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China-based EasyStack claims world's first open source AI cloud platform
"This is the Golden Age for the global Open Source industry," comments EasyStack founder and CEO Chen Xilun.
Malware campaign targets open source developers on GitHub
Be on your guard if you’re a developer who uses GitHub – someone could be trying to infect your computer with malware.
Aussie IT decision makers focusing on three priorities, survey finds
"Keeping pace with the growth of customer expectations can no longer be achieved within the four walls of an organisation."
2016 New Zealand Open Source Awards celebrate thriving technical sector
“This is an impressive list of New Zealand's Open Source community, and it represents a cross-section of what is a thriving technical, social sector."
Hortonworks releases latest big data tool set
“The Big Data market shows no signs of slowing down, and Hortonworks is well positioned to power the future of data."
NZ govt agencies now have open source software at their side
Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is helping government agencies pave the way for open source software use, shaping future innovation.
The rise of containers in enterprise IT
Application containers have started to get IT ops’ attention as the market moves toward container management platform–based production systems.
First OpenStack Australia Day indicates strong uptake
The first OpenStack conference in Australia revealed strong growth in the local market, as well as opportunities for vendors and service providers.
Red Hat heads to Canberra on back of growing open source interest
Red Hat is Canberra bound as it eyes up increasing demand from government and private companies for its open source software offerings.
NZ Govt open licensing consultation goes off without a hitch
“The tool has been hugely useful in giving a read of opinion. Because of the two-way conversations, it enables open dialogue to take place."
Red Hat backs modern customer with launch of Open Innovation Labs
"We’ve heard from customers around the globe that they want to get new initiatives off the ground quickly to meet goals and beat competitors."
Government working with Acquia to make websites more accessible
At the recent Tech Leaders 2016 summit in Sydney, Graham and Adam spoke about how the Australian government is enhancing their digital services.
EMC conjures up open source for software defined data centre
EMC has launched a new open source software project for the software defined data centre.
Moodle begins new phase of development
Moodle has released version three of its open source learning platform, and says this represents a new phase of development for the company.
Brocade looks to dominate open source SDN market
“Open solutions like the Brocade SDN Controller 2.0 and related applications will facilitate a smooth journey to SDN.”
The slow but steady uptake of enterprise IoT
"For enterprise IoT, changes aren’t as simple. The information lifecycle is more complex and IoT’s impact can be transformational," says Red Hat.
Catalyst Cloud formally launches
Two years of research, development and millions of dollars of investment, the Catalyst Cloud is NZ's first and only fully-automated cloud service.
Top Linux Conference about to descend on Auckland
More information about the upcoming Linux, Open Source and development conference.
Microsoft .NET framework now open source and cross platform
Microsoft has announced the .NET server stack will be open source and cross platform and the Visual Studio 2015 Preview and .NET 2015 Preview have been released.
Docker feels heat from competitors Joyent and Linux
Docker, the container based virtualisation technology, is feeling the heat from increased competition.
Open Source boost as Linux Conference heads to Auckland
Seen as a meeting place for the free and open source software communities, the Linux Conference is set to be held at the University of Auckland early next year.
Mitigating the risks of non-proprietary software in the enterprise
Savvy businesses that leverage the downturn as a time to focus on building the systems to automate processes will create competitive advantages in times of growth.
Judges named for NZ Open Source awards
Kiwiblog creator David Farrar joins seven-strong, judging panel of experts.