Topic: centos

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: AlmaLinux

AlmaLinux is an enterprise-grade server OS that CloudLinux released to replace CentOS. According to the company, it will serve as a free Linux OS for the community, and be ready within the first quarter of this year.  Right after Red Hat announced that it’s CentOS stable release is no longer under development last month, CloudLinux … continue reading

Google announces Certification of Agencies, Rogue Wave enhances support for CentOS, and Square open-sources XCKnife project—SD Times news digest: June 8, 2016

Google has announced Certification of Agencies as part of the Google Developers Agency Program, which is an effort to work closely with development agencies all over the world. The Agency Program provides agencies with training through local hangouts and events, content, support from developer relation teams, and early access to upcoming developer products, according to … continue reading

First Heartbleed, now Shellshock

The Department of Homeland Security’s United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has issued a warning about a vulnerability affecting Unix-based operating systems. The vulnerability, dubbed Shellshock, was discovered in the Bourne-Again Shell, also known as Bash. Bash is a popular Linux and Unix shell, and according to security researchers, the newly revealed bug could … continue reading

Canonical announces Juju for Windows and CentOS at OpenStack Summit

Ubuntu creator Shuttleworth announces partnership with IBM, porting of DevOps tool to rival operating systems … continue reading

Red Hat hires CentOS developers

Move to bring CentOS developers in-house signals that Red Hat’s future is about a lot more than Linux … continue reading

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