Niraj Sahay

First-class open source integration for Azure applications

Speaker: Jose Miguel Parrella, CTO-M&O, Microsoft Corp Track: Presentation Date: 7th November 2014; Edition: OSI 2014        

Goibibo: Technology Evolution, The Open Source way

Speaker: Vikalp Sahni, CTO Goibibo.com Track: Presentation Date: 8th November 2014; Edition: OSI 2014        

Trafodion – An enterprise-class SQL based on Hadoop DBMS engine

Speaker: Krishna Kumar, Sr. Architect, HP & Karthikeyan Soundararajan, Architect, HP Track: Presentation Date: 8th November 2014; Edition: OSI 2014        

Improving management efficiency and Cloud scale of MySQL

Speaker: Ryusuke Kajiyama, MySQL Sales Consulting Manager, JAPAC Track: Presentation Date: 8th November 2014; Edition: OSI 2014

Introduction to Docker

Speaker: Neependra Khare, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat Track: Presentation Date: 8th November 2014; Edition: OSI 2014        

Windows 8 Taps SUSE Linux for its Secure Boot

Windows 8 is among the youngest OS in the industry. It is young and that means it still needs a lot of improvement. One area that the Microsoft OS is focusing on is…

Funny Mythness

About Linux desktops in a business environment and virtual machines… best appreciated by experienced Linux users. There are many myths related to Linux in a business environment. For me, the most pervasive and…

Code Sport

In this month’s column, let us continue our discussion on dynamic languages, focusing on JavaScript. In last month’s column, we explored dynamic languages and how they are translated. While Web 2.0 accelerated the…

SAFENTRIX: It’s Time to Kill e-mail Spam, for Free!

While there are numerous proprietary e-mail security solutions around, how many actually manage to live up to their claims? And who says that customer service and satisfaction never come free? LFY tries its best to search out a solution that addresses these concerns.

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