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Securing Containers without the Need for Virtualization Technology
Triton's cloud platforms offer intriguing tech that can run containers on bare metal servers with a high degree of application isolation -- and without using virtualization technology.

OpenPower Foundation Powers Forward [VIDEO]
Doug Balog, General Manager of Power Systems within IBM, discusses the progress made so far in the OpenPower Foundation.

Twistlock Emerges to Strengthen the Security of Containers
While security remains a potential cause for concern to container users, companies like Twistlock have started stepping in to address the containerization security conundrum.

How Dell Puts Cloud Servers Together [VIDEO]
Jim Ganthier, VP and GM for engineered solutions and cloud at Dell, discusses how his company approaches engineering server systems.

Google's Preemptible Offers Virtual Machine-for-Hire Service on the Cheap
Willing to sacrifice reliability to save some cash when it comes to server virtualization? Google's Compute Engine Preemptible service may -- or may not -- be your best bet.

CoreOS Catching Up to Docker in Containerization Race?
While Docker's lead in the container space has looked unstoppable up to now, CoreOS has been taking key steps to narrow the gap, including its new commercial Tectonic offering.

OpenStack vs. Linux: How Do the Communities Differ? [VIDEO]
Intel is a leading contributor to both OpenStack and Linux, and it has a particular viewpoint on the two prominent open-source projects.

VMware Looking to Capitalize on the Containerization Opportunity
The server virtualization company has been taking the initial key steps in ensuring its customers can use containers safely within the embrace of the VMware ecosystem.

Balancing Out the Hype and Harm for VMware
VMware is entering a crucial point in its relatively short history, and how it responds will likely shape the company's ability to survive in the future as an independent operation.

Top 10 Linux Server Distributions of 2015
The Top 10 Linux server operating system distros ranked by ease of use, cost, available support and data center reliability.

QuinStreet Enterprise Research: Security Breaches Lead to Server Corruption
New exclusive research from QuinStreet Enterprise details the risks of security breaches for server administrators.

Top 10 Enterprise Database Systems to Consider in 2015
Got data, big or small? Need a database server, on-premises or in the cloud? Chances are you'll be considering at least one of these leading enterprise database systems to meet your needs.

What's Behind VMware's Better Together Support for Containerization?
While VMware's endorsement of containerization could be a case of keeping its friends close but its enemies closer, there's also potential for real symbiosis behind the surprising strategy.

Docker on a Spending Spree to Strengthen Security and Orchestration
What began as a "simple" application, containerization is evolving to incorporate management, orchestration, networking, clouds and then... who knows?

Solving the Virtualized Infrastructure Monitoring and Documenting Dilemma
Effectively monitoring and documenting your virtualized infrastructure is often a daunting idea for most SMEs, but Reporting-as-a-Service tools like Xtravirt's SONAR can help tremendously.

OpenPOWER: The First Fight Isn’t Intel, It’s ARM
Rob Enderle doesn't think OpenPOWER will have much trouble rolling over ARM on servers. There is simply too much of an imbalance.

VMware Sets the Stage for Server Virtualization in 2015
VMware started the year off with a bang, announcing a clever set of new products and features to go along with the much-anticipated vSphere 6 debut.

Interesting Times Ahead in the Server Virtualization World
VMware may be the 800 pound gorilla in the virtualization market for now, but there are much bigger gorillas out there, and VMware has something they may well decide they want in the future.

AWS Lambda Debuts for Running Code in the Cloud
Amazon's new AWS Lambda service enables running event-driven computing code without the need for physical servers or having to handle any virtual servers or virtualization technologies.

Say Good-Bye to Windows Server 2003
Time is running out. This summer, Microsoft will close the book the Windows Server 2003. Start planning a replacement strategy today to keep your business data safe and secure.

Report: Docker Not Yet Widely Used in the Cloud
2015 Ubuntu Server and Cloud Survey reports reveals some surprising findings.

Docker Not the Only Container Option in 2015
The containerization scene is reminiscent of the server virtualization world five or six years ago. And when a good thing comes along, everyone -- including Microsoft sooner or later -- wants to get involved.

Red Hat's OpenStack Tech Leadership Discusses Cloud Direction [VIDEO]
Mark McLoughlin, Red Hat's OpenStack technical lead, details cloud product efforts at the Linux leader.

Open Server Summit Shines on Software-Defined Architectures
Scaling today's systems to meet the challenges that are arising from the mountains of data created by the Internet of Things will require leaning heavily on software and new technologies.

Server Heavyweights Splashing the Cash in Scooping Up Smaller Cloud Players
Are the latest round of acquisitions in the cloud space a clear sign that OpenStack has become a force to be reckoned with?

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