You may be moving your mission-critical applications to a serverless architecture sooner than you think. OK, so we’ll always need some servers. But with the rise of virtual machines (VM)s and container technologies such as Docker, combined with DevOps…
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The most recent Linux Questions poll results are in, and the the winners of this popular desktop Linux survey have been revealed, with many expected winners and at least one big Microsoft surprise.
Want to get a job in IT? Then, you need to know Linux and open-source software. While nothing beats hands-on experience, classes are a great way to get started. So, it comes as no surprise that The Linux Foundation recently announced would-be IT staffe…
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