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Surfshark rolls out WireGuard open source VPN protocol
When there is less code in a VPN, it is less susceptible to security vulnerabilities due to easier configuration and management, according to Surfshark.
MindsDB integrates AI & ML into MariaDB open source database
The integration means more database users can now leverage AI and machine learning capabilities within their existing databases.
ANZ New Zealand turns to Red Hat for automation & collaboration
"Through the focus on automating repeatable tasks, ANZ New Zealand is making tangible, important changes not only to how it uses technology but to the culture of working."
Dropbox goes 'Virtual First' as remote working becomes the new norm
Dropbox is investing in what it calls a ‘Virtual First’ working policy, which puts remote work front and centre of the company’s workforce culture.
Aiven eyes Google Cloud Marketplace to further open source reach
Aiven operates managed open source database, cache, search, graphic solutions and events capabilities for customers worldwide.
GitHub spruces up mobile platform as devs leave their desks behind
GitHub says these developments reflect the fact that more developers are turning to mobile apps to get their coding done.
Huawei's open source innovation inspired by 'Of All, By All, For All’
Huawei has acknowledged the importance of open source and the role it plays in accelerating innovation within the software industry.
Cloudera, Stats NZ on the radical change creating a 'data storm'
“For companies to be able to survive and thrive in this new world order, they need to be able to do more with their data, and make better sense of it."
GitHub's code vulnerability scanning tool now generally available
GitHub has recently rolled out code scanning to help developers detect and prevent vulnerabilities from popping up in their open source and enterprise code.
HPE announces worldwide remote access to new 5G lab
The goal of the lab is to accelerate adoption of open, multivendor 5G solutions by allowing HPE customers and partners a place to test and develop.
Redis Enterprise to launch as managed service on Azure Cache
The new service offering will provide Redis for Azure customers’ mission-critical workloads through enterprise-grade functionality.
Time series database vendor expands into APAC
InfluxData’s new strategic partnerships include Australian reseller Intellify and will support increased demand for InfluxDB across the region.
HPE looks to advance 5G developments with vendor neutral offering
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has added the Open Distributed Infrastructure Management (ODIM) initiative to its open 5G portfolio.
QCT develops 5G foundation in preparation for steep demand
QCT, Quanta Cloud Technology, has extended its 5G portfolio with the primary aim of providing more end-to-end products and open solutions to customers.
LG and Qualcomm band together to boost in-car experience
Harnessing webOS Auto and Qualcomm Snapdragon Automotive Development Platform (ADP), the companies aim to create and advance a more convenient in-car experience for drivers and passengers alike.
Ditch the nerd knobs: Converting data into dollars with open source
Once an outlier used only by the cost-conscious, open source’s prominence has expanded on the back of significant improvements in quality of software.
Embracing the possibilities of an open source future
Once viewed as a fringe movement, open source software has now gone mainstream and it behoves vendors to open up more fully to the developer community, Acquia writes.
Mellanox embraces open-source SONiC operating system
We look at the latest open-source move by the networking equipment vendor
Google's Federated Learning tech gets privacy enhancements
We look at the new differential privacy library that Google has open-sourced
Google Cloud rolls out Cloud Dataproc on Kubernetes
Cloud Dataproc on Kubernetes combines open source, machine learning and cloud to help modernise big data resource management.
On the shoulders of open source, cloud stands tall – BlackLine
Open source changed software development, but its impact could pale in comparison to the public cloud, writes Pete Hirsch.
Four misconceptions about open source technology - Acquia
Despite widespread adoption around the globe, open source technology continues to generate questions about its security and performance.
AI-powered national security firm Fivecast raises $4m
Fivecast Insight uses machine learning to extract insights from open-source data (such as social media) to derive knowledge for customers in segments such as law enforcement, defence and national intelligence.
Taiwan-based Wiwynn launches server with the OpenEDGE project at its core
Taiwan-based Wiwynn, a cloud IT infrastructure provider for data centers, has today launched its edge platform based on Nokia open source hardware technologies.