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Five Evolutions of Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is essentially the automation of IT service provisioning through software which replace human tasks. It is currently evolving in multiple directions. Free Software and Open Hardware will eventually lead to massive price cuts compared to current price levels in USA or Asia. Edge Computing will reduce the need of data centres whenever network latency or availability become critical. Service Workers will eliminate the need of servers, both at the edge or at the data centre, in 90% cases. Big Servers will eventually replace smaller servers as the standard fabric the data centre.
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Edge Computing for Industrial Automation and Control

The business of industrial automation and control will move away over time from existing, highly profitable, proprietary product lines towards much more flexible yet less profitable open hardware and Free Software. Future profits will eventually emerge from online services based on industrial big data, personalisation, legal regulation and trade secret powered by increasingly smart sensors and gateways at the edge.
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Improving the performance of Ansible

Since Ansible switched to v2, the deep rebuild of its architecture has led to a huge slowdown in its performance. Here we show two ways of improvement that can be easily implemented.
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Nexedi Demonstrates Open Source Network Management System for 5G/4G Networks at MWC 2018

Nexedi is demonstrating during Mobile World Congress 2018 a preview of a Network Management System (NMS) designed for low latency 5G and 4G networks. NMS is published under Free Software license, integrated with Amarisoft 5G / 4G stack and supports Edge Computing for AI offloading.
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Turnkey Enterprise Cloud Solution with 2880 x86 cores priced 205.000€ announced by Horizon Computing and Nexedi

Turnkey Enterprise Cloud announced by Horizon Computing and Nexedi - Priced 205.000€ per building block - Based on Open Hardware Solutions (OHS) and SlapOS fully integrated Edge Cloud - Using 2880 x86 cores per block
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Flocks of Drones with SlapOS

SlapOS hyperconverged OS is an ideal solution to deploy orchestrated services that interconnect flocks of drones with data collection points and backend services for image processing.
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Earth Observation AppStore

A presentation of the Big Data AppStore in the context of digital transformation strategy of multinational companies specialising in Earth Observation.
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Mynij IT: Gandi, Online, SlapOS and ERP5, that's all!

A step by step guide that demonstrates how a small company can autonomously run its own IT infrastructure with SlapOS and ERP5 at virtually no cost and with little effort, and implement the latest cloud approach: edge cloud.
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GrandeNet - The Internet on Steroids

GrandeNet can be used to optimize connectivity between computers distributed around the world by creating a mesh network which can be even faster them the Internet itself.
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RINA: Creating a RINA Testing Environment in SlapOS

Nexedi is a member of the "Pristine" project whose objective is to develop a software kit for next generation networking based on RINA. This blog post and tutorial will give an overview over RINA , Pristine and Nexedi's role in the project as well as demonstrating how to setup RINA on a number of SlapOS virtual machines.
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The Routerless Enterprise

An article about the future of networks with references to various mesh network routing protocols
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VIFIB Distributed Mesh Cloud (DMC) approaches Zero Emission with Net PUE of 20%

VIFIB announces Zero Emission allocation
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Stimergy Digital Boiler Servers to Power VIFIB's Resilient Cloud

VIFIB announces partnership with Stimergy
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Nexedi Announces Open Source Cloud Banking Solution based on ERP5 and SlapOS

After 6 years of successful operation of ERP5 ERP/CRM in multiple financial institutions, Nexedi is proud to announce an open source Cloud based solution for Banking with a simple and innovative pricing scheme: Nexedi Cloud Banking.
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"Wendelin" Big Data Libre Announced at MariaDB Community Event

Launch of Wendelin Exanalytics at MariaDB conference, Santa Clara, April 3
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ViFiB launches "SlapRunner" Resilient Platform as a Service (PaaS) powered by "Post Cloud" decentralized infrastructure

VIFIB announces commercial service for Slap Runner
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IT Asset management with ERP5, SlapOS, GLPI, OTRS and OCS/FusionInventory

A description of different ways to integrate ERP5, SlapOS, GLPI, OTRS, OCS and Fusion Inventory.
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SUPINFO International University and TU Dresden have launched today the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to teach ERPs based on open source ERP5

SUPINFO International University and TU Dresden have launched today the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to teach ERPs based on open source ERP5. About 1500 students located in 12 countries will be participating to the MOOC in addition to dozens of anonymous students from other institutions. The MOOC is based on ERP5, an open source ERP created by Nexedi and deployed by multinational companies and by governments on 4 continents and on the One Student One ERP (OSOE) education program.
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Government Selects SlapOS Decentralized Cloud to Serve 30.000 users

SlapOS, the open source decentralized Cloud platform, was selected by government in Africa to power its data center and provide access to 10 mission critical applications to 30,000 users. It is the first commercial success of SlapOS on the sovereign Cloud market, only 3 months after its commercial introduction on June 18th, 2012.
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