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Containers Are Linux - But What About Windows?
VIDEO: Chris Wright, CTO of Red Hat, discusses the intersection of Windows and Linux containers and how Red Hat now works with Microsoft.

Meg Whitman Leaving HPE After Disappointing Earnings Report
The CEO who oversaw a major transformation at the silicon valley pioneer is set to leave Feb. 1.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7 Gains AWS Service Broker Integration and More
Red Hat adds new extensibility to OpenShift, and it has big plans for the platform in 2018.

China Dominates List of Top 500 SuperComputers as U.S. Summit Looms
The November Top 500 Supercomputer list is out, and while there's no change at the top, 2018 could see a brand new U.S.-based supercomputer top the list.

VMworld 2017 Showcases Server Virtualization Innovation from VMware
Even though it may now be part of the establishment, VMware hasn't gotten dull just yet, with new products and technologies introduced at VMworld 2017 proving the case.

Linux 4.14 Provides Long-Term Support and Larger Memory Limits
Linux is now able to support over 4 Petabytes of physical memory space.

Qualcomm Debuts New ARM Server Chip
The Qualcomm Centriq 2400 is a 10nm server processor that could finally be the chip that makes ARM a player in the data center.

The Definitive OpenStack Map
Understanding all the different projects that are now a part of the OpenStack cloud ecosystem can be challenging, which is why there is now one map to guide the way.

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12 Puts the Cloud in a Container
As the OpenStack Summit in Sydney kicks off, Red Hat debuts its latest cloud infrastructure release.

VMware Advances Its Photon OS Linux Operating System for Containers
VMware continues to push forward with its cloud-native capabilities, providing new kubernetes support and security hardening.

Heptio Debuts Contour Project to Enable Kubernetes Envoy Load Balancing
New open-source effort enables the CNCF Envoy project to be used as a container cluster load balancer.

Intel Reports 3Q17 Revenue of $16.1B
Data center, cloud and server business show good growth as Intel places bets on Quantum Computing.

Why Docker Swarm Remains, Even as Kubernetes Adoption Grows
Docker is set to support the rival Kubernetes container orchestration system, but that won't change Docker's support and continued development of its own Swarm system.

DockerCon EU: Tips and Tools for Running Container Workloads on AWS
Amazon Web Services technical evangelists share their best practices for how to run containers in the public cloud.

What's New in Docker 17.09?
Latest releases of Docker provide new features, and looking forward, Kubernetes support is coming.

Red Hat Releases CRI-O 1.0 for Kubernetes Container Runtime
The new container runtime means Kubernetes doesn't necessarily need to depend on Docker anymore.

CoreOS Controls Multi-Cloud Container Environments via Tectonic 1.7
Tectonic 1.7 adds support for Azure to go along with new alert monitoring capabilities and a preview of network policy control mechanisms.

Nginx 1.13.6 Patches Web Server for the Year 2038 Flaw
Though it's still twenty years away, the new release of open source nginx web server is now ready for the year 2038 - and beyond.

Rancher 2 Rebases on Kubernetes for Container Orchestration
After initially taking an agnostic approach to orchestration, Rancher Labs is now hopping on the Kubernetes bandwagon.

Oracle Updates Exadata X7 Engineered Server System
Hidden among the long list of new technologies announced OpenWorld, Oracle revealed its most powerful server ever.

SUSE Updates Linux Application Delivery Platforms
New Containers-as-a-Service, storage and SUSE Studio Express debut.

Red Hat CEO Optimistic about OpenShift Kubernetes Revenue Growth
2Q18 revenue comes in at $723 million, with container and OpenStack cloud offering continued growth opportunities.

Global Server Market Brings in $15.7B in 2Q17 Revenue
Though the first quarter of 2017 wasn't great, there is still some runway left for servers this year.

Oracle Reboots SPARC with New M8 Processor
Apparently the rumors of SPARC's demise were not entirely accurate, at least not yet.

Larry Ellison: There Is No One Left for Oracle to Buy
No mention of the death of SPARC hardware as Oracle aims to deliver self-driving database technology.

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