With the solution to a two-distro system, a stable rolling release, an active community and features that make a developer’s life easier, see why this distro may be the right choice for you.
There are a wide variety of Linux distros to choose from, each with different features that may appeal to software developers.
Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distro and supports development in areas including artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The Unix-like OS offers support for a wide range of hardware platforms, third-party tools and an active, supportive community.
Developers have opportunities to provide solutions for a range of vertical markets and to address the new demand for remote capabilities.
Software innovation will help shape the post-pandemic world.
Healthcare practices can improve patient experiences by providing modern, digitized experiences that give patients the convenience of self-service.
A modular approach offers faster innovation, greater availability, and easier scalability — but microservices architecture also has its own set of challenges.
Blockchain and distributed ledger technology have the promise of providing data integrity, but there are issues to address to make blockchain a practical and effective approach.
Businesses are turning to microservices for increased agility and scalability, but successfully delivering takes some changes to the way you interact with users and monitor operations.
Easy merchant onboarding is a plus, but PayFac requirements and responsibility may be more than you’re willing to take on as an ISV.
Advances in this open-source database improve performance and visibility and have led to the most stable Cassandra release yet.
The number of public sector cyberattacks is increasing. Take these steps to protect your clients.
According to recent research, open source vulnerabilities rose by almost 50% in 2019 over the previous year.
Despite the pandemic, there are ways organizations can create opportunities and address demand for service-based infrastructure and cloud-based initiatives.