开源之道一周精选(2019 03 17)

2019年 Changelog.com 的基础架构变化;在你的服务器上运行 VS Code;从开源到商业数据分析的转变使成本超过准确性;品牌与营销:当今数字市场的创新解决方案;F5 收购 Nginx;开源更深入地进入硬件:CHIPS联盟项目;微软:我们打算修复Chromium 的鼠标滚动问题已应用于Edge;OpenStack 社区发生了什么?开放展望:新兴技术;软件市场预测:全部是关于开源;Linux基金会新成立社区桥梁平台,旨在更好的维持开源社区;英特尔、Linux基金会启动开源硅小组;Tetrate 获1千2百5十万的投资,旨在微服务的治理;AWS Elasticsearch发行版引发了开源竞争火灾;新的CI / CD基金会吸引了业界巨头,纷纷捐赠开源项目;MongoDB第四季度云业务收入激增;Suse 再次成为独立的公司;云计算:为什么微软的开源数据计划向前迈出了一大步;云厂商和开源的战争一触即发

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2019年 Changelog.com 的基础架构变化

原文链接:The new changelog.com setup for 2019

适兕点评:

绝对清晰的、实用的、省事的、省钱的方案,我其实也应该考虑将开源之道这么玩。现在的环境实在是浪费钱。要去花时间整理出来。

在你的服务器上运行 VS Code

原文链接:VS Code on Your Server

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基于云的IDE,比那些商业的产品好多了,比如华为的那个dev-cloud,简直烂死了。

从开源到商业数据分析的转变使成本超过准确性

原文链接:The Shift From Open Source To Commercial Data Analytics Is Placing Cost Over Accuracy

适兕点评:

有阳光的地方就有阴影,数据分析工具要不要开源?数据本身要不要开放? 涉及到社会公共问题的时候该怎么处理?比如社交媒体。即使是完全从商业的角度来分析,风险将如何增加?

品牌与营销:当今数字市场的创新解决方案

原文链接:Branding vs Marketing: Innovative Solutions In Today’s Digital Marketplace

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“why did I set up this brand?” “What is my purpose with my product(s) for the long term?” “Do I want to expand over time or keep it local?” “What am I actually trying to accomplish besides make money and what is my target audience?”

就软件(信息产品)而言,开源乃主流,品牌和营销模式也是一大重头戏。所以值得思考。

F5 收购 Nginx

原文链接:NGINX to Join F5: Proud to Finish One Chapter and Excited to Start the Next

原文链接:F5 acquires NGINX for $670M to move into open-source, multi-cloud services

适兕点评:

F5 在下一个时代明显创新乏力,云原生时代需要接受外部创新。但是Nginx在下一代Service Mesh中没有什么竞争力。此乃开源界收购案例之一大败笔。

开源更深入地进入硬件:CHIPS联盟项目

原文链接:Open source advances deeper into hardware: The CHIPS Alliance project

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“Open collaboration has repeatedly proven to help industries accelerate time to market, achieve long-term maintainability, and create de facto standards,” said Mike Dolan, the Linux Foundation’s vice president of strategic programs, said in a statement. “The same collaboration model applies to the hardware in a system, just as it does to software components. We are eager to host the CHIPS Alliance and invite more organizations to join the initiative to help propel collaborative innovation within the CPU and SoC markets.”

微软:我们打算修复Chromium 的鼠标滚动问题已应用于Edge

原文链接:Microsoft: We want to fix Chromium’s ‘janky’ mouse scrolling with a dose of Edge

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社区的发展形势一片大好!微软的诚恳与Google的开放!竞合之间,世界充满民主与文明。

OpenStack 社区发生了什么?

原文链接:What’s happening in the OpenStack community?

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执行主席 Jonathan 亲自撰文发表到OpenSource.com上,2018年的规划而已,他依然没有反思! 经验实在太差,走的过于激进! 我以为OpenStack 目前急需做的事情是改变项目社区的方法论,提交代码的方式和流程需要改变,重新赢得人们的信任。而不是什么举办会议,急需收纳不良项目(kata)。

开放展望:新兴技术

原文链接:Open Outlook: Emerging Technologies

适兕点评:

红帽CTO 亲自撰文展望2019年的重大技术:Kubernetes,knative、KubeVirt等等。

软件市场预测:全部是关于开源

原文链接:A software market prediction: it’s all about open source

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是的,开源会怎么发展?软件又该如何盈利?这是所有人都应该思考的问题。

Linux基金会新成立社区桥梁平台,旨在更好的维持开源社区

原文链接:The Linux Foundation Launches New CommunityBridge Platform to Help Sustain Open Source Communities

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CommunityBridge 将改变传统社区和GitHub新兴社区之间的竖井关系:

  • CommunityBridge Funding: enabling developers to transparently raise and spend funding;
  • CommunityBridge Security: providing transparency into potential vulnerabilities and fixes; and
  • CommunityBridge People: enabling easy connections of mentors and prospective mentees interested in getting involved in projects and advancing diversity.

