The high level from Feb. 2: VMware now provides one cloud for any app -- a single platform for private and public clouds.
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Linux operating system distribution vendor CoreOS aims to expand its own vision for container-based virtualization.
Come February 2, all the secrets of vSphere 6 will finally be revealed. What exactly can we expect from the first major new release of vSphere in more than three years?
The popular open-source application container virtualization effort gets an overhaul in a bid to improve project organization.
VMware reports 2014 revenue of $6.04 billion and has big plans to grow the business in 2015.
Oracle aims to compete on price, but Cisco isn't worried.
New Juju server app orchestration quickstart, GUI and charms debut.
Linux is a big winner and an area of focus for IBM's mainframe efforts now and moving into the future.
New OpenStack cloud server release enables a more automated way to load to new services.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In the cloud/virtualization world, one technology dominated the conversation in 2014: "Docker." The technology will see further expansion in 2015.
Red Hat reports third quarter fiscal 2015 earnings of $456 million, and the company sees emerging opportunities for further growth.
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.
Docker 1.3.3 provides security updates although Red Hat doesn't consider the issues serious.
The lead vendor behind the open-source Nginx Web server is looking to fund its growth for the next 10 years.
The first release of Red Hat's community Linux project in 2014 provides server, cloud and workstation-focused products.
Reports from IDC and Gartner provide a hint of optimism as revenue and server unit shipments grow, thanks largely to the cloud.
With the VCE relationship in the rear-view mirror, Cisco looks forward with IBM's storage.
New ARM chips could be a big boost for Linux distributions.
General availability of technology from the kGraft project brings the promise of easier updates with less server downtime.
Once again the Tianhe-2 is the world's most powerful supercomputer, but that doesn't tell the full story of supercomputer server installations in China.
OpenShift 2.2, xPaaS and Red Hat Atomic Host beta make their debuts this week.
If someone doesn't believe that open source delivers better cloud software, what should vendors do? HP's Marten Mickos has a simple answer.