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Asus Tinker Board Joins Raspberry Pi on the Bargain Table

"We don't see much mainstream enterprise demand for this type of compute model," said Jay Lyman, principal analyst at 451 Research, following the Compute Model 3's release last week However, he told LinuxInsider, "we do think it is an attractive model for researchers and other...

Docker Delivers Containerd to Open Source Community

Docker's decision is responsive to a couple of specific criticisms, said Jay Lyman, principal analyst for cloud management and containers at 451 Research. First, the company has come under fire for broadening its commercial and technical scope far beyond container runtime, w...

Torvalds Releases Hefty Linux Kernel Update

"The release is a fairly standard update with some improvements in file system, security and hardware support, including ARM devices and GPUs," noted Jay Lyman, a senior research analyst at 451 Research "The size and weight of Linux 4.9 may be an issue for some developers and...

It’s All Aboard for Linux Gamers at The Final Station

"You don't typically see much priority on major gaming titles released for Linux, but there are some exceptions, and this is changing to some degree with software such as SteamOS," noted Jay Lyman, senior research analyst at 451 Research. "While Linux still isn't usually trea...

Microsoft Goes All In for Linux

The move also reflects the work done by The Linux Foundation to include other prominent open source projects and communities, ranging from Cloud Foundry to Cloud Native Computing Foundation, node.js and Open Container Initiative, 451 Research Principal Analyst Jay Lyman told LinuxInsider...

AWS Gives Customers On-Premises Linux Option

"Amazon is aiming more at enterprise customers and production uses with moves such as its recent partnership with VMWare and the on-premises Linux option," noted Jay Lyman, research manager for cloud management and containers at 451 Research Amazon last month announced an all...

Facebook Nurtures Open Source Projects in Incubator

Maintaining the vitality and involvement for projects is "a significant challenge of open source software," noted Jay Lyman, a research manager at the 451 Group. "It's good to see Facebook focused on the whole life cycle of open source software projects beyond the launch and ...

Red Hat Goes All-In on OpenStack

"Some of the main improvements and enhancements are a tighter integration of Red Hat's OpenStack IaaS, OpenShift PaaS, CloudForms cloud management and Satellite systems management software, so customers can add and combine them as necessary on their cloud journey," observed Jay Lyman, a research manager at451 Research...

Cisco Aims to Pin Down Shadow IT

"We do see a significant amount of enterprise software development and IT operations work, including cloud services, that are not necessarily sanctioned by central IT or management," noted Jay Lyman, a research manager at 451 Research Nearly 15 percent of the roughly 1,000 IT...

Microsoft Doubles Down on Open Source

Microsoft has come a long way in transforming from an enemy of open source software to an active and prominent participant in the community, said Jay Lyman, research manager for cloud platforms at 451 Research "With this implementation of the .NET Core for any operating system...

Linux Leaders Join HPC Devs on Open Source Framework

The prevalence and influence of Linux in the HPC market has validated the importance of Linux, according to Jay Lyman, research manager for cloud platforms at 451 Research. Linux and related open source software are a significant part of HPC The Linux Foundation is a proven le...

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At the Heart of OpenStack Evolution

There is little question regarding the prevalence and significance of open source software in enterprise IT, but one of the best places to more deeply examine open source software and how it fits into today's enterprise IT landscape is the OpenStack cloud software and project ...

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The Cloud’s Open Source Seeds Are Growing Strong

Open source seeded the cloud, 451 Research found five years ago -- and those seeds have grown. Open source now plays an even more prevalant and important role -- not only in cloud computing, but also in other, related areas, such as big data, DevOps and application containers ...

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Docker and Containers: An Ecosystem in Motion

The community around Docker and containers is drawing interest from large enterprise and service provider end users, as well as involvement from dozens of vendors, including those pursuing various container alternatives. 451 Research has published some new research and analysis on this nascent open source software community in its latest long-format report, "Now Shipping: The Docker and Containers Ecosystem Rapidly Takes Shape."

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Docker’s No Flash in the Pan

Docker -- the open source application container technology that has drawn broad interest from the enterprise IT industry -- recently marked its second birthday since being written and launched in March 2013 by developer Solomon Hykes and his company, dotCloud, which was renamed for the technology to Docker, Inc. in October, 2013. ...

Microsoft’s Novel Windows 10 Antipiracy Plan

Anything Microsoft can do to convert users of older or pirated versions of Windows into users of new versions of Windows helps the company in a few ways, said Jay Lyman, senior analyst for enterprise software at 451 Research "The strategy is a wise departure from charging for...

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Docker-Rocket Conflict is a Good Sign

2014 saw the rise of Docker, and ended with appropriately inflated hype and hysteria around a related container technology: Rocket. ...

Acer Designs Chromebooks for Students’ Rough Handling

Chromebooks run the Chrome OS developed by Google. Providing students with lightweight yet very suitable Chromebook laptops makes good sense, said Jay Lyman, senior analyst for enterprise software at the 451 Group "In general, Linux and open source software can be a good match...

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What’s Driving Open Source 2.0?

We're hearing more from vendors about how new features, functionality, rewrites and releases are being driven by customers -- by their direct experience using the software and competing in their various industries ...

Systemd Dev Slams FOSS Culture

There has always been "a rudeness in the Linux kernel development community and in many, if not most, open source software projects whereby mailing lists, IRC, social media and other outlets can become breeding grounds for disrespect, harassment and bullying," suggested Jay Lyman, a senior analyst for enterprise software at 451 Research...

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