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IT transformation itself isn’t news; that’s what been keeping the tech business in business for more than three generations. This, however, is about server upgrades that add much more functionality than previously.
Cisco spiffs up control with new cloud-based Intersight dashboard, putting systems management as-a-service on the map.
ClearCaster was designed and built in collaboration with Facebook to ensure clean, clear broadcasts and user engagement on Facebook Live, and from any workflow.
The vendor rolls out the SPARC M8 platform and servers just weeks after reports that it is slashing the workforce in its hardware business.
The software giant is releasing a new set of GUI tools that will help narrow the gap between existing graphical interfaces and the PowerShell command line
IDC and Gartner say large cloud players like Microsoft and Baidu are fueling the rise of ODMs as influences in the worldwide data center system space.
For Q2 2018, revenue came in at $19.3 billion, down about $800 million from two quarters ago, but profitability is still proving elusive.
As HPE-Micro Focus "spin-merger" takes effect, MF remains ground zero for COBOL, which still runs most of the major at-scale transaction systems, such as credit-card processing and large travel logistics.
Cruise Control and Kafka work hand in hand. As Kafka users specify performance goals, Cruise Control monitors server clusters for violations of these goals, analyzes the existing workload and automatically executes changes.
Cisco and Springpath will have a ways to go before they’re major players in the HCI market, but it’s growing fast at 110 percent year over year, according to researcher IDC, so there's room for more competitors.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft acquires Cycle Computing to bulk up its HPC cloud services, Arctic data center designed to break records for size and efficiency; Docker updates enterprise edition with secure multi-tenancy support; and there is more.
HPE announced that its 50.1 percent portion of the Micro Focus software business will be spun off into yet a new entity called Seattle SpinCo, Inc., at the close of business on Aug. 21.