IT pros can now download freely available evaluation copies of Microsoft's cloud server OS turned "Blue."
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Big Blue tabs the open source cloud platform as the base for all of its cloud computing offerings.
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The company updates its business application server platform with Intel Sandy Bridge processors and a whole lot of RAM.
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Microsoft makes it official in releasing a server OS that's "built from the cloud up."
Big Blue is out to prove that big iron can float secure clouds and make quick work out of data analytics workloads.
The company looks to stand out by making it easier for organizations to jump on the OpenStack bandwagon.
Windows Server 2012 will be hitting OEMs in August, launching in retail come September.
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Available only to select customers and developers, Dell gets the ball rolling on a new ARM-based server ecosystem.
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