LinuxInsider: Namib is an ideal Linux distro for anyone who wants to ease into the Arch approach to computing.
LinuxJournal: Basic ways you can use shell scripts to monitor password strength and secret accounts.
TL;DR - Unabated 1.xx major “minor” releases of “vanilla” upstream Kubernetes every three months could continue forever.
ServerWatch: New version of CloudStack benefits from over 250 new capabilities including improved performance and security.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Though there are lots of choices, the dot com domain still dominates the Internet.
eWEEK: New container security startup emerges with Security-as-a-Microservice approach for cloud native environments.
ostechnix: Pacapt brings most-commonly used Pacman commands to many other Unix-like operating systems.
FOSSmint: Movie Monad is a free, simple, and open-source GTK video player written in Haskell.
LinuxTechi: iostat command is used to monitor CPU utilization and I/O (input /output) statistics of all the disks and file systems.
softpedia: Previous releases of AndEX Oreo 8.1, which lets you install Google's latest Android 8.1 Oreo mobile operating system on your personal computer, didn't actually let users install Android apps from Google Play Store
opensource.com: Check out what's new in open source drone hardware, software, and related projects.
ServerWatch: Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has some aggressive predictions for the migration of application from traditional servers to cloud.
Datamation: Leading open source accounting software, which provides the level of control and functionality that is so important for business users.
ZDnet: The winners of the popular desktop Linux survey have been revealed.
Paying security researchers to help discover vulnerabilities is a winning formula. Find out more in this first part of a new eSecurityPlanet series on the bug bounty industry
softpedia: Besides the usual security improvements and bug fixes, the latest Chrome OS 64 release includes several new features that are worth mentioning
For the past few years a clear trend of containerization of applications and services has emerged.
ITprotoday: "For it to become something that was widely and richly embraced by the community, it had to be a legitimately open technology."
LinuxTechLab: When we install a Linux distribution we see that a number of directories are created.
LinuxHint: Using the cloud to create your own cloud.