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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.
The new release of Mirantis' OpenStack cloud platform, which bundles the Fuel toolkit for cloud deployment and management, focuses on stability.
Red Hat is now on track for $2 billion in fiscal 2016 revenue.
Latest release of commercially supported web server improves security and performance.
VIDEO: Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, discusses the need for private cloud and why virtualization alone is not enough.
NEWS ANALYSIS: VMworld 2015 was, more than anything, the year of software-defined data centers, storage and containers.
Containers and enhanced security are a key focus in the new RHEL platform preview.
Server virtualization is just the beginning as VMware's top exec outlines what it will take to succeed in the new digital economy.
VMware expands its hybrid cloud, OpenStack and container server virtualization solutions.
HP holds the top spot again with Dell and IBM following behind.
Recently acquired OpenStack private cloud technology now available to IBM customers.
The OpenStack technology services provider has now surpassed more than $200 million in total venture funding.
Microsoft is retooling Windows Server and Azure as enterprises flock to application container technologies like Docker.
Oracle's top Linux engineer details how containers are changing the world, and why containers themselves still need to change.
Linux on the mainframe is a big deal for IBM and it's about to get even bigger.
Adrian Otto, Project Technical Leader for Magnum, discusses the challenges and opportunities of containers in the cloud.
The latest round of cloud updates include support for massive data stores, expanded CDN controls and new Azure Files capabilities.
The open-source container technology now benefits from technology that can digitally sign and verify application containers.
IBM's Power servers get their own SAP application-optimized version of SUSE Linux.
Don’t create zombie Windows Server 2003 systems. Running a server with the out-of-support operating system can attract hackers and land small businesses in legal hot water.
Latest server operating system release brings Red Hat Access Insights and improved capabilities to Linux servers.
IBM's focus on analytics and the cloud is starting to pay off, with Big Blue's server hardware systems reaping the benefits.
The company unveils a version of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 for ARM-based servers powered by ARM chips from Applied Micro, Cavium and others.