The CloudLinux folks recently had a Webinar that some might find interesting Enjoy!
This documentary (Software Wars 2020) was released under a Creative Commons license. It reminds me of Revolution OS from back in the day. BTW, I downloaded a 2GB 1080p mp4 version but I re-encoded it to AV1 and OPUS and put it in a .webm container. Enjoy.
I wonder where I can get the schematic for the Red Hat Tower? Enjoy!
Understanding the relationships between Fedora, CentOS, and Red Hat can be a little confusing. This guy does a fairly good job of explaining it. Enjoy!
According to wikipedia, DevConf.CZ is...
an annual, free, Red Hat sponsored community conference for developers, admins, DevOps engineers, testers, documentation writers and other contributors to open source technologies. The conference includes topics on Linux, Middleware, Virtualization, Storage and Cloud. At DevConf.cz, FLOSS communities sync, share, and hack on upstream projects together in the beautiful city of Brno, Czech Republic.
There were a lot of fantastic presentations at the 2020 conference held back in January... and 212 of have been posted to YouTube.
As a sample, here's Dan Walsh updating us on the State of Container Security. Enjoy!
Look what systemd is up to now... taking over home directories. Perhaps augmenting home directories is the better way to put it. Here's the info straight from the horse's mouth. Enjoy
Thanks again Red Hat!
Thanks Red Hat.
Jon "maddog" Hall talked about something he has personal experience in, 50 years of UNIX. Enjoy!
Trying to wrap one's head around the paradigm changes happening in the industry can be difficult. Everything is just moving way too fast. Daniel Riek has been giving a talk for a while now entitled, "A Greybeard's Worst Nightmare." Here is a fairly recent iteration of his talk where he does an excellent job of providing both a historical context and a bridge to understanding the revolution and evolution that is happening. Unfortunately a lot of the progress has been coming from black box services provided by proprietary companies who don't see lock-in as a problem. Daniel explains how the benefits that have been gained by adopting free and open source software don't have to be abandoned in an effort to keep up with industry methodology shifts providing the most innovation and value. We can and are keeping up... but there is a LOT to learn.