FreeBSD has given us the "it just works" experience, without sacrificing the full control. It feels and behaves mature and stable with great performance!
Microsoft excited to announce the availability of FreeBSD 10.3 as a ready-made VM image available directly from the Azure Marketplace. This means that not only can you quickly bring-up a FreeBSD VM in Azure, but also that in the event you need technical support, Microsoft support engineers can assist.
With over 400 volunteer devs at its helm, the FreeBSD Project is a dynamic force that puts the control in administrators' hands. Project Committer Allan Jude has been a fan of the project since 2002. He discusses the system's internal structure and the feature functionality that drew him in — contributing to its documentation and then to its development — and what he's working on now, more than a decade later.
The Cascadia Community Builder Award recognizes a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the free software movement in the Cascadia region. Michael Dexter was chosen because his work with the Portland Linux/Unix Group and the BSD community exemplified the type of unsung community-building work that is so critical to the growth of the free software movement.
A summary of the activities around porting FreeBSD to ARM's new AArch64 (or ARM64) platform.
For years now, Linux has been all the rage. But in recent times, there have been murmurings among some veterans — long-time users — after the introduction of systemd, the init system that seems to overstep its boundaries.
FreeBSD virtual private servers with IPv6 support are now available on the DigitalOcean platform in: San Francisco, New York, London, Amsterdam, and Singapore. DigitalOcean is also seeking FreeBSD tutorials, for which they are offering $200 USD each.
A brief introduction to FreeBSD for curious Linux users. Covers the installation and updating process, building a basic firewall, installing binary packages, and finally installing and configuring a typical web stack with Apache, PHP, and MySQL.
The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to announce the receipt of a record-breaking donation from Jan Koum, CEO and Co-Founder of WhatsApp.
Cavium, Inc., a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for enterprise, data center, cloud, wired and wireless networking announced today that it is collaborating with the FreeBSD Foundation to develop and deliver the first ARMv8 reference design and implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System based on the ThunderX workload optimized processor family for next generation Data Center and Cloud workloads.