Mixed results reported in the first quarter, with Integrated Infrastructure down and Integrated Platforms up.
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The Docker platform gets updated as Docker Inc introduces new commercial support.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux roadmap revealed at Red Hat Summit 2015.
VMware brings Docker deeper into ESX with newly announced AppCatalyst and Project Bonneville.
The Linux Foundation is now home to new Open Container Project, bringing Docker, CoreOS and others together to advance open-source containers for all.
Shannon Williams, co-founder of Rancher Labs, discusses why Docker is likely to remain the application container virtualization technology of choice.
The 10 million "comatose" servers that deliver no data or services represent $30 billion in wasted infrastructure capital, according to researchers.
Big Blue adds BlueBox technology and services to its cloud portfolio.
In a surprise move, Cisco picks up yet another OpenStack technology vendor.
The latest state of the server market numbers are in from IDC and Gartner, and the general trend is quite positive.
NEWS ANALYSIS: OpenStack is being widely deployed for enterprise cloud projects, but even its biggest advocates say the community must make the platform more manageable.
Executive Director Jonathan Bryce and COO Mark Collier discuss the highlights of the Vancouver OpenStack Summit.
OpenStack Manila abstracts Manila file shares from underlying hardware and allows them to grow, shrink or migrate across physical resources.
The new Cloudify 3.2 release enables orchestration of Docker containers.
At the OpenStack Summit, the companies show a cluster of servers powered by Cavium's ThunderX SoCs running OpenStack, Ubuntu and various workloads.
Continued strong demand brings optimism, but a lack of internal IT skills remains a key barrier to adoption for OpenStack.
Rackspace grows revenues and sees real potential for private clouds running OpenStack.
Power8 portfolio continues to grow as new Big Data-focused platforms emerge.
Two months after Docker brings in new faces to lead security efforts, a new benchmark for securing Docker container deployments debuts.
Intel throws its weight behind CoreOS effort for containers.
Apcera, Google, Red Hat and VMware are supporting CoreOS' application container specification effort, which extends the reach of containers beyond Docker.
The new open-source cloud computing platform adds bare-metal server deployment capabilities.
There are only a few short months before Microsoft stops supporting Windows Server 2003. IT experts share some insights on managing and surviving the transition.
Company officials say the newest PowerEdge server will give organizations an alternative to Unix servers from the likes of HP, IBM and Oracle.
Cloud-native apps can handle redundancies that may have depended on the infrastructure to do before, and they are autonomic in nature.