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Cloud Foundry: Making Applications Platform-independent

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Cloud Foundry is an enterprise standard open source platform for developing and deploying cloud applications. This article gives readers an overview of it, discusses...

Demystifying Kubernetes

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Kubernetes is a production grade open source system for automating deployment, scaling, and the management of containerised applications. This article is about managing containers...

A Quick Look at Some of the Best Cloud Platforms for...

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Cloud platforms enable high performance computing without the need to purchase the required infrastructure. Cloud services are available on a ‘pay per use’ basis...

Open Source Big Data Solutions Support Digital Transformation

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The digital transformation (DT) of enterprises is enabled by the judicious use of Big Data. And it’s open source technologies that are the driving...

Can Data Scientists be Replaced by Automation?

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The advent of AI, automation and smart bots triggers the question: Is it possible that data scientists will become redundant in the future? Are...

Keyboard Shortcuts to Speed Up Your Work in Linux

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Manipulating the mouse, keyboard and menus takes up a lot of our time, which could be saved by using keyboard shortcuts. These not only...

A Bird’s Eye View of Big Data for Enterprises

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Entrepreneurial decisions are made using data and business acumen. Big Data is today a tool that helps to maximise revenue and customer engagement. Open...

The Best Reasons To Use Enterprise Network Management Software

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Your company has workers in the field all day every day. You have sent them out with tablets, phones, and minicomputers, but you need...

The Five Most Popular Operating Systems for the Internet of Things

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Connecting every ‘thing’ that we see around us to the Internet is the fundamental idea of the Internet of Things (IoT). There are many...

Transition to Nftables

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Every major distribution in the open source world is moving towards nftables as the default firewall. In short, the venerable Iptables is now dead....