Bare metal servers across New York, New Jersey and Chicago now use CoreOS to enable over 150 million messages a second.
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The vendor joins Cisco, Intel and others in offering highly agile, configurable infrastructures that can run both traditional and cloud workloads.
Open Data Center Runtime Environment (OpenDCRE) is now production-grade ready as an evolutionary step forward from IPMI.
Wondering how Hyper-V containers work in Microsoft's upcoming server software release? Intrepid administrators and developers can get an early look today.
Popular OpenStack installer and tools effort gains new momentum by entering formal OpenStack model.
This year's second major milestone release of the leading Linux operating system platform provides new security features as well as improved disaster recovery.
At Dockercon EU, the myriad ways that Docker is being used in this world and beyond were on display.
VIDEO: Hewlett Packard Enterprise VP Omri Gazitt discusses DockerCon EU news and why containers are the path to platform-as-a-service (PaaS).
Rancher expands its efforts with a server hardware partnership and new persistent storage capabilities.
As revenues rise at Rackspace, managed cloud services across multiple platforms is the strategy for the way forward.
Mirantis co-founder Boris Renski discusses efforts within the OpenStack community to engage developer adoption.
The latest milestone release of Red Hat's community Linux distribution improves workstation, server and cloud capabilities, with new container creation capabilities coming in Fedora 24.
Jesse Proudman of Blue Box discusses his company's new release and why IBM's ownership is pushing his company forward like never before.
HP moves away from Triple-O with Helion 2.0
The new Silicon in Software initiative embeds data in memory security and data encryption functions onto the M7 processor.
New approach is aimed to make it easier to install a cloud.
Big Blue reports third quarter fiscal 2015 revenue of $19.3 billion.
While the PC market is far from dead, it's not Intel's growth leader either.
Getting applications to run as a service in the cloud isn't as hard as it once was.
Linux creator talks about what's needed in Linux and why Linux succession still isn't a concern.
After a decade of efforts trying to evolved Real-Time Linux, a new Linux Foundation Collaborative Project enters the fray.