Posts Tagged ‘Nasa’

 

Firmware forensics: best practices in embedded software source-code discovery

Remember unintended acceleration? Here's what NASA should have examined in Toyota's software.

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Firmware forensics: best practices in embedded software source-code discovery

Remember unintended acceleration? Here's what NASA should have examined in Toyota's software.

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OpenStack cloud fluffer growing faster than Linux

Two years in, and still not quite a cloud operating system Analysis The OpenStack cloud controller, launched two years ago to the day by techies at NASA Ames Research Center and Rackspace Hosting, has come a long way in its infancy.?

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Nasa Ditching Open Source Openstack? Not So Fast

ServerWatch: The move from research to commercial production is a common theme across the history of NASA, both past and present.

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NASA, State Department and Veteran Affairs Innovation Initiative Host Open Source Summit

Registration for the second Open Source Summit, hosted by NASA, the U.S. State Department and the Veteran Affairs Innovation Initiative to advance the use of open source software in government, is under way.

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Government finds airwaves for possible wireless data

New York— The federal government wants to alleviate data congestion on smartphones and other mobile devices by asking the Defense Department, NASA and other agencies to switch to new locations on the airwaves or share their existing frequencies with commercial networks.

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I3P at Ames – NASA’s IT Infrastructure Integration Program

I3P at Ames - NASA's IT Infrastructure Integration Program (7 hours ago)

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Nasa Open Source Summit Proceedings Online

The event brought engineers and policy makers from across NASA together with well-respected members of the open source community together to discuss current challenges with NASA's open source policy framework. (7 hours ago)

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