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Linux 4.18 Benefits from Energy-Aware Scheduling on ARM

Longest release cycle this year for the Linux kernel brings some new features.

IBM Debuts POWER9 Servers for the Enterprise

IBM is announcing the new E950 and E980 POWER9 servers, with up to 192 cores of compute power.

VMware Returns to Server Virtualization Roots with vSphere 6.7 Release

VMware hasn't lost sight of its server virtualization roots, as evidenced by the company's new and improved vSphere 6.7.

Docker 18.06 CE Debuts Alongside New Release Cadence

Docker Inc is changing the way it handles releases for its community edition in an effort to provide a longer support cycle.

Google Updates Cloud Services for What's Next

At Google Next, Kubernetes comes down from Google's Cloud and is now available to run on-premises.

Citrix XenServer and XenDesktop Deliver Desktops Virtually to any Device

Citrix provides robust virtual desktop capabilities with comprehensive client support in XenServer 7.5 and XenDesktop 7.18.

Google Embraces New Kubernetes Application Standard

Google is bringing commercial Kubernetes applications to its cloud marketplace, but it isn't using Helm charts as the primary method for deployment.

How to Set and Remove Hyper-V Virtual Machine DVD Drives in Bulk

In our latest Server Tutorial, discover how to attach and unattach DVD drives to virtual machines in bulk using simple PowerShell commands and scripts.

Amazon Brings More Power to Cloud Server Instances at AWS Summit

EC2 virtual servers get upgraded with more memory and faster processors.

Red Hat Looks Beyond Docker for Container Technology

Red Hat has been busy leading multiple open-source efforts for managing, creating and deploying containers.

Intel Launches New Xeon E Processors, Expands Silicon with eASIC Acquisition

Intel is aiming both high and low with a pair of new silicon announcements.

The Container Sector Just Got Serious

Docker is well on its way to becoming a serious business as evidenced by the somewhat suprising news that Solomon Hykes is leaving the company.

Xen 4.11 Improves Server Virtualization with PVH

PVH brings together the best of paravirtualization (PV) and Hardware Virtual Machine (HVM) to enable a new era of server virtualization capabilities.

How Kubernetes' Release Process Differs from Other Open Source Projects

The latest Kubernetes release was led by well-known Red Hat open-source leader Josh Berkus, with the 1.12 release set to be led by a VMware engineer.

Enabling Multiple User Accounts via PowerShell in Active Directory

Our latest Server Tutorial demonstrates how you can use the Enable-ADAccount PowerShell cmdlet to enable multiple user accounts at once in Active Directory.

Top500 Supercomputer List Crowns New U.S. Champ

The United States now holds the number one slot, though China's share overall continues to grow.

ACRN Arrives on the Scene as a Mini Hypervisor for IIoT

It's not yet clear who the major users will be for the hypervisor pronounced "Acorn," but most likely it will be a case of "if you build it, they will come."

HPE Doubles Down on Intelligent Edge, Hybrid Cloud and ARM at Discover 2018

At his first HPE Discover as CEO, Antonio Nerri outlines the computing giant's aggressive agenda to help transform IT.

What Is the Intersection of OpenStack and Kubernetes?

VIDEO: Lew Tucker, VP and CTO for Cloud Computing at Cisco, explains where the two open-source infrastructure efforts intersect.

Lenovo's DX8200C Powered by Cloudian Provides Object Storage to Enterprises

Lenovo has teamed with Coudian on an appliance that combines the Lenovo DX8200C platform with Cloudian Hyperstore to provide object storage.

Docker Defines Itself as the Open Choice for Containers at DockerCon 18

At DockerCon 18, the company that helped start the new container revolution outlines why it still plays a pivotal role.

VMware's Accidental Containerization Hero

VMware has figured out how to make money out of containers through NSX, and it has all pretty much happened by accident.

IBM Unveils Summit, the World's Fastest Supercomputer (For Now)

New supercomputer system is built with IBM Power9 CPUs, NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, Mellanox's InfiniBand and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

2018 Is a Record Year for the Global Server Market (So Far)

Global server revenue hit $18.8 billion for the first quarter of 2018, according to IDC.

Linux 4.17 Arrives with New Kernel Memory Consistency Module

Third new Linux kernel of 2018 is now generally available, and Linus Torvalds foreshadows that Linux 5.0 is coming soon.

CNCF Set to Expand Cloud-Native Project Roster with Container Registry

VIDEO: Chris Aniszczyk, CTO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, provides insight on new projects and technologies that will expand open source cloud efforts.

Windocks Addresses the Container Conundrum for Windows Server Users

If you're looking to integrate storage on your network and deliver data to any SQL environment while working with containers, Windocks has a solution for you.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Grows Compute Business as Private Cloud Opportunities Advance

HPE reports second quarter revenue of $7.5B for a 9.7 percent year-over-year gain.

