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Server Review: Opengear IM7200 Infrastructure Manager
The Opengear IM7200 Infrastructure Manager takes out-of-band remote connectivity to new heights.

Top 10 Linux Server Distributions of 2017
The Top 10 Linux server operating system distros ranked by ease of use, cost, available support and data center reliability.

Citrix to Launch Virtual Windows 10 Desktops Through Microsoft's Cloud
At its annual Citrix Summit conference the company announced XenDesktop Essentials, a service that uses Microsoft Azure to deliver Windows 10 workspaces to devices. 

Container Revenue Will Grow to $2.7B by 2020
451 Research forecasts rapid growth for the container market.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9 Hits Beta
RHEL 6.9 introduces a new base image and extends TLS 1.2 security support for all system components.

Snappy vs. Flatpak: Unified Linux Packaging Systems
[VIDEO] Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu Linux, details his ideas around Snappy and why it matters.

Why Kubernetes Is All-Conquering
It may not be the only horse in the container management system race, but Kubernetes sure appears to be rapidly pulling away from the rest of the competitors.

Red Hat Wins Big with OpenShift in 3Q17
Red Hat reports third quarter fiscal 2017 revenue of $615 million, with some large OpenShift deals helping to power the company forward.

Global Server Market Declines to $12.5B in 3Q16
Both IDC and Gartner report negative growth for the server market.

IBM OpenWhisk Serverless Platform Now Generally Available
Amazon's Lamda isn't the only event-driven serverless platform that's production-ready.

Oracle Aiming for the Clouds, Reports 2Q17 Revenue of $9B
Once again, cloud is the key area of growth for Oracle, though engineered server systems are also doing well.

Amazon Launches New Cloud Region in the UK
New AWS Europe (London) Region expands Amazon's cloud footprint in Europe to Three Regions.

Docker Opens Up with Containerd Container Runtime
After months of conversation and debate, Docker is making a dramatic move by extracting the core container runtime from the Docker Engine and spinning it off into a separate independent project.

CoreOS Linux Rebranded as Container Linux, as Kubernetes Goes Self-Service
CoreOS updates its Tectonic platform with ideas already proven in its Managed Linux product.

Keeping Active Directory Running Smoothly - Key Health Checks, Part 2
Discover how and why it's vital to ensure your OS and Active Directory files are stored on separate storage spindles and your domain controllers are not running low on disk space.

Top 10 Enterprise Database Systems of 2016
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.

GoDaddy Expands Global Footprint, Boosts WordPress Support
$1.8B deal will see GoDaddy acquire Host Europe Group, as the hosting provider seeks to add new security and WordPress capabilities.

Equinix Buying 24 Verizon Data Centers for $3.6B
Equinix picks up new data centers in 15 metro locations, including key Miami NOTA.

Docker Deals with Canonical, Debuts Public Beta on AWS
Docker continues to push forward with new commercial partnerships.

VMware's 'Friendship Strategy' Making Strides as It Launches vSphere 6.5
VMware's flagship server virtualization platform arrives as the company continues to make valuable friends amidst tackling the twin threats of containerization and the cloud.

Vapor Brings Compute Capacity to the Edge
Vapor IO's newly announced Vapor Edge platform aims to put cloud computing capabilities at the edge of the network.

Fedora 25 Adds Some Rust to Linux
New release of Red Hat's community Linux distribution debuts with desktop, server and developer tools.

Microsoft Plans to Build a Quantum Computer
Microsoft has appointed Veteran executive Todd Holmdahl to lead the company's efforts to build a scalable quantum computer.

Docker Joins Eclipse, Updates Commercial Platform
Docker continues to build momentum with both developers and enterprises.

Kubernetes 1.4 Aims to Address Complexity Concerns
While Kubernetes has earned a reputation as being particularly difficult to get up and running with as a container and cluster management system, Kubernetes 1.4 looks to change that in a big way.

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