What began as a "simple" application, containerization is evolving to incorporate management, orchestration, networking, clouds and then... who knows?
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Rob Enderle doesn't think OpenPOWER will have much trouble rolling over ARM on servers. There is simply too much of an imbalance.
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.
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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.
Mark McLoughlin, Red Hat's OpenStack technical lead, details cloud product efforts at the Linux leader.
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.
Are the latest round of acquisitions in the cloud space a clear sign that OpenStack has become a force to be reckoned with?
Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, explains how his company's Linux server operating system components fit together.
Linux Foundation's 2014 end user report shows continued growth of Linux servers in the cloud, though concerns over skilled staffing remain.
Competition is always good for consumers, and things are heating up nicely in the public cloud arena, with Microsoft and Amazon vying to offer the biggest and baddest machines to customers.
Red Hat EVP and President Paul Cormier explains how CentOS fits in and why Red Hat doesn't draw a line for open source.
VMware is seeking to stand out from the competition by re-styling itself, complete with a whole new suite of management products to tempt customers.