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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.
New Apollo portfolio of servers announced as well as expanded converged systems offerings.
While the overall global server market is seeing a revenue decline, IDC suggests that's not the full picture.
New ThunderX System-on-a-Chip processor debuts as Cavium expands collaboration with Linux distributions.
Execs from the open-source OpenStack Foundation outline some of the big new innovations in the development pipeline.
VMware updates its log visibility tool with improved connectivity for Windows Servers.
Chris Kemp, founder of Nebula and former CTO of NASA, explains how the new cloud server appliance works.
At the OpenStack Summit Ubuntu demonstrates a portable cloud solution as well as the first 64-bit ARM server running OpenStack.
Ben Golub, CEO of Docker, explains what containers are all about and why Docker 1.0 will be a big deal.
New servers set to complement the existing HP ProLiant server platform.
Latest version of Oracle's Unix operating system provides cloud, SDN and traditional operating system enhancements.
HP-UX 11i v3 Update 13 Improves Unix and debuts new NonStop Server platforms
IBM adds KVM virtualization and Ubuntu as a supported Linux distribution, while taking aim at Intel x86.
IBM's first quarter 2014 results show a continued decline in hardware revenue, but Big Blue has a plan and new technology in the works.
Red Hat's fiscal 2014 revenues top $1.5 billion as interest in OpenStack and RHEL 7 set the stage for more growth to come.
Project California has transformed Cisco into a major server player.
Apache HTTP Server 2.4.9 and Nginx 1.5.12 debut with patches for security vulnerabilities.
Larry Ellison claims he's regularly beating IBM for big server deals as Oracle Engineered Systems take off.
The open-source Xen project continues to prosper as a Linux Foundation collaboration project.
Oracle, SUSE and Red Hat have now all launched efforts that promise zero-downtime patching. How do the three approaches differ?