BSD Now Episode 339: BSD Fundraising

BSD Now Episode 339: BSD Fundraising

In this BSD Now episode, hosts Allan Jude and Benedict Reuschling discuss FuryBSD, NetBSD 9.0, OpenBSD Foundation 2019 campaign, OmniOS retrospective, NFS fileservers based on ZFS, NetBSD’s 2020 fundraising goal, OpenSSH 8.2, and some others. Click play below to...
FreeNAS and TrueNAS are Unifying

FreeNAS and TrueNAS are Unifying

iXsystems has announced that it will be unifying the FreeNAS and TrueNAS brand into one name, TrueNAS Open Storage. TrueNAS will now feature TrueNAS CORE representing the open-source and community edition (formerly FreeNAS) and TrueNAS Enterprise representing its...
FuryBSD reviewed by It’s FOSS and DistroWatch

FuryBSD reviewed by It’s FOSS and DistroWatch

It’s FOSS reviews FuryBSD, a recent distribution of the FreeBSD open-source operating system. Developed by lead Joe Maloney, FuryBSD is designed to run on a live USB and allows you to easily install it if you want to use it on your system. The article discusses...
[How-To] Deploy Kubernetes cluster on FreeBSD/bhyve by CBSD

[How-To] Deploy Kubernetes cluster on FreeBSD/bhyve by CBSD

The CBSD project shows us how to get a Kubernetes Cluster set up on a FreeBSD bhyve hypervisor. Kubernetes, originally designed by Google, is an open-source automated container-orchestration system to for application deployment, scaling, as well as management. They go...