Converged compute, storage and networking systems continue to gain traction in enterprises.
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Red Hat doesn't yet provide full support on ARM, but it is building a robust partner program to do so.
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Server virtualization technology gets a massive update with more than 650 new features.
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Oracle aims to compete on price, but Cisco isn't worried.
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Mark McLoughlin, Red Hat's OpenStack technical lead, details cloud product efforts at the Linux leader.
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Oracle server hardware sales on the rebound, but the real driver of growth is in the cloud.
Rackspace is now the 80th member of the IBM-led OpenPower Alliance, even though Rackspace has never actually deployed a Power system.
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