Topic: linux foundation

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ONAP

The Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) is a platform for orchestration, management, and automation of network and edge computing services. ONAP enables administrators to rapidly automate new services and support complete life cycle management. “By unifying the resources of open source members, ONAP enables the acceleration of the development of a vibrant ecosystem around a … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: Wind River Studio updates, Linux Foundation’s WebAssembly course, Immuta raises $90 million in Series D

Wind River has added new security enhancements to Wind River Studio. New features in Wind River Titanium Linux include secure boot, anti-tamper protections, and simpler mandatory access control (MAC) policy creation.  The security controls also meet IoT guidelines like NIST initiatives, OWASP IoT security projects, IoT Security Foundation protocols, and guides from the European Union … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: ClusterDuck Protocol

ClusterDuck Protocol is an open-source firmware for wireless IoT devices to build communications, sensors, and custom networks.  The ClusterDuck Protocol (CDP) was created by Project OWL in response to the breakdown of communication following Hurricane Maria which destroyed cell towers and generators. The project was built to restore the 1% of communication that is essential … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenSwitch

This week’s open-source project of the week is OpenSwitch, which is an open source network operating system (NOS) for disaggregated switches hosted by the Linux Foundation. The goal of the project is to accelerate the transition to open networking and adoption of disaggregated data center networks. It provides a control plan stack with Layer 2 … continue reading

Linux Foundations shows progress with its LF edge and LF networking umbrella organizations

The Linux Foundation umbrella projects LF Edge and LF Networking have reached new milestones that highlight trends that set the stage for next-generation technology. “Indicative of what’s coming next, our communities are laying the groundwork for markets like cloud native, 5G, and edge to explode in terms of open deployments,” said Arpit Joshipura, the general … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: IBM and Verizon Business collaboration, Linux Foundation Kubernetes course, and i2Coalition and Domain Name Association merge into new group

IBM and Verizon Business have announced that they will be collaborating on 5G and AI edge solutions. The partnership will leverage Verizon’s 5G and edge capabilities and IBM’s experience in AI, hybrid multicloud, edge computing, asset management, and connected operations. “This collaboration is all about enabling the future of industry in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Project Metamorphosis Infinite release, EdgeX Foundry course, and LXD 4.3

Confluent has announced the next stage of its Project Metamorphosis initiative. The goal of Project Metamorphosis is to build a next-generation event streaming platform. This new release, the Infinite release, adds infinite retention, providing a platform for current and historic event streams that can be retained as long as wanted.  According to Confluent, companies can … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: SolarWinds Service Desk Enterprise, Linux Foundation’s edge computing course, and Citrix and Check Point Software Technologies’ partnership

SolarWinds has announced a new solution to help IT teams manage complexity, scale support, and increase service desk security. SolarWinds Service Desk Enterprise includes features like multi-factor authentication, change templates and workflows, and a new CMDB data model and CMDB Visual Map. “Today’s organizations have higher expectations for process automation and IT support, which require … continue reading

Linux Foundation to host seL4 microkernel

The Linux Foundation has announced plans to host the seL4 Foundation, a nonprofit organization designed to provide support for the seL4 microkernel.  The seL4 microkernel is an operating system kernel focused on the security, safety and reliability of real-world critical computer systems. The goals of the foundation have been to provide longevity for seL4, grow … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Linux Foundation expands scholarship program, VictorOps April update, and Concertio raises $4.2 million in seed funding

The Linux Foundation has announced that it is offering up to 500 scholarships as part of its Linux Foundation Training (LiFT) program. Since 2011 the organization has offered $220,000 in training and certification across 100 scholarships.  Applications for the scholarship are being accepted through April 30 for 10 different categories.  Recipients will receive a Linux … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: GXF

LF Energy, a branch of the Linux Foundation focused on accelerating decarbonization goals of the energy and electricity sectors, has announced the release of a new open-source project. Grid eXchange Fabric (GXF) is an IoT platform that enables grid operators to “securely collect data and monitor, control, and manage smart devices on the grid.”  The … continue reading

ITOps Times Open Source Project of the Week: Tern

This week’s highlighted open-source project originated at VMware. Tern is a tool that looks through container images and finds software packages and image metadata. It provides admins with a better understanding of the bill of materials for a container. This allows them to make more well-informed decisions about container-based infrastructure, integration, and deployment strategies. Earlier … continue reading

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