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Red Hat Grows Linux Business as Telcos Adopt OpenStack
Red Hat reports first quarter fiscal 2018 revenue of $677 million as the company's core Linux platform continues to score large deals.

Containers Are the Security With Polyverse
You don't hear much about companies using containers as the foundation of a security system, but that's exactly what Polyverse is doing.

AMD Debuts EPYC Processor to Displace Intel Xeon in Data Centers
Silicon vendor reveals its EPYC push to gain share against its primary rival.

Debian 9 Stretches Linux Distribution Forward
After two years of development, a major milestone release of open-source Linux distribution debuts, set for five years of support.

U.S. Drops to 4th In Supercomputer Rankings
Chinese supercomputers continue to dominate the top spots on the Top500 supercomputer list.

U.S. Supercomputing Efforts Get $258M Government Boost
Department of Energy doles out big bucks for six research contracts in a bid to put American servers back on top.

Docker Getting Certified and Set to Grow in China
June has been a busy month for Docker Inc as the container vendor advances its commercial aspirations.

Manage Microsoft DNS Servers Using PowerShell Cmdlets: Checking Domain Zone Aging Settings
Discover a PowerShell script you can use to easily check the DNS Aging settings for all domain zones managed by your DNS Server.

OpenStack Cloud Evolves Beyond Its Python 2.6 Roots
VIDEO: Jonathan Bryce of the OpenStack Foundation explains how the open-source cloud platform has moved from Python 2 to Python 3 and now also has projects in typesafe programming languages.

VMware's Pulse Perfectly Timed for an Increasingly Internet of Things World
VMware has become a post-server virtualization company, and its new Pulse IoT Center product further proves that point.

Worldwide Server Shipments and Revenue Continue Decline in 1Q17 as Cloud Impact Grows
Both IDC and Gartner report a downturn in the global server market.

HPE Secures Industry Standard Servers
Integrated firmware security and a move toward composable infrastructure are on HPE's Discover agenda.

VMware Grows as AWS Service Set to Ramp Up
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger is optimistic that existing vSphere and vCenter customers will like his company's integration with the Amazon cloud.

HPE Server Revenues Slip in 2Q17
Though total server revenue was down, HPE sees strong growth in HPC and converged systems.

CoreOS Fleet Fades Away in Favor of Kubernetes and Tectonic
VIDEO: Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, explains what has become of its Fleet container cluster technology.

VMware Surges Ahead in the Virtual SAN Sector with vSAN 6.6
VMware vSAN 6.6 makes its debut with significantly improved performance and a host of new features, including strengthened security and the vSphere Docker Volume Driver.

Heptio Helps Launch Ksonnet To Make Kubernetes Simpler
After publicly stating that 'Kubernetes Sucks,' co-founder of Heptio is helping to lead a new effort that aims to simplify configuring Kubernetes.

Collecting Critical AD Security Groups Members Count for Easy Tracking
Our latest Active Directory Server Tutorial can help you efficiently monitor and maintain group membership numbers for critical security groups in Active Directory.

Google Boosts Machine Learning with Cloud TPU Chips
Machine learning can be a very compute-intensive server process.

Security Shortcomings Remain Strong in the World of Virtualization
Virtual machines may be more secure than containers, but only by degree. And even wrapping containers in VMs won't guarantee security in today's world.

HPE Welcomes The Machine to the World of Big Data
New prototype system offers the promise of 160TB of memory to improve Big Data analysis.

New Features Coming in the OpenStack Pike Cloud Platform
At the OpenStack Summit in Boston, members of the project roadmap group provide insight into 8 new OpenStack capabilities set to debut in September.

SUSE Debuts OpenStack Cloud Monitoring
New commercial product is based on the OpenStack Monasca project.

Intel Skull Canyon NUC Handles Heavy Workloads
Intel's latest Next Unit of Computing device is a true portable powerhouse, packing quite a punch in a small form factor for adeptly handling any number of heavy workload and server scenarios.

Rackspace Partners with Dell EMC for OpenStack Cloud
VIDEO: Bryan Thompson, General Manager, OpenStack Private Cloud at Rackspace, explains what the new partnership with Dell EMC is all about.

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