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Pivotal Container Service Packs Plenty of New Features in PKS 1.1 Update
Pivotal has released the first upgrade to its Pivotal Container Service (PKS), and although it's slipped under the radar somewhat, it's actually quite a big deal.

Canonical Extends Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux Support to 10 Years
At the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth doubles-down on his firm's commitment to OpenStack.

OpenStack Open Infrastructure Pilot Projects from A to Z
OpenStack is no longer just about a single cloud platform; it's now home to a number of open infrastructure projects as well.

U.S. Supercomputers Lead Latest Top500 Performance Ranking
While the U.S. now has the lead in terms of total performance, China actually has more systems on the current Top 500 list of supercomputers.

Dell EMC Enhances VxBlock, VxRail Hyperconverged Infrastructure
Dell EMC adds new management and cloud capabilities to its HCI hyberconverged server portfolio.

AMD Details Data Center Server Silicon Innovation at Next Horizon
AMD announces new 7nm Radeon Instinct GPU and provides details on its next generation EPYC 2 Rome data center server processors.

VMworld 2018 Europe: VMware Boosts Server, Cloud, Container Efforts
VMware acquires Kubernetes vendor Heptio, announces Cloud Foundation 3.5 and announces extended partnerships with Amazon Web Services and IBM.

Intel Debuts New Xeon Cascade Lake Advanced Performance Silicon
Intel announces new high-end and entry-level server chips to further expand its portfolio.

HPC Advances with Perlmutter and Sierra Supercomputers
The world's third largest supercomputer is now live, as work begins on a new Cray system for 2020.

Apache Web Server Powers Forward with TLS 1.3
Apache is still the most used web server for active sites on the internet, though rival nginx is narrowing the gap.

Red Hat Aims to Stay On Course After $34B IBM Acquisition
NEWS ANALYSIS: The biggest software deal in history could see few if any changes at Red Hat, though it will likely shake up the server Linux market.

Intel Grows Data Center Server CPU Business as Cascade Lake Looms
Intel reports third quarter fiscal 2018 revenue of $19.2 billion as executives promise that 10nm Cascade Lake chips will be out by the end of the year.

AMD Optimistic About 7nm EPYC Future for Servers
AMD reported third quarter fiscal 2018 results, with CEO Lisa Su providing new insights into the company's server and data center plans.

Oracle Moves to Gen 2 Cloud, Promising More Automation and Security
Oracle founder Larry Ellison outlines the benefits of Oracle's latest cloud efforts, which include bare metal Exadata class server systems.

Linux 4.19 Improves Containers, Latency and Networking for the Long Term
Though the final release wasn't made by Linus Torvalds, he's set to return to his usual duties for the merge window.

Mark Shuttleworth Details Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish Linux Release
VIDEO: The latest Ubuntu Linux distribution release provides new capabilities for both desktop and server users.

IBM z14 Mainframe and POWER9 Systems Continue to Grow
IBM reports its third quarter 2018 financial results, cementing the z14 mainframe launch as the most successful in IBM's mainframe history.

Nginx Updates Web Server Application Platform
Nginx isn't just about its namesake open source web server anymore.

NVIDIA Accelerates Server Workloads with RAPIDS GPU Software
CPUs are no longer the only way to measure compute power.

SUSE Integrates Kubernetes with Cloud Foundry in Cloud Application Platform
SUSE embraces new approach from Cloud Foundry that brings it closer than ever to Kubernetes.

Rancher Takes on Multicloud Kubernetes Management
VIDEO: Shannon Williams, co-founder of Rancher Labs, explains how Rancher helps to enable multicloud orchestration.

Inspur Advances Open Compute Project With New Rack Servers
Open Compute Project (OCP) standards-based designs debut for search, data and NFV acceleration workloads.

VMware Has Huge Plans for NSX Market Domination
If you feel the ground shake in the next few months, chances are it's just a sign that VMware's NSX network virtualization software is exploding into the business computing marketplace. Finally.

Kubernetes 1.12 Reaching Forward for Cloud Native Maturity
The new release shows a degree of stability and server OS feature parity that wasn't always part of the open source container orchestration platform.

AWS Launches High-Memory Virtual Server Instances
Big Data and big databases often need lots of memory and that's exactly what Amazon is now making available.

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