Most code remains closed and proprietary, even though open source now dominates enterprise platforms. How can that be?
Stories by Matt Asay
AWS, Microsoft, and Google are all racing to figure out how to turn their innovations into open source on-ramps to their proprietary services
Alibaba’s cloud is the No. 3 public cloud globally—not Google—and it seeks to displace AWS as No. 1. But in China it is protected from competition through government ties
LinkedIn is a model for producing open source code that really matters to a community—and highlights why developers would want to work for you
Unless Google can get its serverless act together, it may end up winning the container battle but losing the cloud war
Amazon’s new membership in the CNCF isn’t matched by actual code contributions to the Google-driven container project. That could ultimately hurt AWS
Amazon's intelligent personal assistant has amassed more than 15,000 skills. If only we could find them