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OpenStack Aims to Enable a Composable and Cloud Native World
At the OpenStack Summit in Boston, interoperability across multiple open-source efforts is publicly demonstrated.

OpenStack Summit Highlights Cloud Use Cases
OpenStack Summit emphasizes community needs beyond just the cloud.

Red Hat CEO: Planning Is Dead
At the Red Hat Summit, CEO Jim Whitehurst explains why the open source and DevOps model for iteration is the key to innovation.

IBM Acquires Verizon's Cloud and Hosting Business
As Big Blue expands its cloud footprint, Verizon's contracts.

Red Hat: Containers are Not Magic
Red Hat doubles down on containers and takes a stab at cloud rival Mirantis too.

Linux 4.11 Improves Security and Performance
The second major Linux kernel release of 2017 is now out.

Ubuntu 12.04 Linux Hits End of Life Today
10 million systems still run Ubuntu 12.04, which will no longer be supported for free after April 28.

IBM Advances OpenWhisk Serverless Vision
VIDEO: Jason McGee, VP and CTO for IBM Cloud platform, discusses the opportunities for serverless, event-driven computing.

How Docker Is Taking Visa Everywhere It Wants To Be
Swamy Kocherlakota, SVP at Visa, explains to the DockerCon audience why it is moving to a micro-services container architecture.

How Docker Has Changed in the Last Four Years
Docker isn't a hobbyist project anymore as the CEO and CTO of Docker detail its success at Dockercon 17.

Organizations Investing More in Docker Container Deployments
Companies continue to show signs of warming up to Docker, but when it comes to orchestration they choose Kubernetes.

Red Hat Updates OpenShift Container Platform
OpenShift Container Platform version 3.5 is based on the Kubernetes 1.5 update.

HPE Containerizes IT Operations Management Software
Hewlett Packard Enterprise expands its ITOM offerings to help enable the new world of container-based deployments.

Microsoft Acquires Deis, Boosting Kubernetes and Container Portfolio
Leading open-source Kubernetes vendor gets scooped up by Microsoft.

Ubuntu Boosts Linux Performance on AWS Cloud
While users can choose to run and install just about anything on a cloud, Ubuntu now has a new kernel tuned specifically for Amazon Web Services.

HPE Debuts G2 Enterprise Racks and Advanced Enterprise Power Distribution Units
Hewlett Packard Enterprise updates its server rack portfolio.

Philips Hue Uses Kubernetes to Keep the Lights On
Kubernetes isn't a science project; it's now being used to help enable the Smart Home revolution.

Why Kubernetes Sucks and How to Fix It
Joe Beda helped to create Kubernetes and now he's on a mission to make it more accessible to a wider audience.

Containerd and rkt Now Official CNCF Projects
Busy day at Kubecon CloudNativeCon Europe as cloud native technology moves forward.

CoreOS Tectonic Now Installs Kubernetes on OpenStack
Though CoreOS has had its Tectonic Kubernetes distribution for years, until today its installer didn't directly target OpenStack.

Cloud Infrastructure Market Hits $70B in Revenue
The cloud competition intensifies, with HPE, Cisco and Dell EMC all having nearly the same global market share currently.

Docker Seeking to Help Users Keep Their Secrets Secure
Docker is upping its security game with the introduction in Docker 1.13.1 of its own container-native secrets management system to manage -- not surprisingly -- secrets.

Canonical Goes Long for Ubuntu Server Support
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS will now be supported for longer than five years, but it's going to cost some extra money.

Oracle Looks to Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Future Growth
Oracle reports third quarter fiscal 2017 financial results, with total revenue of $9.2B.

Docker Donating ContainerD to Cloud Native Computing Foundation
Docker's core container runtime project could soon be getting a new home.

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