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Nobody Owns Linux, But You Can Pay For It – Or Not

While Recreating CentOS As ‘Rocky Linux’, Gregory Kurtzer Also Launches A Sponsoring Startup – Slashdot

OpenDrives Raises $20 Million In Series B, Total At $30 Million

Rocky Linux Is Go: CentOS Founder’s New Project Aims To Be 100% Compatible With Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Ctrl IQ Debuts Solution For Performance Intensive Workflows

NAS Developer OpenDrives Nabs $20M In New Funding, Invests In Ctrl IQ

Network-Attached-Storage Provider OpenDrives Raises Up To $20M In Series B Funding

Ctrl IQ Aims To Democratize Hybrid Orchestration For Performance-Intensive Workflows

OpenDrives, Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) Solutions Provider, Raises Up To $20M In Series B Funding Led By IAG Capital Partners

Ctrl IQ Makes Its Market Debut To Democratize Secure Hybrid Orchestration For Performance-Intensive Workflows

Ctrl IQ Emerges To Drive Orchestration Into The Cloud

OpenDrives Raises $20M To Help Hollywood Store Massive Troves Of Data

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Meet Rocky Linux: New RHEL Fork By The Original CentOS Creator

OpenDrives, Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) Solutions Provider, Raises Up To $20M In Series B

HPC, Niche To Mainstream

OpenDrives Raises Up To $20 Million For Data Storage Used By Hollywood

CENTOS IS DEAD, LONG LIVE CENTOS

CentOS Co-founder Launches Company To Support Fork

OpenDrives, Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) Solutions Provider, Raises Up To $20M In Series B Funding Led By IAG Capital Partners

The Ask Noah Show: Rocky Linux With Greg Kurtzer

Podcast #72: Gregory Kurtzer, Rocky Linux

The LA TechWatch Startup Daily Funding Report: 1/21/2021

Red Hat Makes Drastic Changes To CentOS, Leaves Users Fuming

OpenDrives, Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) Solutions Provider, Raises Up To $20M In Series B Funding Led By IAG Capital Partners

Hollywood Has A Storage Problem. This LA Startup Just Raised $20M To Solve It

CentOS Linux Is Dead—and Red Hat Says Stream Is “not A Replacement”

CentOS Linux Reborn As Rocky Linux Enterprise Operating System

Goodbye CentOS, Hello Rocky Linux
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