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Linux

Linux is a free, open-source software operating system (OS) built on the Linux kernel. It was created by Linus Torvalds after he became curious about operating systems while attending the […]

Linux Applications

Linux applications are software programs designed for end users that run on the Linux operating system. These applications, also called end-user programs, include database programs, word processors, web browsers and […]

Linux Cluster

A Linux cluster is a connected array of Linux computers or nodes that work together and can be viewed and managed as a single system. Nodes are usually connected by […]

Linux Distribution

A Linux distribution, often shortened to Linux distro, is an operating system compiled from components developed by various open source projects and programmers. Each distribution includes the Linux kernel (the […]

Linux Dockerfile

Linux Dockerfile is a script that automatically creates Linux containers on the Docker platform. A Dockerfile is a text document that contains all the commands a user could call on […]

Linux Kernel

The Linux kernel is the foundation of the Linux computer operating system. A kernel is the lowest level of software that can interface with computer hardware. All Linux applications and […]

Linux Server

A Linux server is a server built on the Linux open-source operating system (OS). The term open source refers to software whose source code — the medium used by developers […]

LinuxONE

IBM LinuxONE Systems are low-cost, specialized servers built exclusively to run Linux enterprise applications. They are popular in small and mid-sized organizations because LinuxONE environments are extremely stable, requiring minimal […]

Live Patching

Live patching is an add-on service for Linux operating systems that allows kernel patches to be applied while the kernel (the core of a computer’s operating system) is still running. […]

Lower Latency

Lower latency refers to a minimal delay in the processing of computer data over a network connection. The lower the processing latency, the closer it approaches real-time access. A lower […]