IBM has introduced two Linux mainframe servers under the brand name LinuxONE.
If you find yourself in need of some open platform inspiration on any given day, then opensource.com itself is always worth a look in.
It's a simple question, but one that we don't ask out loud enough, perhaps? What is upstream software?
Infrastructure and middleware is sometimes hard to get excited about. All the more reason, then, to label it with a sexy name.
With just a couple of weeks to go before Red Hat Summit in Boston, the firm is clearly not holding back on news to save it for the event itself. This week sees the firm come forward with new web development tools, extensions to dynamic languages and databases -- and support for multiple language...
Red Hat wants to deepen engagement with OpenShift, its own open source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering.
CoreOS is a new lightweight Linux distribution that has been re-architected to provide features needed to run what its development team labels as "modern infrastructure" stacks for what are usually clustered deployments.
The Linux Foundation has said that it will host developer collaboration space and services for IoTivity, an open source project sponsored by the Open Interconnect Consortium.
The openSUSE Project is taking the development version of openSUSE (known to family and friends as Factory) to distribution using the "rolling release" development model.
Linus Torvalds conducts an interview with the IEEE Computer Society to explain how he sits today in terms of his thoughts with Linux. Torvalds is as humble and genuine as you might expect. He explains that Linux "just did it differently" and explains how happy he is about "leaving something...