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OpenStack isn't just ready for enterprise adoption, it's already there
ZDNet – May 21, 2015
Some people, like Forrester Research, still have concerns about OpenStack. That's cute. While Forrester, and they're far from the only ones, worry about just how ready OpenStack is for the business, Best Buy, BMW, EBay, and WalMart are already using OpenStack for mission-critical work. Maybe it's just me, but if companies with their kind of volume of work are using OpenStack, I'd say it's not just ready, it's here.
Fedora 22: Cloud, desktop and server innovation
ZDNet – May 26, 2015
To look into Red Hat's Linux crystal ball, just gaze at Fedora, its community-driven Linux distribution. With the general release of Fedora 22, you can see exactly where Red Hat plans on taking Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) in the future.
Red Hat CEO’s book centres on importance of being open
IDG Connect Ltd. – May 27, 2015
For a CEO, managing a company with its roots in the open source community might seem like the equivalent of Dante’s inner circle of hell. It’s doubtless financially rewarding but the noise of opinion on technology, ethics, strategy and so on must pose a risk to hearing problems for leaders. In The Open Organization, Jim Whitehurst reports on what it’s like to run the world’s biggest open source software company, Red Hat.
The top contributors to the Docker project include many familiar names -- and a few surprises
eWeek – May 27, 2015
Docker is a hot property. Thousands of people on GitHub are either involved with or following the project, but the lion's share of the contributions can be traced back to a few key entities -- and one of them may have more people working on Docker than Docker itself.
Be a Leader Who Can Admit Mistakes
Harvard Business Review – June 2, 2015
This might sound obvious, but if you want to build a more engaged workforce you need to, well, engage. That means, whether you are a CEO or a frontline manager, you need to be working hard to connect, face-to-face, with your people. That can mean anything from walking around and making pit stops in offices and cubicles to holding town hall discussions with your teams and staying to answer questions afterward. But most leaders simply can’t make time to sit down with every person in the company, in every office around the world, on a regular basis. It’s mathematically impossible. So what should leaders do instead?
Everything you need to know about containers
Information Age – June 3, 2015
To cope with an increasingly networked and interconnected world, industrial automation is evolving to incorporate many of the new or repurposed technologies underpinning general-purpose computing.


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