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ABB and Red Hat partner to deliver further scalable digital solutions across industrial edge and hybrid cloud
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ABB and Red Hat partner to deliver further scalable digital solutions across industrial edge and hybrid cloud

ABB and Red Hat will deliver ABB automation and industrial software solutions at the intersection of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT), equipping the industrial ecosystem with extended deployment capabilities and greater agility ABB will deliver digital solutions to customers on-demand and at scale using Red Hat OpenShift Customers will be better able to harness the potential of data-based decisions by using applications that may be deployed flexibly from the edge to the cloud ABB and Red Hat today announced a global partnership to enable industries using ABB’s process automation and industrial software to scale rapidly and flexibly leveraging Red Hat’s industry leading enterprise platforms and application services built on Red Hat E...
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Where To Learn How To Setup A Linux Email Server

Learning how to setup a linux email server is valuable. The more you can do for yourself for your business’ web presence and email abilities the more money you will save. There will be no need to call in a tech when the email goes down, when you need it installed, or when you need to do simple maintenance like adding addresses or setting up. When you know how to setup a linux email server you are simply giving yourself more power over your own company. If that is something you think you would like to do, then there are a few resources you should consider for educating yourself. The first place to look for ways to learn how to setup a linux email server is, of course, online. You may be able, through a search engine, to find some free information on the process. However, you may have bet...
Installing Linux – 5 Things To Consider First
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Installing Linux – 5 Things To Consider First

This article outlines 5 keys points to consider when you are looking at installing Linux as your main operating system. 1. Is Linux the way to go? Well that’s a question that does not have a simple answer. Some people, mostly hardcore gurus, will say “Yes it sure is!” but believe it or not there are people who still like Windows. When it comes to deciding between installing Linux instead of Windows (or any other operating system) you must keep various things in mind. Below is a list of the five key things you need to consider before choosing. Is this going to be used as a desktop or server system? – Linux has been primarily used in the mainstream server world as web and ftp servers. There are many types of servers that you can run with Linux such as DHCP (BOOTP in Linux terms), d...
cPanel & WHM® expands collaboration with Ubuntu to bring full support for Ubuntu LTS in V102
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cPanel & WHM® expands collaboration with Ubuntu to bring full support for Ubuntu LTS in V102

40% of the 2021 Open Stack Survey respondents indicated Ubuntu as their primary OS cPanel® L.L.C., the Hosting Platform of Choice, a WebPros® portfolio company, is expanding its collaboration with Ubuntu to provide full support for Ubuntu LTS 20.04 with cPanel & WHM version 102. In the winter of 2020, CentOS 8 announced that it would be reaching its end-of-life in December of 2021. This news was somewhat unexpected in the open-source and web hosting worlds. In response, cPanel has been working towards providing solutions that will benefit our partners and customers and expand options as we move forward together. Our Commitment to GrowthAila Power, VP of Product Development, said: "Ubuntu is a solid Linux Distribution with a great track record of security and innovation. I'm real...
The Linux Foundation and Harvard’s Lab for Innovation Science Release Census of Most Widely Used Open Source Application Libraries
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The Linux Foundation and Harvard’s Lab for Innovation Science Release Census of Most Widely Used Open Source Application Libraries

Census II identifies more than one thousand of the most widely deployed applications libraries that are most critical to operations and security The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the final release of "Census II of Free and Open Source Software - Application Libraries." This follows the preliminary release of Census II, "Vulnerabilities in the Core,' a Preliminary Report and Census II of Open Source Software` and identifies more than one thousand of the most widely deployed open source application libraries found from scans of commercial and enterprise applications. This study informs what open source packages, components and projects warrant proactive operations and security support. The original Census Projec...