Open Source Storage (OSS), the recently relaunched company that bills itself as "the only true end-to-end open source storage solution," added two new executives this week who bring experience from Oracle (ORCL), Sun and elsewhere.
The Linux Foundation has extended its partner network further this week with the addition of BearingPoint GmbH, Daynix, Linaro Limited and Systena, which will add to the open source consortium's strengths in cloud computing, Internet of Things technology, Linux-based embedded automotive computers and more.
Red Hat (RHT) dove a little deeper into the ARM world this week with the announcement of a new Partner Early Access Program (PEAP), which it says will help promote Red Hat's open source software on 64-bit ARMv8-A servers and other ARM devices.
Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) server and cloud hosting provider Linode declared its library of guides and tutorials "open source" this week, inviting the community to peruse and contribute to the documentation for deploying cloud applications on the company's open source-friendly platform.
Rackspace (RAX) is continuing to expand its partner connections, as well as its portfolio of cloud-hosting tools and options, with the announcement this week that it has joined data security vendor Vormetric's Cloud Partner program to bring new encryption and key-management features to the Rackspace public cloud.
A new partner program from Continuity Software hit the channel this week. Called AvailabilityGuard Channel Partner Program, the initiative will focus on high-availability and disaster-recovery software vendors.
Close on the heels of its recent recognition by Forrester as an industry leader, data governance vendor Collibra announced version 4.3 of its data regulatory compliance platform this week, which brings features designed to appeal especially to the healthcare industry.
Keynotes from executives at Cisco Systems, IBM, edX and others, along with a Linux Quiz Show, Comic Book Hero Contest and workshops to promote women within open source development, are on the agenda for the LinuxCon and CloudOpen event next month, whose details the Linux Foundation has now revealed.
In a move that will please devotees of open source cloud storage, hosting giant Rackspace (RAX) has announced it will officially support two additional types of open source MySQL databases, from MariaDB and Percona.
As a technology that predates even the Web by nearly two decades, email may not seem like something with a lot of room left for improvement. But the recently announced Dovecot Rest API (DAPI), which presents new ways for apps to interact with email data on the Dovecot open source IMAP email platform, could have a significant impact on enterprise computing and the way we use email.
Just days after marking the end of life of Ubuntu 13.10, Canonical has released Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS, the newest version of its open source Linux operating system for desktops, servers, the cloud and (coming soon, maybe) mobile devices.
ownCloud 7, the latest version of the open source file-sharing and storage service for building private clouds, debuted this week, bringing with it major end user experience updates and an innovative way to share files between clouds.
Zettaset, a major vendor of security solutions for Apache Hadoop and other Big Data platforms, has tweaked its distribution strategy this week with the announcement of a new product model that will allow enterprises to purchase individual components of its flagship Orchestrator security and management software.
Have Hadoop distributions and other Big Data platforms grown too diverse and disparate to be useful in the enterprise? Alpine Data Labs thinks so, and has released a new product, Alpine Chorus 4.0, that it says enables universal data discovery and analytics across heterogeneous Big Data environments.