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Grafana Labs Raises $50 Million, Announces Grafana Accelerator Program

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It will use the funding to aggressively accelerate its product roadmap in key areas across its open and composable observability platform The funding...

The Linux Foundation Announces Formation Of Open Source Security Foundation

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It will combine efforts from the Core Infrastructure Initiative, GitHub's Open Source Security Coalition and other open source security work from founding governing...

Cyral Announces the Launch Of Open Source Project Approzium

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Approzium is designed to work standalone and does not require the use of Cyral’s commercial platform Cyral had launched the open source brewOPA...

SUSE Announces The Availibility Of SUSE Cloud Application Platform 2.0

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It will provide full application lifecycle automation and enable enterprises to shrink release cycles from months to minutes as per SUSE The enhancements...

Exadel Releases Adobe Experience Manager Authoring Toolkit

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The Toolkit supports an automatic and extendable generation of UI elements for AEM authors It will work with AEM 6.4 and on JDK...

Open Source Integrated Geospatial Data Platform India Observatory Launched

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It will be available in local languages to ensure accessibility for everyone The observatory has a detailed information on India’s social, ecological and...

IBM Launches Open Technology Cloud Pak for Security

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This open-source technology can search and translate security data from a variety of sources It comes with containerized software pre-integrated with the Red...

Ericsson Launches the World’s First Multi-Vendor Network Function Virtualisation Solution

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Docomo had launched this solution with the help of Ericsson Cloud Execution Environment (ECEE) and Ericsson Cloud Management (ECM). With this development, Ericsson plans...

WACOM Launches Interactive and Multi-Touch Tablets with Bamboo

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It has been a while that WACOM is noted as a leading tablet manufacturer, among the graphic designers. However, this is the first time they launched a series of products that could not just be used by the designers, but by the "aam junta" as well, with equal ease.