Collection of Linux related news hopefully!

Storm, a real-time framework for dealing with Big Data, has become an Apache top level project.
Storm, a real-time framework for dealing with Big Data, has become an Apache top level project.

In the first of an ongoing series as we near the launch of the first two devices we highlight three key features the Ubuntu Phone OS has.

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Integrated with OpenStack under Oracle Linux

Alcatel-Lucent's Nuage software-defined networking (SDN) venture has announced that it's adding Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux integration to its stack.

App streaming tech has Adobe's flagship software running on bargain kit

Chromebooks are great for browsing the web, but they're not much good for running applications like Photoshop – not yet, at any rate. But they may become much more versatile devices soon, thanks to a new experiment cooked up by Adobe and Google.

First 64-bit ARMv8 SoC emerges in ProLiant form, but it's not for everyone

HP taking another shot at its Project Moonshot by today announcing two new ARM-powered servers, one 64-bit and the other 32-bit.

Everywhere you turn these days you hear the term “open” in networking. The idea of openness in networking has come a long way in the past year and it’s now considered the de facto standard way that we’ll achieve interoperability and innovation. 

Quick question – we have Cloud Foundry in private beta now, is there anyone in the Ubuntu community who would like to use a Cloud Foundry instance if we were to operate that for Ubuntu members?

CloudPassage points to 'pervasive' threat of Bash bug

The majority of Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 companies have already deployed, or are now deploying, Shellshock patches to fend off code attacks, according to cloud security firm CloudPassage.

Processors, microcontrollers start to collide

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing an estimated five times more quickly than the overall embedded processing market, so it's no wonder chip suppliers are flocking to fit out connected cars, home gateways, wearables and streetlights as quickly as they can.