Red Hat Certified Engineer Program Changes, OpenStack v19 Released, XFCE Back in openSUSE Installer, GNOME 3.32.1 Marks First Point Release of 3.32

 

Red Hat has announced some changes with their Red Hat Certified Engineer program by focusing more on automation and updating the certification requirements.

The open source OpenStack project announced the release of version 19, named Stein. It enhances bare metal and network management while also also supporting faster launching of Kubernetes clusters.

For those who were missing it, XFCE is now back in the openSUSE Tumbleweed installer. It can be selected alongside GNOME and KDE Plasma.

Now available, GNOME 3.32.1 marks the first point release of GNOME 3.32. And it boasts four weeks worth of bugs fixes.

Petros Koutoupis, LJ Editor at Large, is currently a senior performance software engineer at Cray for its Lustre High Performance File System division. He is also the creator and maintainer of the RapidDisk Project. Petros has worked in the data storage industry for well over a decade and has helped pioneer the many technologies unleashed in the wild today.

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