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Vivid Vervet Doesn't Have Much Meat on Its Bones


You will not see much new in Ubuntu 15.04, aka "Vivid Vervet," unless you peer under the hood. The release of Ubuntu 15.04 for the desktop includes mostly maintenance and bug fixes, along with new integrated menus and dashboard usability improvements. Perhaps the most significant technical change in this desktop release is the adoption of Systemd to replace the default init manager system.
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VMware Draws on Open Source to Manage Cloud Micro Services


With Project Lightwave and Project Photon, VMware is preparing itself and its customers for a future in which cloud-native, containerized applications will be as important and widely used as traditional business applications, said analyst Charles King. "VMware's effort counts as a great start that I expect will spark additional solutions for supporting cloud-native application development."
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Re: The Big Presentation: The Familiar, the Frustrating and the Flashy 2  madjr   2010-12-29 11:31:04 
Re: Mind-Mapping Apps: Lightweight Labyrinth, Quick-Witted VYM and Simple Semantik 3  awahl   2010-12-20 19:17:41 
Re: Why Richard Stallman Takes No Shine to Chrome 4  bw   2010-12-16 05:36:44 
Re: Primo PM Apps: Planner's Solid, TaskJuggler Scales, KPlato Simplifies 2  IoanLucian   2010-12-15 07:26:57 
Re: Ubuntu's Game-Changing Quest for 'Unity' 6  madjr   2010-12-14 10:10:35 
Re: Has Linux Reached the End of the Line? 8  hairyfeet   2010-12-14 06:01:56 
Re: Oracle: Bull in the FOSS China Shop 3  bw   2010-12-14 05:54:24 
Re: 'Tis the Season for Rolling Releases 8  hairyfeet   2010-12-11 18:48:15 
Re: Is Rubin's 300,000-Androids-a-Day Tweet on Target? 3  kwacka   2010-12-10 10:22:28 
Re: The Open Cloud: There's a Right Way 2  pythondj   2010-12-09 11:45:53 
Re: Corporate IT Needs to Embrace the Spirit of Open Source 2  aoeu   2010-12-05 20:29:14 
Re: 3 Open Source Design Apps: The Pro, the Novice and the Trainee 2  carmean   2010-12-01 21:56:01 
Re: Open Source and the Federal Budget Squeeze, Part 2 2  jrep   2010-11-29 14:31:21 
Re: The 233-Line Kernel Patch and the (Even Easier) Alternatives 2  gmack   2010-11-29 12:37:46 
Re: What Tweaks Could Make Linux Even Better? 6  madjr   2010-11-22 16:14:55 
Re: The Android Potluck Buffet 2  madjr   2010-11-20 21:52:34 
Re: Could the Windows Comparison Game Hurt Linux? 5  madjr   2010-11-19 08:52:18 
Re: Linux Video Editing Apps: The Simple, the Slick and the Stumbly 2  madjr   2010-11-19 07:23:53 
Re: Ubuntu's Great Graphical Gambit: X Won't Mark the Spot 11  hairyfeet   2010-11-18 22:06:50 
Re: Tales From the Linux Dark Side 9  bw   2010-11-18 09:30:48 

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