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Red Hat Releases Ceph Storage 4 to Accelerate Petabyte-Scale Object Storage for Cloud-Native Workloads; Sarangan Rangachari, Amita Potnis Quoted

Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Ceph Storage 4, based on the Nautilus version of the Ceph open source project, to simplify petabyte-scale object storage for cloud-native development and data analytics, the company announced on Wednesday

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Nicolas Chaillan: Air Force’s Joint All-Domain C2 Effort to Require New Data Architecture

Nicolas Chaillan, chief software officer of the U.S. Air Force, said the service branch’s effort to link the military across all domains through the Joint All-Domain Command and Control program would not entail a major technology transformation but would require a "completely new" open-source data architecture, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

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Commission Report Calls for US Gov’t to Execute Structural Changes to Address Cyber Threats

A Cyberspace Solarium Commission report recommends the creation of new cybersecurity-focused independent committees in Congress and a Senate-confirmed national cyber director at the White House, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The commission concluded that the U.S. government needs to implement structural reforms to address cyber threats that jeopardize economic and national security, according to the report obtained by the publication.

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DOE to Issue Awards for AI, ML Data Science Projects

The Department of Energy plans to invest $40 million in data science projects including those that leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning. DOE said Monday that it seeks efforts that would address data management issues faced by the department's science facilities.

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Thomas Modly Wants Task Force to Look at Future Role of Aircraft Carriers

Thomas Modly, acting secretary of the Navy, is commissioning a task force to carry out a study to look at the future role of carrier-based naval aviation in the global security environment for 2030 and beyond. The Future Carrier 2030 task force will examine how best to modernize and use the existing fleet of aircraft carriers to address the challenges posed by advanced long-range weapons, determine possible limitations of means in future defense budgets and provide an opportunity to consider future technologies for carrier-based naval aviation as part of the six-month study, the Navy said Monday.

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