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Linux Foundation: LF AI, DENT, Xen Project and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)

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  • Angel, a Machine Learning Platform Contributed by Tencent, Graduates from Linux Foundation AI

    Angel, an artificial Intelligence project contributed by Tencent, successfully graduated from LF AI on December 19th after evolving from a pure model training platform to a full-stack machine learning platform, an umbrella foundation of the Linux Foundation said in a statement released on Thursday.

    Angel is the first Chinese open-sourced project to achieve this status, the LF AI Foundation added.

  • Two open source foundations intensify edge efforts, boosting telco chances

    The Linux Foundation’s latest project brings together many of the key developments in next generation networks, which the open source organization is taking such a prominent role in shaping. DENT will create an open network operating system (NOS) for disaggregated network switches in campuses or remote offices. This has clear implications for telcos as they build out edge clouds, often in tandem with smaller 5G cells. In doing this, they are targeting enterprise business with on-premise or managed edge/connectivity services, while looking to transform their own network costs with white box and open source architectures. This is the latest example of the Foundation’s growing role in defining telecoms and enterprise networks, as operators move out of their strictly proprietary worlds…

  • XEN PROJECT 4.13.0

    The Xen Project 4.13 release incorporates many new features and improvements to existing features.

  • Xen Project Hypervisor 4.13 Brings Improved Security, Hardware Support and Features to Increase Embedded Use Case Adoption

    The Xen Project, an open source hypervisor hosted at the Linux Foundation, today announced the release of Xen Project Hypervisor 4.13, which improves security, hardware support, added new options for embedded use cases and reflects a wide array of contributions from the community and ecosystem. This release also represents a fundamental shift in the long-term direction of Xen, one which solidifies its resilience against security threats due to side channel attacks and hardware issues.

  • Anchore Strengthens Open Source Security and Compliance for CNCF's Harbor Container Image Registry

    Anchore Inc., the container analysis and security experts, today announced the integration of Anchore Engine with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's (CNCF) Harbor container image registry project. Harbor is an open source, cloud-native container image registry that is currently an incubating project within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. With this new integration, Harbor users can use Anchore to automatically scan container images to identify known vulnerabilities and enforce best practices before allowing them to be published.

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    Anchore Engine, first released in 2017, is an open source tool for deep image inspection and vulnerability scanning. It is the only tool focused 100% on container-native scanning; it goes beyond basic source and binary scanning by probing into the configuration and contents of container images. Anchore Engine is the core of Anchore Enterprise, a fully-featured container security workflow solution for enterprises in highly-regulated industries.

Open Source Xen Project Hypervisor 4.13 Ships

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