Articles about Open Source
EnterpriseDB's free, ready-to-code environment on Amazon Web Services is designed to assist developers who want to tap into PostgreSQL's expanding NoSQL capabilities.
For the past decade, Munich has been the poster child for open-source advocates, who pointed to its successful migration from a Microsoft platform to one built on Linux and OpenOffice. Now, a newly elected government has called in experts to see whether it's time to switch back.
When it comes to the most popular database management systems, the top three are no surprise; but relatively unheralded PostgreSQL is gaining. And, despite what you may have heard, relational databases still rule.
Those working with Docker containers can now try out the Flocker open-source, data-focused Docker management framework from ClusterHQ.
SUSE shows that it's also a player in the OpenStack cloud races with its latest IaaS cloud, SUSE Cloud 4.
After mere two years, Finnish company Digia has decided to spin out its Qt business to allow it to bring together its commercial and open source arms.
It appears as though the leadership change stems from a decision made by Schireson, who penned an extremely personal blog post explaining why he was leaving "the best job" he ever had.
Docker's container take on virtualization keeps getting more and more popular as openSUSE adopts it for use.
ownCloud, the open source private cloud for small to medium sized businesses, pulls in great developer support with its latest release.
Docker, a new container technology, is hotter than hot because it makes it possible to get far more apps running on the same old servers and it also makes it very easy to package and ship programs. Here's what you need to know about it.
Around 76,000 users of Mozilla's developer network have had their email addresses posted to a publicly accessible server, with 4,000 users also having their salted and hashed passwords revealed as well.
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The benefits of open source software have long been understood and embraced within some sectors, but in the enterprise world open source has until recently been met with skepticism and caution. That's changing fast.
Microsoft Office has a worthy competitor in the new LibreOffice, the best non-Microsoft office suite.
Red Hat and its partners are betting that 64-bit ARM processors are ready for the data center.
Does Tizen have a future, or is it going to be another unlaunched Linux-based mobile operating system?