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  1. How Microservices Work Together

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    Microservices allow software developers to design highly scalable, highly fault-tolerant internet-based applications. But how do the microservices of a platform actually communicate? How do they coordinate their activities or know who to work with in the first place?

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  2. Ag-Rec: Improving Agriculture Around the World with Open Source Innovation

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    Ag-Rec is a framework where rural farmers from small SC towns to anywhere in the world have the same coop extension framework where they can get info, advice, and community. They can access a wealth of information and that can be shared anywhere, anytime.

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  3. Delta Lake project announces the availability of 2.0 Release Candidate

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    the Delta Lake project announced the Delta Lake 2.0 release candidate, which includes a collection of new features with vast performance and usability improvements.

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  4. Open Programmable Infrastructure: 1+1=3

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    A look into the new Open Programmable Infrastrucutre project., DPUs/IPUs and similar technologies, and how they will improve cloud systems.

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  5. Sharing Health Data while Preserving Privacy: The Cardea Project

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    In a new white paper, the Cardea Project at Linux Foundation Public Health demonstrates a complete, decentralized, open source system for sharing medical data in a privacy-preserving way with machine readable governance for establishing trust.

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