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Virtualization king has optimized its wares for the hot hyperconverged, hyperscale and high-performance enterprise markets.
Microsoft is joining Google and Amazon Web Services in offering a registry for Docker container images as an additional service for Azure Cloud customers.
The open-source Xen virtualization project patches a security vulnerability that could have enabled an attacker to breakout from hypervisor isolation. But unlike a Xen flaw in 2014, this time public cloud providers do not have to reboot all their servers.
VIDEO: Alexis Richardson, CEO and co-founder of Weaveworks, discusses his company's new Enterprise Edition and what's next for container operations management.
In its most simplistic description, 3D Xpoint is a powerful processor that goes vertical in addition to horizontal. Thus the "3D" moniker, and thus the need for an entirely new SSD to hold it.
Startup sees its software-defined server as the missing piece in the new-gen software-defined data center.
New release of Red Hat's enterprise-grade container platform is based on the recent Kubernetes 1.4 milestone, adding new dynamic storage capabilities and an enhanced dashboard.
Docker aims to directly integrate storage capabilities into its container engine, while still leaving room for organizations to choose other storage technologies.
IT support professionals are well aware of the challenges associated with supporting multiple or even multitudes of users working remotely. Nowhere is that pain more felt than when a user calls the help desk for support—especially when that user is located hundreds of miles on the other side...