EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Chris Wright, Technical Director of SDN at Red Hat discusses the new OpenDaylight release.
inquirer: RHELA will be a relation of, but not identical to, the x86 version, with most features intact and working on 64-bit ARMv8-A chips, most importantly to a common standard, which as ever with Red Hat is the goal.
PC World: The DirectX 11 support coming to CrossOver and Wine will let more Windows games 'just run' on Linux.
The VAR Guy: BSD was the first "open source" Unix-like operating system, but it never became nearly as popular as ones based on GNU and the Linux kernel.
ComputerWorld: Red Hat updated both its Ceph and Gluster file systems for enterprise usage
Forbes: Data integration was a big business before the big data craze and has become a bigger business since.
Linux.com: Rsync stands for remote sync which was written by Andrew Tridgell and Paul Mackerras back in 1996.
Phoronix: David Airlie has sent in the main DRM driver updates for the Linux 4.2 kernel.
LinuxInsider: Aero uses a Windows 7-style Start Menu.