like Spinnaker and Jenkins, the newly graduated project Tekton, and the completely new cdEvents. They have a mission of defining continuous delivery best practices. OpenGitOps was started as a Cloud Native Computing Foundation working group with the goal of clearly defining a vendor-neutral, principle-led meaning of GitOps. View the full article
  11. As the Northern Hemisphere enjoys early fall and pumpkins take over the local farmers markets and coffee flavors here in the United States, we’re also just 50 days away from re:Invent 2023! But before we officially enter pre:Invent sea­­son, let’s have a look at some of last week’s exciting news and announcements. Last Week’s Launches Here are some launches that got my attention: AWS Control Tower – AWS Control Tower released 22 proactive controls and 10 AWS Security Hub detective controls to help you meet regulatory requirements and meet control objectives such as encrypting data in transit, encrypting data at rest, or using strong authentication. For more details and a list of controls, check out the AWS Control Tower user guide. Amazon Bedrock – Just a week after Amazon Bedrock became available in AWS Regions US East (N. Virginia) and US West (Oregon), Amazon Bedrock is now also available in the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) AWS Region. To get started building and scaling generative AI applications with foundation models, check out the Amazon Bedrock documentation, explore the generative AI space at community.aws, and get hands-on with the Amazon Bedrock workshop. Amazon OpenSearch Service – You can now run OpenSearch version 2.9 in Amazon OpenSearch Service with improvements to search, observability, security analytics, and machine learning (ML) capabilities. OpenSearch Service has expanded its geospatial aggregations support in version 2.9 to gather insights on high-level overview of trends and patterns and establish correlations within the data. OpenSearch Service 2.9 now also comes with OpenSearch Service Integrations to take advantage of new schema standards such as OpenTelemetry and supports managing and overlaying alerts and anomalies onto dashboard visualization line charts. Amazon SageMaker – SageMaker Feature Store now supports a fully managed, in-memory online store to help you retrieve features for model serving in real time for high throughput ML applications. The new online store is powered by ElastiCache for Redis, an in-memory data store built on open-source Redis. The SageMaker developer guide has all the details. Also, SageMaker Model Registry added support for private model repositories. You can now register models that are stored in private Docker repositories and track all your models across multiple private AWS and non-AWS model repositories in one central service, simplifying ML operations (MLOps) and ML governance at scale. The SageMaker Developer Guide shows you how to get started. Amazon SageMaker Canvas – SageMaker Canvas expanded its support for ready-to-use models to include foundation models (FMs). You can now access FMs such as Claude 2, Amazon Titan, and Jurassic-2 (powered by Amazon Bedrock) as well as publicly available models such as Falcon and MPT (powered by SageMaker JumpStart) through a no-code chat interface. Check out the SageMaker Developer Guide for more details. For a full list of AWS announcements, be sure to keep an eye on the What's New at AWS page. Other AWS News Here are some additional blog posts and news items that you might find interesting: Behind the scenes on AWS contributions to open-source databases – This post shares some of the more substantial open-source contributions AWS has made in the past two years to upstream databases, introduces some key contributors, and shares how AWS approaches upstream work in our database services. Fast and cost-effective Llama 2 fine-tuning with AWS Trainium – This post shows you how to fine-tune the Llama 2 model from Meta on AWS Trainium, a purpose-built accelerator for LLM training, to reduce training times and costs. Code Llama code generation models from Meta are now available via Amazon SageMaker JumpStart – You can now deploy Code Llama FMs, developed by Meta, with one click in SageMaker JumpStart. This post walks you through the details. Upcoming AWS Events Check your calendars and sign up for these AWS events: Build On Generative AI – Season 2 of this weekly Twitch show about all things generative AI is in full swing! Every Monday, 9:00 US PT, my colleagues Emily and Darko look at new technical and scientific patterns on AWS, invite guest speakers to demo their work, and show us how they built something new to improve the state of generative AI. In today’s episode, Emily and Darko discussed how to translate unstructured documents into structured data. Check out show notes and the full list of episodes on community.aws. AWS Community Days – Join a community-led conference run by AWS user group leaders in your region: DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) (October 13), Italy (October 18), UAE (October 21), Jaipur (November 4), Vadodara (November 4), and Brasil (November 4). AWS Innovate: Every Application Edition – Join our free online conference to explore cutting-edge ways to enhance security and reliability, optimize performance on a budget, speed up application development, and revolutionize your applications with generative AI. Register for AWS Innovate Online Americas and EMEA on October 19 and AWS Innovate Online Asia Pacific & Japan on October 26. AWS re:Invent (November 27 – December 1) – Join us to hear the latest from AWS, learn from experts, and connect with the global cloud community. Browse the session catalog and attendee guides and check out the re:Invent highlights for generative AI. You can browse all upcoming in-person and virtual events. That’s all for this week. Check back next Monday for another Weekly Roundup! — Antje This post is part of our Weekly Roundup series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS! View the full article
