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From model-centric to data-centric MLOps

MLOps (short for machine learning operations) is slowly evolving into an independent approach to the machine learning lifecycle that includes

  

Intel’s “DOITM” Security Feature Not Intended For Always-On Use, Linux Patches To Be Revised

Last week I wrote about Linux developers evaluating a new “DOITM” security mitigation for the latest Intel CPUs . While

  

Linux Foundation Launches Open Source Metaverse Group to Drive Interoperability

The Open Metaverse Foundation (OMF), launched last week by the Linux Foundation , was created to implement the protection and

  

Red Hat Enterprise Linux arrives in Oracles cloud

Red Hat and Oracle announced jointly Tuesday that they have partnered to bring Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) to Oracle

  

Microsoft Upgrades Defender to Lock Down Linux Gear for its Own Good

Organizations using Microsoft’s Defender for Endpoint will now be able to isolate Linux devices from their networks to contain intrusions

  

Multipass 1.11 brings enhanced performance for Linux on Mac and Windows

Multipass 1.11 is here! This release has some particularly interesting features that we’ve been wanting to ship for a while

  

Protecting Against Linux Malware

Linux is a popular and powerful operating system, but it is not immune to malware. In fact, malware that targets

  

ROS 2 Foxy and ROS Melodic EOL – Keep your robots up and running

ROS Melodic EOL is around the corner. With more than 1,004 repositories in rosdistro, Melodic is among the top 3

  

Patches Updated For Hooking eBPF Programs Into The Linux Kernel Scheduler

Published back in November were a set of patches for allowing (e)BPF to extend the Linux kernel’s scheduler . That

  

Linux Will Now Better Handle AMD SEV-SNP To Avoid Undefined Behavior For Old VMs

Merged on Sunday prior to tagging Linux 6.2-rc6 is a late “fix” for the AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization Secure Nested

  

A Complete Guide to Security Automation & Reporting Using Open Source Tools

Open source security automation is a critical aspect of modern cybersecurity. It involves the use of open source tools and

  

Meet Canonical at MWC Barcelona 2023

Join Canonical and Ubuntu at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2023 to discuss open source innovation in telecommunications.Ubuntu blogRead More

  

OpenSSF Aimed to Stem Open Source Security Problems in 2022

In 2022, the Open Source Software Foundation (OpenSSF) set its sights on fixing security problems with the open software supply

  

ROS 2 Foxy and ROS Melodic EOL – Keep your robots up and running

ROS Melodic EOL is around the corner. With more than 1,004 repositories in rosdistro, Melodic is among the top 3

  

Jammin’ with Jami – Freedom, privacy, snaps

About a year ago, the Advocacy team established first contact with Savoir-Faire Linux, a free software consultancy company behind Jami,

  

Ubuntu 18.04 EOL – keep your fleet of devices up and running

Ubuntu 18.04 ‘Bionic Beaver’ is reaching End of Standard Support this April. If you don’t take action, you will transition

  

BlackBerry: Cyberattacks Are Being Launched Once Every Minute

Threat actors are evolving to target a wide variety of systems and infrastructure, BlackBerry says in a new report. “In

  

The Unrelenting Menace of the LockBit Ransomware Gang

The notorious Russian-speaking cybercriminals grew successful by keeping a low profile. But now they have a target on their backs.LinuxSecurity

  

Ubuntu Pro enters general availability

Ubuntu Pro, Canonical’s comprehensive subscription for secure open source and compliance, is now generally available. Ubuntu Pro, released in beta

  

How Ubuntu Pro delivers enhanced security and manageability for Linux Desktop users

This week Ubuntu Pro entered general availability, giving Ubuntu users access to expanded security coverage on top of key enterprise

  

Ubuntu Pro enters general availability

Ubuntu Pro, Canonical’s comprehensive subscription for secure open source and compliance, is now generally available. Ubuntu Pro, released in beta

  

What is MLOps going to look like in 2023?

While AI seems to be the topic of the moment, especially in the tech industry, the need to make it

  

What is MLOps going to look like in 2023?

While AI seems to be the topic of the moment, especially in the tech industry, the need to make it

  

Linux Malware Rates Rise to Record Levels Amid Hacker Inconsistency

After rising and falling since 2021, new Linux malware hit record highs at year-end in 2022, growing by 117% over