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HP joins Dell, Citrix, Cisco, Ubuntu and more than 86 other vendors in the land-grab rush for open source stack superemacy.
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Red Hat accuses VMware of raising prices on virtualization, VMware disagrees.
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New release of open source proxy caching server promises a nearly threefold improvement in requests per second.
Citrix formally announces the name and direction of their OpenStack open source cloud virtualization stack initiative
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Ubuntu 11.04 server release adds new cloud platform, but it isn't abandoning Eucalyptus just yet.
HP is jumping on the bandwagon supporting the new Intel Xeon E7 chips, but that doesn't mean it's leaving Itanium behind.
Oracle claims Intel is ending Itanium. HP and Intel respond.
Data center monitoring gets new analytics service for planning, provisioning and analysis.
Reference middleware architecture for JavaEE 6 is updated, tying the former Sun tech even closer to Oracle's broader Java platform offerings.