Managing VMs with the Virtual Machine Manager

Although server management is historically problematic, virtualization management simplifies some problems but amplifies others. The days of a single operating system on a server are gone, replaced by many operating systems within their virtual machine (VM) containers. This property, called virtual machine density, is advantageous, because less server hardware is needed as more and more VMs occupy smaller numbers of servers. This results in less hardware, lower power, but increased management complexity.

How to build your private cloud office using virtual app appliances

Univention, an open-source IT infrastructure and identity management systems developer, offers Univention Corporate Server (UCS), an on-premises system for operating and managing mixed IT infrastructures and user identities using the single convenient web interface. Learn More

The open source racer 'SuperTuxKart' is looking for testers to try their new online play

SuperTuxKart [Official Site], one of the stalwarts of Linux open source gaming is finally getting online multiplayer. They're also now asking for testers. Learn More

A Free Guide for Setting Your Open Source Strategy

Running an open source program office involves creating a strategy to help you define and implement your approach as well as measure your progress. The Open Source Guides to the Enterprise, developed by The Linux Foundation in partnership with the TODO Group, offer open source expertise based on years of experience and practice. Learn More

Ubuntu 19.04 Release Date, Features & More

Everything that is currently known about Ubuntu 19.04

Codename: Disco Dingo
Release date: 18.04.2019
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Hands on 3 day Linux Kernel Internals Training course

LinuxCertified, Inc. announced its next three day, hands-on course that provides attendees with experience in creating Linux kernel source code within various subsystems of the Linux kernel. This course teaches attendees to acquaints developers with the fundamental subsystems, data structures, and API of the Linux kernel This class is scheduled for October 28th - 30th, 2018.

How to level up your organization's security expertise

IT security is critical to every company these days. In the words of former FBI director Robert Mueller: “There are only two types of companies: Those that have been hacked, and those that will be.”

At the same time, IT security is constantly evolving. We all know we need to keep up with the latest trends in cybersecurity and security tooling, but how can we do that without sacrificing our ability to keep moving forward on our business priorities? Learn More

How to Install GRUB on Arch Linux (UEFI)

Some time ago, I wrote a tutorial on how to reinstall Grub on Arch Linux after installing Windows.

A few weeks ago, I had to reinstall Arch Linux from scratch on my laptop and I discovered installing Grub was not as straightforward as I remembered. Learn More

Saturday Mag: Linux gaming news odds and ends plus a look at a few things on sale

A day early! Your new weekly roundup of odds and ends for Linux gaming that didn't make it into the main news this week, plus a look at some sales.

Happy birthday, KDE: 11 applications you never knew existed

The Linux desktop environment KDE celebrates its 22nd anniversary on October 14 this year. There are a gazillion* applications created by the KDE community of users, many of which provide fun and quirky services. We perused the list and picked out 11 applications you might like to know exist. *Not really, but there are a lot. Learn More



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