Linux基金会看起来做了所有应该做的事情。国内那些联盟都在干嘛?

英特尔、Linux基金会启动开源硅小组

原文链接:Intel, Linux Foundation Launch Open Source Silicon Groups

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开源渗透到硬件已经非常的厉害了,OCP,CHIPS联盟,以及CXL。 意义非凡,国内的互联网公司都在。

Tetrate 获1千2百5十万的投资,旨在微服务的治理

原文链接:Tetrate nets $12.5 million to bring microservices to the corporate masses

适兕点评:

科技创业公司的典范,a company bringing commercial services and support to the open-source projects Istio and Envoy, providing network management functions for the microservices that make up modern mobile applications。炙手可热的Service Mesh 。想想同时发生的Nginx的案例。这就是技术公司的诞生。

AWS Elasticsearch发行版引发了开源竞争火灾

原文链接:AWS Elasticsearch distro stokes open source competitive fires

适兕点评:

AWS 搞开源的Elasticsearch这件事,取决于你站在什么立场,如果我现在入职了Elastic,那么我就对AWS恨得咬牙切齿。但是从AWS的角度来讲又认为Elastic太坑。

Today’s open source software communities are as much about end users as they are about the providers. ———— Jay Lyman ,analyst, 451 Research

新的CI / CD基金会吸引了业界巨头,纷纷捐赠开源项目

原文链接:New CI/CD Foundation Draws Tech’s Big Beasts, Open Source Donations

原文链接:Continuous Delivery Foundation hopes to bring rhyme and reason to CI/CD

适兕点评:

DevOps 这么火爆,连商业公司都乘机赚到爆,那么Jenkins 的鼻祖又如何了呢?走开放的标准才是王道,早就该这么搞了。

MongoDB第四季度云业务收入激增

原文链接:MongoDB Q4 revenues surge on cloud business

适兕点评:

看来还是有人为同情牌买账的。MongoDB 本来走的就是商业模式的道路。这个看起来很美好的财务报告,可能是让MongoDB加速死亡的原因。

Suse 再次成为独立的公司

原文链接:Suse is once again an independent company

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看看suse悲惨的历史经历:Suse was first acquired by Novell in 2004. Novell was then acquired by Attachmate in 2010, which Micro Focus acquired in 2014. The company then turned Suse into an independent division, only to then announce its sale to EQT in the middle of 2018. Novell这家曾经的王者,卖都卖的没有任何的尊严。 techcrunch 给出的结论蛮有意思:Since IBM recently bought Red Hat for $34 billion, though, it remains to be seen how long Suse’s independent future will last. The market for open source is only heating up, after all. 开源真的很热哦。

云计算:为什么微软的开源数据计划向前迈出了一大步

原文链接:Cloud computing: Why Microsoft’s open source data plan is a big step forward

适兕点评:

微软最近开源的数据压缩算法是和硬件密切相关的,而且也是递交给OCP的一部分。这就又和法律有关了。文中提到:If you want to move data from Azure to Adobe’s marketing cloud or between SAP and Dynamics the way the three companies encourage customers to do under the Open Data Initiative, then it would make more sense to move it while it’s compressed rather than expanding it. And doing that means both clouds and any servers you’re using will need to understand Zipline. 开放的数据,这个问题说大就大了去了。

云厂商和开源的战争一触即发

原文链接:The Cloud and Open Source Powder Keg

适兕点评:

来自我最喜欢的RedMonk分析师: Stephen O’Grady 的专业评论。 为了利益而战,这在商业界是再正常不过的事情了。那么究竟双方谁是受益者了呢? 作者并没有直接回答,而是拿100多年前的第一次世界大战来说事,死伤无数!民众受难!如果说政治家、军事家们都是大白痴,那么技术界是不是也到处都是白痴? 我甚为认同。

One hundred years ago, leadership of dozens of countries decided to march into a conflict that it knew would be costly, horrifically damaging and from which there was unlikely to be a real winner. They did so because they didn’t see any other choice. The technology industry doesn’t seem to either.