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Virtual-reality product development is kicking into high gear as yet another device is entering the market. Dubbed StarVR, the device from developer Starbreeze comes with two 5.5-inch quad-HD displays that the company said, will deliver a top gaming experience when customers get a chance. But...
CloudBees is leading the Docker integration effort with plug-ins that enable the use of containers as part of a Jenkins continuous integration workflow.
Identity Manager is designed to be "consumer simple, enterprise secure," enabling secure enterprise identity management with consumer-grade expectations.
The Docker Ecosystem Technology Partner (ETP) program kicks off with the vendor's tool for monitoring. Six vendors have integrated with Docker for monitoring.
Offering expanded storage and compute options on EVO:RAIL will provide higher-capacity platforms so customers can run greater numbers of virtual machines.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Docker Bench for Security isn't a panacea for container security, but more tools are likely to complement it over time.
Oculus VR—the company that started as a crowdfunding idea but which Facebook acquired for $2 billion, even though its premier product is still under development—has scheduled a media briefing in June. At that event, Oculus said it will ask attendees to "step into" its product, the Oculus Rift...
OpenStack's catalog provides apps in multiple formats, including Murano packages, Glance images and Heat templates. Now firms can find apps in one place.
The new Dell Appliance for Wyse-Citrix is designed for small and midsize businesses that have not used thin clients before because of cost and other concerns.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once again there was plenty of talk about Software-Defined Networking at Interop 2015. But this year, vendors were actually showing off products that support SDN.
Apcera, Google, Red Hat and VMware are supporting CoreOS' application container specification effort, which extends the reach of containers beyond Docker.