eWEEK: Linux kernel development is getting a new layer of security with the introduction of two-factor authentication for code commits.
ITWorld: I have to admit that home automation is one Linux product category that I've hardly paid any attention to over the years.
The VAR Guy: Database-as-a-service (DBaaS) vendor Tesora is certifying relational, NoSQL and distributed databases for compatibility with OpenStack cloud storage.
opensource.com: Applications running in Linux containers are isolated within a single copy of the operating system running on a physical server.
softpedia: Reports about the city of Munich authorities that are considering the replacement of Linux with Microsoft products mostly comes from one man, the Deputy Mayor of Munich, who is also a long-term self-declared Windows fan.
softpedia: The European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) is now powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and it's making a firm commitment towards open source and Linux software.
Linoxide: Viber is a cross-platform instant messaging VoIP application
Datamation: Productivity is essential to anyone's day, no matter who you are or where you work
ITworld: The /proc file system brings the processes on your Unix systems into view in some very useful ways, but only if you take the time to cd over to /proc and see all it can tell you.
xmodulo: Working with permissions on Linux is rather a simple task.
ServerWatch: Server and cloud administrators have long had multiple virtualization options to choose from.
LinuxGizmos: The Xen Project's Embedded and Automotive initiative will bring its hypervisor to a GlobalLogic IVI stack combining a fast-boot Android with Linux or QNX.
nextstep4IT: Network bonding is the aggregation or combination of multiple lan cards into a single bonded interface to provide high availability and redundancy.
Nixcraft: Ansible is a powerful configuration management solution written in python.
The VAR Guy: ObjectRocket, the database-as-a-service platform owned by Rackspace, now supports Redis, the open source, in-memory key-value data cache and store.
OMGUbuntu: If Ubuntu-based Linux distributions were comic book superheroes, who would be what and why? That’s the question I’ve been mulling over for the last half hour.
eHowStuff: Monitorix is an open source and lightweight system monitoring tool designed to monitor network and system resources in linux/UNIX operating system.