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Uptime Institute releases 3rd annual outage analysis

Uptime Institute published the findings of its Annual Outage Analysis, an important industry indicator. Uptime Institute published the findings of its Annual Outage Analysis, an important industry indicator. It shows that while improvements have been made with technology and better management of the availability, outages remain a major industry, customer, and regulatory concern. The report...

Rocky Linux release candidate is now available for testing

The Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) announced the general availability of the Rocky Linux 8.3 Release Candidate 1 for x86_64 and aarch64 architectures. Rocky Linux is the latest option available to all the disenchanted CentOS users whose preferred distribution was abruptly terminated in December 2020. Lead by CentOS founder Gregory Kurtzer, the project has announced...

How to Upgrade Fedora Linux 33 to Fedora Linux 34

Users of the Fedora Linux 33 release can now upgrade their installations to the recently released Fedora Linux 34, so here’s a quick and painless tutorial for those who don’t know yet how to upgrade their Fedora Linux installations. Fedora Linux 34 is out today and it’s packed with lots of goodies, including the latest...

AlmaLinux 8.4 Beta has been released

Following the successful release of the 8.3 Stable release on March 30th, the AlmaLinux Community released AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Beta. CloudLinux published the first stable release of AlmaLinux OS, a powerful and free CentOS alternative with a live event on March 30th. Now, AlmaLinux OS 8.4 Beta has been released for testing. CloudLinux is an...

Latest Arch Linux ISO has been Release with the ArchInstall CLI Guided Installer

The latest Arch Linux ISO snapshot for April 2021 comes with the well-known archinstall command-line guided installer to help veterans spend less time installing the famous distro.   Arch Linux 2021.04.01 is now available for download as the most up-to-date installation medium of this independently developed, flexible, lightweight, and rolling-release GNU/Linux distribution. While last month’s...

Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) ISO’s are ready to download

The Canonical team announced the release of Ubuntu 21.04 which is also known by its code name Hirsute Hippo. Shortly after the release of the final beta version of Ubuntu 21.04, Canonical announced the release of the first stable version of Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo. The latest version of the popular Linux distribution can be...

How to secure a WordPress site

If you are having problems or have concerns about your WordPress website’s safety, take a closer look at our list to improve its security. WordPress is by far the most popular content management system, accounts for over one-third of all websites online. It allows users to easily create their websites and manage them with tons...

Fedora Linux 34 released

The Fedora team announced the latest release, Fedora 34, the results of the hard work of thousands of contributors to the Fedora Project. The Fedora team announced the release of Fedora Linux 34. The latest release comes with a new logo, which solves a lot of the technical problems with the old one. You can...

Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform 2.17 released!

Kubermatic Kubernetes Platform (KKP) 2.17 is now available, as part of Kubermatic’s relentless dedication to the innovation of all things Kubernetes. The big story for this release is Kubermatic‘s collaboration with the long-standing client-partner SysEleven, resulting in the new etcd backup and restore controllers that make every operator’s life a whole lot easier. The latest...