Docker Swarm Mode highlights an impressive set of announcements as Docker strives to make its container platform more convenient to set up, more secure and easier to use.
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NGINX Inc CEO Gus Robertson details the success his company is having in the container world and where it's going next.
Microsoft will use its upcoming Ignite conference as a launch pad for Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016.
Improved scale and support for new container formats highlight latest open-source platform release.
SUSE brings its High Performance Computing edition to Microsoft's cloud.
Hewlett Packard scores a win in five year old battle
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst gives a history lesson about how the Industrial Revolution changed productivity and how the new era of server automation, cloud and containers will change it again.
Red Hat CEO announces a new acquisition and talks about OpenStack revenue opportunities.
Jason McGee, VP and CTO for IBM cloud platform, discusses the promise of IBM's open-source serverless computing platform.
At Dockercon 16, Solomon Hykes explains what it takes to build a successful application.
At DockerCon 2016, Docker announced it has integrated container orchestration technology into Docker 1.12, reshaping the competitive landscape.
For the first time in history China now has more supercomputers than the U.S.
Deal brings node.js, container and storage technologies to Samsung.
[VIDEO] Mark McLoughlin, Director of OpenStack Engineering at Red Hat, discusses how his firm is fine-tuning its OpenStack efforts.
The new image, based on FreeBSD 10.3, is intended to help make Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform more welcoming to virtual appliances.
The Edgeline EL1000 and EL4000 systems are part of a larger series of announcements by HPE to address such IoT issues as security and management.
At the first day of its Discover conference, HPE announces new strategic alliances and technologies.
Both IDC and Gartner are reporting a less than stellar start to 2016 for server vendors.
The company is collaborating with Intel to develop the Triton solution, which is aimed at scale-out data center environments.
At Computex, Cavium unveiled its next-generation ThunderX2 ARM-based systems on a chip, while Marvell showed off its Armada 7000 and 8000 chips.
Node pools will allow customers of Google Container Engine to set up multiple nodes in one cluster.
The new Linux-powered supercomputer server platform integrates with Hadoop and Apache Spark.