open source

  Advertise on ITWeb         Wed, 18 Oct, 09:11:56 AM
Section editor: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Obsidian joins forces with DevOpsDay Cape Town

It will be attending the upcoming DevOpsDay from 6 to 7 November and will showcase how the DevOps approach is improving business processes faster.

Software

Open source firm partners with Alibaba Cloud

Red Hat customers will now have the option to host their open source software on the Chinese cloud platform.

Financial

Absa, Standard Bank join SWIFT's blockchain initiative

The banks show how distributed ledger technology has the potential to improve real-time Nostro reconciliation.

Business

Free open source guides launched

These have been designed to help organisations get the most from open source and engage directly with the open source community.

Security

CyberArk launches CyberArk Conjur

This is an open source secrets management solution for DevOps.

Software

Linux certification more accessible with LPI price reduction

The Linux Professional Institute has reduced the cost of its certifications for residents of southern Africa.

Reuters

Royal Bank of Canada uses blockchain

The Canadian bank experiments with distributed ledger technology to help move payments between the US and Canada.

Software

Huge demand for (certified) open source skills

Employers are prioritising hiring open source professionals with the latest skills, says the sixth annual Open Source Jobs Report.

Software

Blue Turtle announces Delphix support for Azure

The company provides improved cloud management, workload mobility, data access and security for local customers looking to embrace Azure in 2018.


Read More


Company news

  to Open Source newsletter.

 


Top news

..

18 October | Focus Rooms, Sunninghill
ITWeb Industry Tech Update 2017
Toby Shapshak, editor-in-chief and publisher, Stuff magazine Tech update: How innovation is better in Africa
Toby Shapshak, editor-in-chief and publisher, Stuff magazine
Africa's solutions can benefit the rest of the world because they work in the harshest environments.