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Darrin Hanson of Rackspace talks about his company's new offering with Red Hat and the current state of the Private (OpenStack) cloud.
HPE announces new Integrity MC990 X server optimized for Linux.
After more than a year of development, the container runtime gets a stable, production-ready 1.0 release.
The upcoming Docker 1.10 open-source container engine will include a default seccomp profile, providing improved security controls.
The Robin Systems survey indicated 81 percent of respondents expect their companies to increase the investment in container-based technology.
Among the layoffs are the entire U.S.-based VMware Fusion and Workstation teams.
Top IBM execs explain what's new and what's coming for LinuxONE, with Go language support added in the current update.
PART 2: VMware Senior Vice President and CIO Bask Iyer describes market strategy for the world's largest virtualization software maker.
PART 1: Bask Iyer leads VMware's global information and technology organization, managing critical technology systems that support its worldwide business operations.
The commercially-supported Nginx web server release gets its first update for 2016.
Citrix starts the new year off by selling its CloudPlatform business to Accelerite.
The company's FPGAs will form the basis of Intel's new Programmable Solutions Group, which will work with the data center and IoT units.
New service pack update debuts with Portus project for Docker container registry management.
Red Hat reports third quarter revenue of $524 million as it marches toward $2 billion in revenue for the full year.
More than ever, the future of Oracle's success is tied to the cloud.
The proposal to create a jointly owned cloud services business drew the ire of VMware investors worried it would further erode the company's stock.
The vendor is creating the Extreme Scale Infrastructure group to house its businesses that cater to an array of hyperscale organizations.
CoreOS CTO details the roadmap for containers and why his company is still adamant about creating a standard for container application images.
Container support is nice, but most IT pros are looking forward to Hyper-V virtualization updates and new PowerShell capabilities.
IDC and Gartner provide reason for continued optimism in the server market.
Bare metal servers across New York, New Jersey and Chicago now use CoreOS to enable over 150 million messages a second.