AppFormix scores a big win for its cloud infrastructure management technology.
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Angel Diaz, Vice President of Cloud Architecture and Technology at IBM, explains where cloud interoperability needs to make progress.
The latest Long Term Support release of Ubuntu provides enhanced package management options as well as the new LXD virtualization technology.
First-quarter net income was $161 million, down from $196 million a year ago. Total revenue was $1.6 billion, which was up 6 percent.
The company's Unlocked Appliances effort expands with two partners who are bringing new OpenStack-optimized hardware to market.
Red Hat is now relying on OpenStack-on-OpenStack to enable the cloud.
The new ProLiant appliance, which uses Zynstra's virtualization and management software, lets customers run workloads on-premises and in the cloud.
IDC forecasts $38.2B will be spent on cloud infrastructure in 2016.
Once solely the domain of IBM, multiple vendors are now building servers based on the POWER architecture.
The new offerings and resale plans are the latest moves by a major systems OEM in an increasingly competitive part of the data center market.
Sumeet Singh, Founder and CEO of AppFormix, discusses how Intel RDT and AppFormix are helping to eliminate noisy neighbors.
Intel Xeon E5 2600V4 processors aren't the only new features in HPE ProLiant Gen9, as NVDIMM Persistent Memory makes its debut.
64-bit tech from Applied Micro added to SUSE's online platform that enables Linux packages to be built for different architectures.
Oracle brings cloud servers on-premises with the new Oracle Cloud Machine.
Docker Inc. moves away from relying on VirtualBox to take an operating system approach for containers, embracing Apple Xhyve and Microsoft Hyper-V.
It's not just Linux alone anymore as Red Hat grows middleware and cloud potential.
The impact of the cloud on Oracle's business is now obvious.
Although it's no longer the leading edge of Red Hat's product portfolio, RHEL 6 is still getting new features.
The HC 380 is the latest entrant into a growing market that recently saw vendors like Cisco, Lenovo and Juniper jump in.
The Googles, Facebooks and Amazons of the world are buying a lot of servers, and many of them are coming from smaller ODMs.
Analyst firms Gartner and IDC report single-digit growth for servers in 2015.
Simple-to-implement private clouds don't come cheap (think VMware), and cheaper options aren't simple to implement (think OpenStack). Fortunately, ZeroStack has a solution for smaller enterprises.
Encouraging for HPE was the performance of its rebuilt networking division. Sales in networking hardware and software sales grew by 54 percent.