What's Coming in OpenStack Rocky?

The next release of the OpenStack cloud platform is scheduled to arrive August 30th with a host of new features and enhancements.

Ubuntu's Shuttleworth Creates Controversy with OpenStack Summit Vancouver Keynote

OpenStack Foundation pulls Shuttleworth Keynote Video after he takes direct aim at rivals.

Serverless Computing and Containers as a Service Surging in Popularity

What's behind the phenomenal growth for these two computing initiatives over the last twelve months?

How OpenStack Is Redefining Itself and Open Infrastructure

OpenStack is moving from being about cloud projects to a new model that aims to be goal oriented.

Rackspace Jumps Into Kubernetes, Again

Years after Rackspace announced its own Carina Containers-as-a-Service platform, a new managed Kubernetes service debuts.

Red Hat's Serverless Blockchain Future Powered by Open Source Innovation

Red Hat isn't just investing in Linux, as its CTO outlines how open-source community projects lead to product innovation.

OpenShift Roadmap: What's Next for Red Hat's Kubernetes Container Platform?

At the Red Hat Summit, product managers outline what's coming in the next four OpenShift releases.

How Red Hat Is Embracing CoreOS Technologies

VIDEO: Brandon Philips, former CTO of CoreOS, talks about how his company's technologies are finding a new home at Red Hat.

Starting and Stopping Azure Virtual Machines Using Azure PowerShell

PowerShell cmdlets and scripts help make the lives of server admins a bit easier by automating routine tasks. Discover two handy Azure PowerShell scripts you can use to manage Azure VM resources.

How the Kubernetes Release Team Works

At the Kubecon Euriope 2018 event, community leaders explain how the Kubernetes community continuously works to improve the release process.

Where Kubernetes Is Headed and Why Boring Is Good

At the Kubecon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2018 event, keynote speakers outline what's in store for Kubernetes.

Kubecon + CloudNativeCon EU 2018: Towards the Multi-Cloud Future

Kubernetes is no longer a startup effort, as the community for it plots a path forward for ubiquity.

Fedora 28 Improves Linux Server Modularity

The first release in 2018 of Red Hat's Fedora community Linux is now generally available.

Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Advances Canonical's Cloud, Kubernetes Strategy

Canonical execs claim that Ubuntu is gaining ground against rival Red Hat as new Long Term Support server release debuts.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.10 Enters Beta

While it's no longer getting feature updates, RHEL 6 still benefits from stability and security updates.

Heptio Debuts Gimbal Kubernetes Load Balancer Project

New open-source technology benefits from a partnership between Yahoo Japan subsidiary Actapio and Heptio.

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.

Tips and Tricks for Detecting Insider Threats

Setting up security mechanisms to prevent insider threats isn't enough these days -- it's equally important to implement measures that help detect threats if and when they do occur.

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.

Opportunity Lost: Enterprises Could Slash Cloud Costs by 36 Percent

Companies moving their operations to the public cloud are failing to realize many of the possible benefits and are missing opportunities to save significant amounts of money.

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.

VMware Has Hybrid Cloud Control Covered with Cloud Foundation 2.3

VMware's latest Cloud Foundation release is designed to appeal to customers hungry for more efficient management of their hybrid cloud environments.

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.

Server Management and Development Made Easy by HPE

HP is known for its attention to detail, and it shows in three new offerings that can connect directly to the console of a server for developing server apps or managing a system.

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.

Microsoft Honolulu Brings Web-Based Management Tools to the Desktop

Web-based management is the future for data center and server administration, and Microsoft is helping you hop on board with Project Honolulu.

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.

Will the Cloud Continue Driving Revenue Growth Across the Server Market in 2018?

Explosive growth in the hybrid cloud market has been helping boost profits across the server industry, but where's the market headed?

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.

Keeping Kubernetes Consistent and Pure Across Container Ecosystems

Kubernetes is already the de-facto standard container orchestration and management engine, and a new certification program from the CNCF goes a long way to making it the official standard as well.

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.

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.

vSAN 6.6.1 Steps Up VMware's Hyper-Converged Game

Each new release of VMware's vSAN delivers better performance, more features, and now with vSAN 6.6.1, a configuration assistant to help get you started quicker and easier than ever before.

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.

OMG, Containers Have Become Boringized!

Make them comfortable and they will come. As containers get more and more standardized and boring, expect a big wave of adoptees to arrive as a result.

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.

Lenovo DX8200D and DataCore Software Duo Deliver Flexible Storage

The Lenovo DX8200D with DataCore SANsymphony software offers one of the most capable and extensible storage systems on the market.

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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