The Linux Foundation project OpenChain is developing an overarching standard for creating a quality compliance program that companies can apply across the supply chain.
A bunch of service providers from around the world are starting to implement ONAP code into their networks.
The Ceph project is a unified distributed storage system providing applications with object, block, and file system interfaces.
“If you asked me five years ago if I would be talking about open source I would have said you were crazy,” said Amy Wheelus, VP of Network Cloud at AT&T.
It's common for hardware to have bugs. It's up to the kernel to provide mitigation.
The project is housed in the Linux Foundation and is a standardized way for managing the flow of metadata between different big data technologies and vendor platforms.
The company’s open source blockchain-based security platform is working with enterprises to secure their IoT data and devices.
The Linux Foundation-hosted project is opening up its seed code that initially was contributed by AT&T.
The beauty of EdgeX open source software is that companies can “mix-and-match” components.
For its first code release the OpenSDS project unified storage with Kubernetes for container control and storage with OpenStack for virtual machine control.
There is more interest in training than there is good quality training available, says the Linux Foundation.
Sarah Novotny, the head of open source strategy for Google Cloud Platform, will join The Linux Foundation board of directors.
One organization that is using OpenSwitch is Verizon Connect — Verizon’s business unit that provides fleet management and mobile workforce management.
While AT&T and China Mobile contributed the lion’s share of the initial code for ONAP, others are now stepping up to contribute more. A snapshot of contributors from the second quarter of 2018 shows that Huawei, Amdocs, and ZTE, along with many...
The Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin acknowledges that there are “still small pockets of deep mistrust of Microsoft in the open source community.”