Hortonworks: the red hat of hadoop | #RHSummit

Alan McStravick | April 16th

Red Hat has long been lauded for their approach of focusing on and building a sound infrastructure upon which all of their subsequent innovations were built upon. Their open source approach was and continues to be fairly...»

Smart building projects to boom in 2018

Mellisa Tolentino | April 16th

This week’s Smart City roundup features the increasing interest in smart buildings, the trends driving companies to transition to smart buildings, and the initial steps taken towards automating buildings.

The future of smart buildings

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DevOps behind emergence of continuous innovation, delivery becoming standard practice | #RHSummit

Alan McStravick | April 16th

Ask anyone in DevOps about the unicorns in their field and they will tell you about the companies that have embraced the concept of allowing their developers to conceive, write and deploy their code quickly and continually....»

Playing the Heartbleed blame game

David Coursey | April 16th

Someone would have to be pretty dense not to blame open-source for the global catastrophe that is the Heartbleed bug. But that hasn't stopped InfoWorld from trying. "Stop laying the blame for Heartbleed...»

Data as the value proposition + storage as a subsystem of the OS | #RHSummit

Valentina Craft | April 16th

Ranga Rangachari, Vice President and General Manager of Storage at Red Hat, appeared in theCUBE to speak with co-hosts John Furrier and Stu Miniman, during the Red Hat Summit 2014 taking place this week in San Francisco. "Storage...»

VMware has global ambitions, reveals $500M India investment

Maria Deutscher | April 16th

VMware is planning to spend $500 million over the next three years to expand its operations in India, which Gartner predicts will become the world’s fastest growing enterprise software market through 2016. The move...»

Space programs join open source community, NASA releases source code catalogue

Saroj Kar | April 16th

One small step for NASA, a great gift for the open source community. The National Aeronautics And Space Administration (NASA) plans to release the source code of some 1,000 software projects this week. The U.S. space agency wants...»

Open source now tier 1 for software development | #RHSummit

Alan McStravick | April 16th

As Day 2 begins, I wanted to take the time to remember all the way back to yesterday on theCUBE. It may have been only 24 short hours ago, but the conversations had with some of the...»

Bitcoin Weekly 2014 April 16: Upgrade to fix Heartbleed bug, Bitcoin value exceeds $500, Amazon not interested in BTC, Reddit’s /r/technology rejecting ‘Bitcoin’ headlines

Kyt Dotson | April 16th

With last week’s Heartbleed bug still bright in the minds of Internet users, if you run a Bitcoin client it is a good time for you to immediately upgrade to 0.9.1 if you have not already. As fears...»

Innovation happens out in the open for modern IT | #RHSummit

Valentina Craft | April 16th

Webcasting live in San Francisco from the Red Hat Summit 2014, John Furrier and Stu Miniman welcomed to theCUBE Ashesh Badani, Vice President and General Manager of OpenShift at Red Hat. Furrier started by asking Badani for a...»