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SUSE and Rancher: Enabling Customers to Innovate Everywhere

By Sheng Liang on 14-04-2021 11:45

By Guest Author: Sheng Liang, President of Engineering & Innovation @ SUSE

In July, I announced SUSE's intent to acquire Rancher Labs, and now that the acquisition is final, today we embark on a new journey with SUSE. I couldn't be more excited about our future and what this means for our customers around the world.

Just as Rancher made computing everywhere a possibility for our customers, with SUSE, we will empower our customers to innovate everywhere. Together we will offer our customers possibilities that know no limitations from the data center to the cloud, to the edge and beyond. This is our purpose; this is our mission.

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Containers: all you need to know (AND AVOID)

By Vitor Calil Silva on 09-02-2021 14:00

Everyone is talking about containers and app modernisation, right? It’s not just because it’s a trend but is actually a big improvement for DevOps team on how to work and how to optimize their time and experience on a project.

So, in this article you’ll find out more about containers, containerisation, app modernisation, an example of a solution for your business and more.

What are Containers after all?

Containers are self-contained apps that provide a standard way to package your application's code, configurations, and dependencies into a single object.

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COVID-19 Hackathons: only Free Software creates global solutions

By Alexander Sander on 04-05-2020 12:10

By Guest Author Alexander Sander, EU Policy Manager @ FSFE

Currently we see a lot of hackathons to find tools that help tackle the crisis of pandemic COVID-19. More and more governments and administrations are hosting or funding such hackathons. To make sure that the results of these hackathons can be used globally and adapted locally - that the software can be used, studied, shared and improved everywhere - the FSFE asks to publish the outcomes under a Free Software licence.

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Top 5 Takeaways from Open Source Lisbon 2019 by La Redoute

By Antoine Craske on 09-12-2019 13:56

By Guest Author Antoine Craske, Engineering Center Director @ La Redoute.

La Redoute was present at Open Source Lisbon 2019 for the 17th Edition, organized by Syone, last 4th of October. Open Source Lisbon is an event dedicated to the open source universe for business and developers, providing to attendees the opportunity to learn about open source ecosystem, solutions and case-studies. Last year, Benoit Dumont and Antoine Craske took the chance to present Cerberus application deeply linked to La Redoute website tests. On this edition, the conference followed the same organization having two tracks. One for the main conferences for general topics, and another one dedicated to the technical workshops. In addition, the event was available in live streaming.

Topics: Open Source
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Public Money? Public Code!

By Alexander Sander on 06-11-2019 12:28

By Guest Author Alexander Sander, EU Policy Manager @ FSFE and speaker @ Open Source Lisbon 2019

Digital services offered and used by our public administrations are the critical infrastructure of 21st century democratic states. In order to establish trustworthy systems, public bodies must ensure they have full control over the software and the computer systems at the core of our state digital infrastructure.
Software is deeply involved in all aspects of our lives; and it is important that this technology empowers rather than restricts us.

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Best Open-Source Productivity Tools

By Tiago Veríssimo on 18-03-2019 17:58

If there is a buzzword going through a greater moment than “open source” it would probably be “productivity”. If you’re not hacking your productivity, improving it or replicating the tips and secrets of at least 10 highly-productive people then you’re getting left behind (or you were really lucky on your LinkedIn feed)!

Happily, open source productivity tools can help you. While most big companies operating in these areas are either expensive or restrict, the open source alternatives provide great accessibility and power. Best of all, whether you’re a freelancer trying to get work done in your own time, a small business aiming to cut costs or an enterprise organisation wanting complete control, the same solutions can work on any cases.

Here we’ll run through a selection of some of the best open source productivity tools available today and how exactly they might be able to help you.

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Why choose Open Source?

By João Dias on 18-02-2019 17:58

Considered as an amazing software, Open Source code has many reasons to be used. You might consider them to consuming, publishing, collaborating on, or supporting open source. There are several causes to choose Open Source. Mainly if your software needs to be updated. We are going to mention some reasons why you should choose this software.

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OpenShift by Red Hat

By Celso Santos on 21-01-2019 17:57

OpenShift by Red Hat it’s an easy to use and affordable application, due to their lower costs in the market, for you to build, deploy and manage your apps in containers. Besides that, this technology goes with a lot of programming languages, like Ruby, Javascript, Java, PHP and Phyton, creating a great environment for your team. And also helps your company run apps efficiently and scale services.

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iO – Digital Transformation Team by Team Digitale

By Hugo Oliveira on 17-12-2018 17:57

In order to build the “Operating System” of the country, building simpler and more efficient services for the citizens, the Public Administration and businesses, the Italian Government created Team Gigitale, the country’s Digital Transformation Team. Following this initiative, a project to develop a user-friendly app was born.

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What is Open Source?

By Tiago Veríssimo on 19-11-2018 17:56

Open Source can be defined as a philosophy that promotes the free access and distribution of a program, product or software.

It could be called as a manipulated and modified technology that changes a piece of the original software to make the program or application work as the user wants.

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