NEWS ANALYSIS: In the cloud/virtualization world, one technology dominated the conversation in 2014: "Docker." The technology will see further expansion in 2015.
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Horizon 6 launch takes direct aim at Citrix by enabling enterprises with new virtual desktop capabilities.
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Google lowers pricing and creates new options for cost-effective cloud computing.
Red Hat's data center virtualization technology gets a technology infusion from OpenStack.
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Red Hat's new enterprise Linux release debuts with new security, virtualization and time-keeping features.
Enterprise Linux vendor SUSE extends support term length for SLES 11 and builds on its partnership with Microsoft for systems management.
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A Red Hat-sponsored report shows growth potential for the open-source OpenStack cloud, though there are some challenges.
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