Open source database-as-a-service vendor Instaclustr has hired Apache Software Foundation board member Justin Mclean as its vice-president, Lead Training Services.
Attackers who caused the data leak at American credit information provider Equifax, that led to the details of about 143 million being made public, are likely to have used a vulnerability in the Apache Struts Web application framework to gain entry.
Australian-founded document productivity solutions company Nitro is pushing further international expansion after completing a US$15 million capital raising led by global investment firm Battery Ventures.
The OpenOffice project has raised the possibility that it could shutter its doors, with Dennis Hamilton, the vice-president of the group that runs it now, having opened a discussion recently on how retirement of the project would look like.
The Apache Software Foundation has not yet fixed a five-month-old bug in the office suite Apache OpenOffice, despite the fact that it opens an user to an easily exploitable situation.
Citrix has released CloudStack 3 under the Apache licence as a move towards making it part of the Apache stack. The company has also become a platinum sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation.
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