Who would have thought ten years ago that virtualization technology would move out of the data center and onto the desktop right inside Windows?
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Latest IBM Power server benefits from multiple sets of new technologies.
The Yakkety Yak milestone of Ubuntu Linux is now generally available.
FreeBSD expands architecture support and improves features throughout the system.
New server, security and desktop capabilities land in Red Hat's community Linux distribution.
The company lowered the cost of spinning up Azure virtual machines and announced the general availability of encryption at rest for its cloud disaster recovery solution.
The latest release of widely deployed open-source cloud platform improves security, virtualization and networking.
The Docker libmachete effort gets renamed as Docker Inc continues its mission to provide tools that simplify operations.
The startup also is using a new technology officials call "microvisors" to create KMAX appliances that are scalable and power-efficient.
Canonical jumps into the Kubernetes market with an upstream-based release as well as a commercial-support option based on the Ubuntu Advantage program.
Among the highlights, Microsoft officially launches the server software during its Ignite conference and scores a major new cloud partner.
Docker for Windows debuts alongside a new commercial support relationship with Microsoft.
Red Hat reports second quarter fiscal 2017 revenue of $600 million.
The next major release of OpenStack is coming in early October.
Oracle reports first quarter revenue of $8.6B, as the company gears up to announce a new version of its namesake database next week.
HPE continues to lead the server market in terms of revenue.
NVIDIA NVlink technology arrives on POWER8 and delivers a 5x improvement in terms of bandwidth.
Preview of Red Hat's next flagship Linux release includes performance and security improvements.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Perhaps the biggest news at the conference was that IBM Cloud became the first partner to use and help sell VMware's Cross-Cloud Architecture.
VMware's Photon Controller Linux operating system effort for containers has opened up for public consumption.
The tech vendor buys the early-stage startup, whose technology makes it easier for enterprises to manage containers across cloud and data centers.
VMware takes aim at helping organizations to manage policies and deployments across disparate cloud services.
By looking at the lowest level of data traffic, Facebook is able to identify potential server problems before they become outages.
In a surprising move, Intel partners with ARM to build chips.
[VIDEO] John Engates, CTO of Rackspace, discusses the opportunities the OpenPOWER architecture brings.