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Spectre and Meltdown's Critical Impact on Cloud Providers and Customers
Two new vulnerabilities in microprocessors are causing significant concern among both cloud service providers and their customers.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 Debuts with Improved Server Admin Features
The latest update of Red Hat's flagship server operating system includes an improved system administration interface and enhanced container capabilities.

Intel Sheds Wind River Embedded Division
Intel gives up on embedded software vendor to focus on data center products, selling Wind River to private equity firm TPG.

Linux 4.16 Released with Improved Security, Virtualization Features
No joke, Linus Torvalds released the second major Linux kernel of 2018 on April 1.

Red Hat's Largest Deals Now Coming from OpenShift Containers
While Linux, OpenStack and middleware remain important core elements of Red Hat's business, it is the company's Kubernetes-based platform that is currently leading the way.

Open Compute Project Has Billion Dollar Impact on Server Market
OCP-based designs are being broadly used beyond just Facebook.

OpenPower Foundation Aims to Power Server Acceleration Beyond Moore's Law
At the OpenPower Summit, execs reveal that initial enthusiasm by vendors to build their own silicon has been replaced by efforts to build accelerators.

Intel Outlines Plans for Cascade Lake Xeon Scalable Processors
New silicon due out later this year will include integrated capabilities to mitigate the Spectre CPU vulnerabilities.

How Containers Work in OpenStack Queens
Multiple projects are now available in OpenStack to help with container deployment and management.

Dell Technologies Grows Server Business in 2018
Dell reported its fiscal 2018 financial results with revenues rising by 28 percent.

Quantum Computing Race Has a New Winner with Google's Bristlecone
Google has built a 72-qubit quantum processor, outpacing IBM, Intel and everyone else.

Kubernetes Graduates CNCF Incubator, Debuts New Sandbox
Kubernetes becomes the first project to graduate through the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's incubation process.

Global Server Market Rose to $20.7B in 4Q17
The server market surged in the last quarter of 2017, according to IDC.

Lenovo Brings Water Cooling to Data Center Servers
Servers can get hot, but water will help keep them cool in a way that can be significantly more efficient than fans, according to Lenovo.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Grows Server Compute Business As Neri Takes Over as CEO
HPE reports 1Q18 revenue of $7.7 billion as the legacy of Meg Whitman continues.

HTTP/2 Server Push Directives Land in Nginx 1.13.9
Open source web server now benefits from new HTTP/2 directives that can help accelerate web page delivery.

Why Red Hat Invested $250M in CoreOS to Advance Kubernetes
Red Hat already had a leading Kubernetes distribution with OpenShift, but now it has so much more.

Apache CloudStack 4.11 Boosts Open Source Cloud Features
New version of CloudStack benefits from over 250 new capabilities, including improved performance and security.

Oracle Sees Its Future in the Cloud as Data Center Footprint Set to Expand
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has some aggressive predictions for the migration of applications from traditional servers to cloud.

AMD Proclaims EPYC Momentum with New Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers
New PowerEdge R6415, R7415, and R7425 servers announced, and none of them are using Intel silicon.

Former Intel President Launches ARM Company Ampere
Renee James debuts cloud server venture that aims to steal share from Intel, with a new generation of 64-bit ARM servers.

Cisco Debuts Its Own Kubernetes Container Platform
Even though Cisco has a partnership with Docker Inc, the IT giant sees a need for its own container platform to enable multicloud deployments.

Intel Building New Silicon to Mitigate Meltdown and Spectre Flaws
Intel reports fourth quarter revenue of $17.1B as CEO claims massive CPU flaws have not had a material impact on the company's fiscal outlook.

Cisco Expands HyperFlex Converged Platform, Intersight Set to Replace UCS Central
New HyperFlex 3.0 release from Cisco adds support for Microsoft Hyper-V and container support.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 Enters Beta with Improved Compliance Capabilties
The new RHEL 7.5 server OS enables OpenSCAP compliance policies to be managed at scale with Ansible.

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