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Big Blue adds BlueBox technology and services to its cloud portfolio.
In a surprise move, Cisco picks up yet another OpenStack technology vendor.
The latest state of the server market numbers are in from IDC and Gartner, and the general trend is quite positive.
Executive Director Jonathan Bryce and COO Mark Collier discuss the highlights of the Vancouver OpenStack Summit.
The new Cloudify 3.2 release enables orchestration of Docker containers.
Continued strong demand brings optimism, but a lack of internal IT skills remains a key barrier to adoption for OpenStack.
Rackspace grows revenues and sees real potential for private clouds running OpenStack.
Power8 portfolio continues to grow as new Big Data-focused platforms emerge.
Intel throws its weight behind CoreOS effort for containers.
New exclusive research from QuinStreet Enterprise details the risks of security breaches for server administrators.
New container identity and access management technology debuts alongside new purpose-built container Linux operating system.
Latest Docker container virtualization update adds labels for more control.
Building on the open-source NGINX 1.7.11 update, the new Nginx Plus enterprise release provides organizations with improved tools.
OpenStack vendor comes to the realization that OpenStack isn't the right fit for all workloads.
Converged compute, storage and networking systems continue to gain traction in enterprises.
Cross-selling, OpenShift and OpenStack, as well as the acquisitions of Inktank and eNovance, spur Red Hat forward.
OpenStack and Cloud Foundry software gets directly integrated with HP server hardware.
While the Vapor Chamber looks like a big Apple Mac Pro, that's just a coincidence according to Vapor's CEO.
The new Cloudline servers are not intended to compete against existing ProLiant servers.
New chip family from Intel takes aim at the edge of the data center.