  12. The post Top 5 Open Source Collaboration Platforms for Linux in 2023 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .It goes without saying that collaboration is what makes teams and individuals push their limits and become much more productive. Of course, there are people The post Top 5 Open Source Collaboration Platforms for Linux in 2023 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  13. Alan Shimel reflects on the winds of change currently blowing through open source and what that means for devs and the broader community. View the full article
  14. I recently recorded a Lightboard presentation on securing open source software dependencies in the public cloud. This blog summarises, and expands upon, some of the key elements from that presentation: I think about this topic through two lenses: software supply chains and updating software dependencies while maintaining stability... View the full article
  15. The post 10 Top Open Source Artificial Intelligence Tools for Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .In this post, we shall cover a few of the top, open-source artificial intelligence (AI) tools for the Linux ecosystem. Currently, AI is one of The post 10 Top Open Source Artificial Intelligence Tools for Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides.View the full article
  16. Terraform, a powerful Infrastructure as Code (IAC) tool, has long been the backbone of choice for DevOps professionals and developers seeking to manage their cloud infrastructure efficiently. However, recent shifts in its licensing have sent ripples of concern throughout the tech community. HashiCorp, the company behind Terraform, made a pivotal decision last month to move […]View the full article
  17. Open source cultural principles are now permeating the enterprise - a movement known as innersource. Here's why. View the full article
  18. The post Linux Foundation Launches OpenTofu: A New Open Source Alternative to Terraform appeared first on Linux.com. View the full article
  19. The OpenSSF hosted a Secure Open Source Software (SOSS) Summit 2023 event during which it made available a Secure Open Source Software Vision Brief 2023. View the full article
  20. On August 10, 2023, HashiCorp announced that after ~9 years of Terraform being open source under the MPL v2 license, they were suddenly switching it to a non open source BSL v1.1 license. We believe the BSL license is a poison pill for Terraform which threatens the entire community and ecosystem, and in this blog post, we’ll introduce OpenTF, our plan for keeping Terraform open source—forever ... Full blog post: https://blog.gruntwork.io/the-future-of-terraform-must-be-open-ab0b9ba65bca
  21. A community that embraced open source Terraform software has called upon HashiCorp to reverse license changes that limit software usage. View the full article
  22. Red Hat has been instrumental in driving many open source community efforts around artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) technologies for more than 6 years through the Open Data Hub project. Open Data Hub is a fully open project that supports end-to-end AI/ML workflows running in containers on Red Hat® OpenShift®, a Kubernetes-powered application platform. Many organizations have used some of the technologies curated in the Open Data Hub project—such as Jupyter, TensorFlow, Pytorch, Kubeflow, and Ray—to jumpstart their own do-it-yourself efforts aimed at creating a core data science platform to build intelligent applications. View the full article
  23. CodeSee today launched a free Open Source Hub (OSH) service through which developers can more easily analyze the codebase that makes up an open source software project. Shanea Leven, CodeSee CEO, said that capability is crucial because making it easier to explore open source codebases reduces the level of effort required for developers to understand […] The post CodeSee Unveils Open Source Development Hub appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  24. The only way to make significant improvements in the state of open source security is if more organizations that benefit from open source projects commit to making more resources available to achieve that goal. At the virtual TechStong Con event, executives on an Open Source and DevOps panel called for more contributions from enterprise IT […] The post TechStrong Con: Open Source Software Community Needs Security Help appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  25. A survey published this week by the Linux Foundation suggested enterprise IT organizations now prefer to hire IT professionals that have both open source software and DevOps experience. Conducted in collaboration with edX, a leading global online learning platform from 2U, Inc., the survey polled 1,672 open source professionals and 559 respondents with responsibility for […] View the full article
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