More articles by Sean Michael Kerner

Containerd and rkt Now Official CNCF Projects

Busy day at Kubecon CloudNativeCon Europe as cloud native technology moves forward.

CoreOS Tectonic Now Installs Kubernetes on OpenStack

Though CoreOS has had its Tectonic Kubernetes distribution for years, until today its installer didn't directly target OpenStack.

Cloud Infrastructure Market Hits $70B in Revenue

The cloud competition intensifies, with HPE, Cisco and Dell EMC all having nearly the same global market share currently.

Canonical Goes Long for Ubuntu Server Support

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS will now be supported for longer than five years, but it's going to cost some extra money.

Oracle Looks to Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Future Growth

Oracle reports third quarter fiscal 2017 financial results, with total revenue of $9.2B.

Docker Donating ContainerD to Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Docker's core container runtime project could soon be getting a new home.

NGINX Plus Release 12 Boosts Application Delivery Platform

New commercially supported release of popular open-source NGINX web server adds new scalability and management features.

Cisco HyperFlex Converged Server Platform Gets 40 Gbps Boost

Cisco is updating its HyperFlex converged server infrastructure platform with improved storage and high-speed interconnect fabric.

Facebook Boosts Open Compute Server Platforms with New Designs

New Big Basin GPU server, Yosemite compute platform and Bryce Canyon storage chassis designs announced.

Bitnami Acquires Skippbox, Boosting Kubernetes and Container Capabilities

Bitnami expands further into the growing world of container application orchestration.

Server Revenues Continue to Decline in 4Q16

Both IDC and Gartner report continued declines in global server revenues, as the impact of the cloud becomes crystal clear.

Cloud Native Computing Foundation Adds Google gRPC Project

Open-source, high performance remote procedure call (RPC) framework is the sixth CNCF project.

Raspberry Pi Zero Updated with Integrated WiFi and Bluetooth

The new Raspberry Pi Zero W small embedded system adds integrated WiFi and Bluetooth, and sells for only $10 a board.

OpenStack Ocata Nova Cells Set to Improve Cloud Scalability

The 15th release of the OpenStack cloud platform debuted this week, and with it comes the groundwork for major virtual server scalability improvements.

Intel Accelerates Server Performance with New Xeon E7 Processor

The Xeon E7-8894 v4 arrives as Intel's new performance champion.

Oracle Powers New Exadata SL6 with SPARC Linux

After nearly a decade of x86 powered Exadata database machines, Oracle announces a new system powered by SPARC T7-2 processors.

Amazon Web Services Continues to Grow as Servers Move to the Cloud

There is perhaps no better leading indicator of how much server revenue is headed to the cloud than AWS' latest earnings.

CoreOS Drives Container Management Forward with Tectonic 1.5

New release of the commercially supported Kubernetes distribution delivers updates with improved storage and network configuration options.

Oracle Officially Migrates Solaris to Continuous Delivery Approach

If you've been anxiously awaiting a Solaris 12 release, don't bother, as there won't be one arriving anytime soon.

Linkerd Project Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Open-source service mesh technology becomes an official CNCF project, helping to advance the state of containers.

IBM Mainframe Revenue Growing as Overall Systems Revenue Decline

IBM reports full year fiscal 2016 revenue of $79.9B, as several emerging markets help offset a period of transition for IBM Power Systems.

Opengear Expands Remote Site Gateway Capabilities

New Remote Site Gateway devices debut, providing zero-touch provisioning option for infrastructure.

Container Revenue Will Grow to $2.7B by 2020

451 Research forecasts rapid growth for the container market.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9 Hits Beta

RHEL 6.9 introduces a new base image and extends TLS 1.2 security support for all system components.

Snappy vs. Flatpak: Unified Linux Packaging Systems

[VIDEO] Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu Linux, details his ideas around Snappy and why it matters.

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