Red Hat's fiscal 2014 revenues top $1.5 billion as interest in OpenStack and RHEL 7 set the stage for more growth to come.
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Google lowers pricing and creates new options for cost-effective cloud computing.
Advanced Micro Devices is progressing on its plans to move all of its North American data centers into a single 153,000-square-foot facility near Atlanta.
Apache HTTP Server 2.4.9 and Nginx 1.5.12 debut with patches for security vulnerabilities.
The newest edition of Microsoft's database platform helps complete the software giant's "cloud-first" vision by reaching RTM and launching in less than 2 weeks.
Larry Ellison claims he's regularly beating IBM for big server deals as Oracle Engineered Systems take off.
Lenovo looks to assure striking Chinese workers that the company will not slash wages or benefits once it takes over IBM's x86 server business.
The open-source Xen project continues to prosper as a Linux Foundation collaboration project.
Oracle, SUSE and Red Hat have now all launched efforts that promise zero-downtime patching. How do the three approaches differ?
Migrating from one OpenStack release to the next is a key challenge that Piston Cloud Computing has claimed to have conquered.
eWEEK 30: Intel is playing catch-up in the low-power mobile device market where ARM is its strongest rival. Now ARM is taking aim at Intel's bread-and-butter data center server market.
The latest analyst numbers from IDC and Gartner show a continued revenue backslide in 2013, though actual server shipment volume is up.
IBM, which is selling its x86 server unit to Lenovo, saw large declines in both server revenue and shipments, the analyst firm says.
The high-end systems are designed to tackle data-intensive workloads like big data, business intelligence and analytics and to challenge RISC systems.
More clock speed, more memory and more I/O bandwidth highlight new server chip release.
The group aims to extend the reach of IBM's Power architecture by licensing the chip design to companies for servers and storage systems.
Only those customers with systems under warranty will get access to firmware updates, which had been offered for free.
Company officials say they expect the microserver will help fuel the expansion of the ecosystem around ARM-based servers.
ARM for the data center gets new life and a vote of confidence from Internet browser pioneer Marc Andreesen. Intel isn't impressed.