HP's scale-out high-density server platform debuts new application-focused solutions.
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New features that first appeared in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 come to RHEL 6 as users now also get the ability to run RHEL 6 on RHEL 7.
Joint venture for VMware, Cisco and EMC continues to grow and bear fruit.
New server systems and Data Engine solution bundles debut from Big Blue.
HP adds a pair of new servers to its Project Moonshot high-density platform.
Incremental update includes new access control security and VMware NSX support for networking virtualization.
The server OS vendor reports its second quarter fiscal 2015 revenue and paints an optimistic picture for the road ahead.
AMD is positioning its SeaMicro SM15000 as a cloud-in-a-box solution.
Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller discusses why Linux has become boring to some and his plan to change that perception.
Intel pulls the wraps off its latest server silicon, promising dramatic improvements in performance, security and monitoring capabilities.
A partnership between Red Hat and Cisco USC that began in 2009 is still going strong, with continued collaboration on the cloud a point of emphasis.
UCS rack and blade servers now have some company in Cisco's biggest server update in years.
Next-generation servers set to support 40 Gigabit Ethernet networking and 12 Gb/s storage drives.
IDC sees some positive trends emerging in the server market.
IBM's General Manager of Power takes aim at Intel and details why openness matter for chip design.
In a LinuxCon keynote, Solomon Hykes talks about the present and future of Docker.
A new report from IBM stacks up Linux container against KVM virtual machine performance.
Integration with Database and Java development teams leads to new server CPU innovations.
HP licenses future development of DEC's OpenVMS to a startup that will push the server operating system forward.
Beta release sets the stage for next level of innovation in system management.
Red Hat-based CentOS 7 debuts less than a month after the general release of RHEL 7.
The Tianhe-2 retains the crown as little has changed on the most recent list of the world's top 500 supercomputers.
Red Hat CEO still sees share growth coming from Unix and Windows server migration as well as recent acquisitions.
HP launches its own OpenStack-based cloud platform and also changes the platform's underlying Linux distribution.
After three years, RHEL 7 is now GA, but that doesn't mean RHEL users failed to benefit from features updates for RHEL 6.