Scientists with NASA's Mars orbiters have been waiting years for an event like the current Mars global dust storm.
Snap packages have a rich set of features beyond getting the latest shiny on your Linux distribution. Tracks enable developers to publish multiple supported releases of their application under the same name. With this enabled, a user can switch tracks at any time to install and use an alternate supported relase of software. Within each […]
NASA's Technology Transfer program has created an online resource to promote use of satellite data and the software tools needed to work with it.
Title: IoT Security at Scale: Managing end-to-end security for Commercial IoT Gateways Speakers: Kevin Tate, CRO, Rigado Date/Time: August 8, 12:00PM EST / 5:00PM BST Rigado, a Canonical partner, provides a secure, scalable gateway solution to companies deploying large-scale Commercial IoT applications. In this webinar, Rigado will share their best practices for creating and managing […]
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Summer is here (sorry Southern hemisphere), and with the World Cup and Wimbledon over, it’s time for a new challenge! Background Snaps are universal Linux software packages. That means they can work anywhere, and contain anything. Whether you’re a Pythonista, a Golang developer or if C++ is your bag, Snapcraft can package your software as […]
The Linux desktop is not just for people who like to mess with computers. With a wide range of enterprise class productivity and collaboration tools Linux users can enjoy computing parity with their peers and colleagues running other popular desktop computing platforms. Here are 7 apps that will boost your productivity and you’ll also find […]
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Introduction Managing a service with deployments in multi-cloud environments can be a challenge in terms of troubleshooting and scalability due to the complexity of dealing with different public cloud providers. An effective way to manage services deployed cross-cloud is to use tools that allow you to define your service once and deploy anywhere: in the […]