- August 12, 2010
Automated build-out and deployment of custom SUSE Linux on Amazon Web Services is winning combo, users say.
- August 11, 2010
Open Compliance Program promises to make it easier to distribute infringement-free open source code.
- August 09, 2010
Data center pros hope that Oracle's decision to support Solaris on Dell and HP hardware means flexibility.
- July 28, 2010
A new Fujitsu server is designed for large, high-performance infrastructure; another targets energy-conscious SMBs.
- July 26, 2010
RHEL claims the majority of enterprise deployments, but Ubuntu adoption is also fast filling the needs of business. SUSE Linux, by contrast, has dwindled.
- June 29, 2010
John Parker, ESRI's data center manager, discusses the challenge of maintaining online operations in his IT shop.
- June 28, 2010
Several stalwart Sun shops are moving off their beloved Sparc hardware to non-Oracle alternatives.
- June 24, 2010
Cloud computing, virtualization and new features in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, which hits beta 2 next week, were the hot topics at Red Hat Summit 2010.
- June 11, 2010
HP has purchased Phoenix Technologies' slim Linux OS HyperSpace along with HyperCore and PhoenixFlip technologies, which could help the company in the tablet and mobile device market.
- May 25, 2010
Novell is reportedly for sale, causing concern in SUSE Linux community.
- May 06, 2010
Oracle's new, pricier hardware support policy will spur defections from Sun Microsystems gear, IT shops say.
- April 29, 2010
Xen, the early favorite to win the open source virtualization crown, is passed over in favor of KVM at select hosting and cloud providers. Problems with Xen's lack of integration into the main Linux kernel hobbled the hypervisor, and KVM's ...
- April 21, 2010
Canonical lined up ISV and hardware vendor certifications and support for Ubuntu 10.04 Server Edition rollout.
- April 12, 2010
First Red Hat dropped support for Intel's Itanium chip, and now Microsoft has done the same. But does the second shoe to drop really matter?
- April 12, 2010
Data center administrators will need to keep their eyes on only two non-mainframe server operating systems: Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Windows. RHEL and Windows have a stranglehold on the market, and Red Hat is capitalizing on Novell's decline in ...