ITworld: GitLab is setting out to expand its reach with enterprise customers
Linux.com: Currently, Big Data means hundreds of terabytes, going up to tens of petabytes.
tecmint: Experience shows that you can never be too paranoid about system backups.
Programmer and All Things Open presenter Seth Vargo shares why developers may want to consider making virtualization tool Vagrant a part of their toolkit.
ZDnet: The next version of Red Hat's community Linux, Fedora, is now in beta.
Datamation: Whenever someone asks me if a smartphone is truly secure, I find myself feeling vexed.
Datamation: As its market share dwindles toward irrelevance, Mozilla updates its flagship Firefox browser.
OpenSource.com: Rackspace's Egle Sigler and Planet Labs' Dana Bauer talk about the upcoming Grace Hopper Open Source Day codeathon.
LinuxTechi: As the name suggests, the passwd command is used to change the password of system users.
GNOME 3.18 is arriving today, and it's probably already released by the time you read this article, but that doesn't prevent the developers from already talking about the upcoming GNOME 3.20.
FunWithLinux: The Linux kernel is a constantly developing piece of software; new features and drivers are being added all the time
GE, FirstBuild and Canonical are now working together in order to create an "open-source" industry standard for IoT devices that anyone can pick up and use.
eWEEK: New features in Tesora Enterprise 1.5 include several from the upcoming OpenStack Liberty release, providing improved MongoDB and Reddis database support.
EnterprisersProject: How Open Source and Crowdfunding Are Creating a New Business Niche
Datamation: The convergence of crowdfunding and open source is having some unexpected results.
FOSSforce: Clearly, Dennis Ritchie did more for technology and personal computing than Steve Jobs did.
ITworld: The new version will offer a 1080P IPS display and Intel i3 processor.
HowToForge: A LAMP setup is a perfect basis for CMS systems like Joomla, Wordpress or Drupal.
FreedomPenguin: I have been helping folks break away from Windows and switch to either Linux Mint or Ubuntu for a while now
LinuxGizmos: Autodesk has open sourced the electronics and firmware of its resin- and DLP-based Ember 3D printer, revealing it to run Linux on a BeagleBone Black clone.