Telco workloads orchestration in multi-clouds environments – focus for Open Source MANO release ELEVEN

Open source MANO release ELEVEN is here with another set of exciting features for the telco world!! Promising the production-grade orchestration of telco workloads, OSM release ELEVEN focuses on the trends of cloud-native deployments in multi-cloud environments. To overcome the challenges that we have discussed in previous blogs, OSM this time is offering the following features: It took a new significant step towards the adoption of the ETSI standards by adding support for standardized VNF and NS package formats (ETSI …

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A Pixel's Color & new documentation repository

Working on Wayland and Weston color management and HDR support has been full of learning new concepts and terms. Many of them crucial for understanding how color works, and what the values in a pixel actually mean. With color knowledge being surprisingly scarce, Pekka Paalanen has written “A Pixel’s Color”, an introduction to people who are already familiar with computer graphics in general, images in memory, and maybe window systems, but never really thought what the values in a pixel …

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Use Mozilla DeepSpeech to enable speech to text in your application

One of the primary functions of computers is to parse data. Some data is easier to parse than other data, and voice input continues to be a work in progress. There have been many improvements in the area in recent years, though, and one of them is in the form of DeepSpeech, a project by Mozilla, the foundation that maintains the Firefox web browser. DeepSpeech is a voice-to-text command and library, making it useful for users who need to transform …

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Creating and initializing lists in Java and Groovy

I like the Groovy programming language a lot. I like it because, in the end, I like Java, even though Java sometimes feels clumsy. And because I like Java so much, I don’t find many other JVM languages especially attractive. Kotlin, Scala, and Clojure, for example, don’t feel much like Java, pursuing their own perspectives on what makes a good programming language.

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