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IBM OpenWhisk Serverless Platform Now Generally Available
Amazon's Lamda isn't the only event-driven serverless platform that's production-ready.

Oracle Aiming for the Clouds, Reports 2Q17 Revenue of $9B
Once again, cloud is the key area of growth for Oracle, though engineered server systems are also doing well.

Amazon Launches New Cloud Region in the UK
New AWS Europe (London) Region expands Amazon's cloud footprint in Europe to Three Regions.

Docker Opens Up with Containerd Container Runtime
After months of conversation and debate, Docker is making a dramatic move by extracting the core container runtime from the Docker Engine and spinning it off into a separate independent project.

CoreOS Linux Rebranded as Container Linux, as Kubernetes Goes Self-Service
CoreOS updates its Tectonic platform with ideas already proven in its Managed Linux product.

GoDaddy Expands Global Footprint, Boosts WordPress Support
$1.8B deal will see GoDaddy acquire Host Europe Group, as the hosting provider seeks to add new security and WordPress capabilities.

Equinix Buying 24 Verizon Data Centers for $3.6B
Equinix picks up new data centers in 15 metro locations, including key Miami NOTA.

Docker Deals with Canonical, Debuts Public Beta on AWS
Docker continues to push forward with new commercial partnerships.

Vapor Brings Compute Capacity to the Edge
Vapor IO's newly announced Vapor Edge platform aims to put cloud computing capabilities at the edge of the network.

Fedora 25 Adds Some Rust to Linux
New release of Red Hat's community Linux distribution debuts with desktop, server and developer tools.

Microsoft Plans to Build a Quantum Computer
Microsoft has appointed Veteran executive Todd Holmdahl to lead the company's efforts to build a scalable quantum computer.

Docker Joins Eclipse, Updates Commercial Platform
Docker continues to build momentum with both developers and enterprises.

Linux Dominates November TOP500 Supercomputer List
The top-ranked supercomputer remains the Sunway TaihuLight at 93 petaflops.

IBM Advances Artificial Intelligence with PowerAI
New AI toolkit benefits from the NVIDIA NVlink partnership on IBM Power Systems.

SUSE Updates Enterprise Linux as Business Grows
At SUSEcon event, CEO Nils Brauckmann reflects on the last six years and the road ahead.

CoreOS Debuts Tectonic 1.4 for Enterprise Kubernetes
CoreOS updates its flagship commercial Kubernetes server platform and introduces new Operators concept.

OpenStack Puts Interoperability to the Challenge at OpenStack Summit
[VIDEO] The Executive Director and COO of OpenStack Foundation provides a behind-the-scenes look at how a 16-vendor interoperability challenge at last week's OpenStack Summit worked.

Ubuntu Linux Founder Tells OpenStack to Focus on Things That Matter
VIDEO: Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, discusses his views on interoperability and why the "Big Tent" idea isn't a big winner.

OpenStack Security Project Aims to Protect the Open-Source Cloud
The OpenStack Security project adds new tools and processes to help secure OpenStack technologies. The project technical leader offers insight on the program. 

The World Runs on OpenStack
From banks to the largest science project on Earth, OpenStack is making its mark.

Rivals Red Hat, Mirantis Announce New OpenStack Partnerships
The cloud rivals both announce new telco alliances as competition in the cloud market heats up.

Microsoft Bringing Security via Virtualization to Web Browsing
Who would have thought ten years ago that virtualization technology would move out of the data center and onto the desktop right inside Windows?

Dell EMC Brings PowerEdge Servers to VxRail, VxRack
Combining the servers with the hyperconverged infrastructure offerings from EMC enables the company to offer more configurations and drive down costs.

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