Mesosphere open-sources data center management software

Cloud computing startup Mesosphere has decided to open source its platform for managing data center resources, with the backing of over 60 tech companies, including Microsoft, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Cisco Systems.

Derived from its Datacenter Operating System, a service that Mesosphere set out to build as an operating system for all servers in a data center as if they were a single pool of resources, the open-source DC/OS offers capabilities for container operations at scale and single-click, app-store-like installation of over 20 complex distributed systems, including HDFS, Apache Spark, Apache Kafka and Apache Cassandra, the company said in a statement Tuesday.

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Chrome notifications on Mac are moving to the Notification Center

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Google Chrome on OS X is getting rid of its extraneous in-house push notifications in favor of integrating into Apple’s Notification Center, The Next Web noticed on Wednesday.

Chrome notifications will soon appear just like other notifications in OS X. This means that you’ll be able to manage Chrome’s notification settings in the Notification Center just like every other app instead of needing to navigate through Chrome’s settings. When you have your Mac set to “do not disturb,” Chrome notifications will comply and no longer pop up.

The tops shows Chrome’s current notifications, the bottom shows Apple’s native notifications.

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