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Global Server Revenues Top $23.4B in 3Q18

According to IDC, Worldwide Server Market revenue continued to grow in the third quarter of 2018, with Dell holding down the top spot.

How Epic Games Uses Kubernetes to Power Fortnite Application Servers

At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2018, an Epic Games engineer explains why the world's most popular game is now running on Kubernetes.

Real-Time Incident Response and Forensics Capabilities Debut in Twistlock 2.5

Twistlock has a reputation for continuing to take comprehensive container security to entirely new levels, and the latest release is no different in that respect.

Why Kubernetes Is Successful and Boring

Kubernetes is now a boring technology, and according to the co-chair of the KubeCon NA 2018 conference, that's a very good thing.

How AWS Lambda Serverless Works

Serverless technology offers the promise of lower cost and improved efficiency, but how does Amazon actually make it all work?

How Docker Engine Works to Enable Containers

At Dockercon Europe 2018, Docker details how its namesake technology is now structured.

QNAP Delivers Compact Storage and Compute with 10GbE in TS-932X

Looking for a high-speed storage solution at a budget price? QNAP offers a truly plug-and-play NAS box that you can have up and running in under a minute.

Why Docker Swarm Remains Important

At Dockercon Europe 2018, Docker reaffirms its commitment to its own Swarm container orchestration, alongside Kubernetes.

VMware CEO Looks to Show New Dimensions in 2019

VMware reports growing revenues as hybrid, multi-cloud opportunities expand.

Amazon Web Services Expands Cloud Server Compute Options

New instances include a custom ARM processor and a new machine learning chip.

Amazon Web Services Enters On-Premises Cloud Server Market with AWS Outposts

AWS will now provide customers with on-premises server hardware to run either native EC2 instances or VMware on AWS.

Will VMware Cloud Ever Expand Beyond AWS?

If you've been looking at VMware Cloud on AWS and hoping to see something similar soon for Microsoft's Azure or even in Google's or IBM's clouds, don't hold your breath.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Advances Edge and Composable Cloud Technologies

The future of HPE's server business could well rely on what happens at the edge of the network.

What's Coming in OpenStack Stein?

VIDEO: Jonathan Bryce, Executive Director of the OpenStack Foundation, outlines some of the key features coming to the open source cloud platform in 2019.

OpenStack Rebranding Infrastructure Team as OpenDev

As OpenStack continues to evolve, the server management team and assets used are now changing as well.

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.

VMware vSphere 6.7 Arrives with Stability and Security Enhancements

Few enterprises look to implement every new point release for server software, so is there enough value in the new vSphere 6.7 release to warrant an upgrade?

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.

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.

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.

Fedora 29 Linux Enters Beta, Introduces SilverBlue for Container Workloads

The latest release of Fedora adds more modularity capabilities.

The Rise of Kubernetes Continues

With big guns like Microsoft really getting behind Kubernetes and Kubernetes developers, the momentum behind the all-conquering container management system that is Kubernetes is starting to look unstoppable.

Ampere Ramps Up Its eMAG Arm Server Platform Silicon

New Arm server silicon vendor announces its first platform.

Red Hat CEO Optimistic About OpenShift 4.0 as RHEL Lags

Red Hat reports second quarter revenue of $823M, as interest in container technology continues to grow.

How Kubernetes' Founder Is Building an Un-Distribution at Heptio

VIDEO: Joe Beda, Co-Founder of Heptio, discusses his firm's efforts to help bring Kubernetes to complex enterprise environments.

Cisco Debuts UCS C480 ML Server for Machine Learning Workloads

Cisco bulks up its C480 rack server with NVIDIA GPUs and new validated designs to help accelerate deep learning workloads.

VMware on Verge of Delivering HTML5-Based vSphere Client?

If you're a vSphere sysadmin and have been waiting patiently (or not so patiently) for a fully-featured HTML5-based vSphere client, VMware finally has some news for you.

Vapor IO Advances Efforts to Build Kinetic Edge Platform

Micro data center technology aims to make it easier for organizations to deploy edge computing.

Global Server Market Reaches $22.5B in 2Q18

IDC reports that Dell EMC continues to lead the overall market for both server revenue and units shipped.

VMware Readies vRealize Operations 7 with Powerful Enhancements

The intelligent operations management tool is set to receive a major upgrade that will help make managing cloud deployments even easier and more cost efficient.

Mainframes Get GUI with Zowe Project

VIDEO: John Merton, Director of Program Management at the Open Mainframe project, announces the new Zowe project.

Linux Foundation on Track for Best Year Ever as Open Source Dominates

At the Open Source Summit North America Event, Jim Zemlin details the successes of the Linux Foundation, beyond just Linux.

VMware Goes Platinum for vSphere Virtual Server Deployments

VMware is now directly integrating advanced security in vSphere.

Open Metrics Project Comes to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

New effort aims to help define a standard format for cloud-native server application metrics.

9 Quick Yet Powerful PowerShell Cmdlets for Azure Virtual Machines

Discover some handy Azure PowerShell commands that can help things run smoother when managing Azure virtual machines.

What the CoreOS Acquisition Means for Red Hat and the Container Space

CoreOS made some big waves in the container space in its short history, and now that it's part of Red Hat it's likely to make some even bigger ones.

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.

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