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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Chief Denise Dumas explains the MariaDB relationship and where the challenges are as RHEL 7 races to completion.
Milestone marks the first release as a Linux Foundation Collaboration project, with new ARM and SDN capabilities.
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 3 packs in new scalability features without rebasing to a new Linux kernel.
Fedora 19 is now out of the box as the Fedora Project Leader explains how the community Linux project will progress for Fedora 20 and beyond.
While most of Oracle's Engineered Systems run on Intel x86 with Linux, the new SuperCluster is the exception to that rule, running on Solaris and using both SPARC and Intel.
Software-Defined Infrastructure comes of age in the latest release of Puppet Enterprise.
IT pros can now download freely available evaluation copies of Microsoft's cloud server OS turned "Blue."
XenServer 6.2 gets a new licensing model as Citrix tries to gain share.
Oracle's overall hardware business continues to slip, but its Engineered Systems are headed in the right direction.
Will 2014 be the year of ARM in the data center? If AMD has its way, the Seattle chip may lead the charge.
Once again, a new champion reigns supreme in the latest supercomputer rankings.
Secure Boot, XFS, Open Virtual Switch all set to land in next major Red Hat platform release.
Red Hat's CTO explains why his company is moving to a new model for OpenStack, where instead of two products, there will now be one that will accelerate Linux innovation for the cloud.
Have you ever wondered what exactly is in the logs from your virtualized servers?
After two years in development, Red Hat's OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service is now finally considered to be generally available.
Dell combines compute, storage and networking in one box.
Due later this year, Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2 will help businesses float hybrid clouds and reinforce Microsoft's "cloud OS" vision.
The first Haswell chips for servers show up as the Xeon E3-1200 v3 product family.
Both IDC and Gartner report shipment and revenue declines, though there are a few bright spots.