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The second major Linux kernel milestone release for 2019 is now available, bringing with it support for using persistent storage as regular system memory, as well as a new Linux Security Module (LSM).
NEWS ANALYSIS: At the opening of its new San Jose, Calif. headquarters HPE showed off advances in security, big data and artificial intelligence as well as a new approach to wooing big corporate customers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The company is touting integrations with VMware and others as it rolls out new and improved products in storage, networking, compute and hyperconverged.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At its annual user conference, the company unveils a broad hybrid cloud initiative that includes VMware’s Cloud and Cloud Foundation and Microsoft Azure.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell had become excessively risk averse, and it needed to make a change so that it could again accept reasonable risks in order to advance in the market. Here's how the company approached this issue.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: We present several examples of efficient and sustainable energy innovations that are transforming the data center industry from a power-guzzler to one of energy efficiency.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The company’s Second Generation Xeon Scalable Processors address the processing demands of data-centric workloads such as AI, machine learning and 5G.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The big news at Nvidia's GPU conference was around new platforms optimized for data scientists.
The company is enhancing VxBlock through integration with the latest versions of VMware’s vRealize suite as well as new Cisco and storage options.
TREND ANALYSIS: Most businesses standardize on couple of server, network and storage vendors but are forced to use dozens of security vendors. Palo Alto Networks uses its platform security approach to enable partners to add their IP under the umbrella of a single provider.
CLOUD SERVICE CASE STUDY / ANALYSIS: Virtustream’s flexible, scalable multi-cloud resources will allow the Smithfield food products company to pay only for the services it consumes. As a result, Smithfield estimates it will save a tidy $3 million in IT costs during the next three years.