linux

JFrog Aims to Push DevOps to the Edge

At its swampUP event, JFrog launched a JFrog Connect platform for updating, managing, monitoring and securing remote Linux and internet…

1 month ago

Libbpf Vs. BCC for BPF Development

If you’re into Linux development, you've probably heard BPF mentioned over the last few years. BPF stands for Berkeley Packet…

2 months ago

Apple Outage Outrage | Linux Random Redo | Okta Hacked (or Not)

In this week’s The Long View: Why Apple services were down, Linux gets a huge RNG overhaul, and we wonder…

3 months ago

Why the Linux Kernel is Still Important

Last year, the Linux kernel turned 30. If you’re someone who’s been immersed in the Linux world since Y2K like…

3 months ago

Best of 2021 – Torvalds’ Bug Warning is a Lesson for Linux Users

As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is…

6 months ago

AWS Outage Outrage | Rusty Linux | ARM Latest

In this week’s The Long View: Amazon Web Services falls on its face, Linux’s move to Rust takes the next…

7 months ago

What 30 Years of Linux Taught the Software Industry

Linux has become the largest collaborative development project in the history of computing over the last 30 years. Reflecting on…

8 months ago

Foundation Proposes Advancing eBPF Adoption Across Multiple OSes

The eBPF Foundation, which proposes to advance adoption of an approach that enables sandbox programs to run faster at the…

11 months ago

Shoreline Platform Automates Repetitive IT Tasks

Shoreline emerged from stealth today to make available a namesake incident automation platform that eliminates the need to manually perform…

11 months ago

Rocky Linux Emerges as a CentOS Replacement

Rocky Linux was created to offer the community an alternative following Red Hat’s recent decision to shift its focus away…

12 months ago