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Red Hat Gluster Storage with OpenStack Manila technology preview gives enterprises software-defined file storage for OpenStack clouds.
Yes, Google is supporting more container formats than Docker, but that doesn't mean it's turning against Docker in its cloud programs.
In August 2014, Walmart moved its entire ecommerce stack to OpenStack running on Canonical's Ubuntu Linux.
Don't think you're vulnerable? You might want to double check that.
Yes, you read the headline correctly. Microsoft and Canonical are partnering up on IoT.
The storage giant is partnering up to bring its hardware to the major OpenStack clouds.
Not ready for the jump to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7? Be of good cheer, Red Hat is still improving Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x.
Docker faces challenge as CoreOS's open container format gains allies
Linux is for everyone from 13 to 84. Don't believe me? See for yourself.
The latest OpenStack release brings bare metal support, better identity federation, and new object storage support to the popular open-source cloud.
How can there be a future for Windows on smartphones and tablets when Microsoft is encouraging developers to bring its apps from Apple and Google's ecosystem?
Getting a Debian Linux release out the door is never easy, but the latest and greatest, Debian 8, "Jesse" is out now.
The new Fedora, with its GNOME 3.16 interface, is an interesting, powerful Linux desktop.
There are lots of new goodies in Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet, but most of them are for cloud administrators and DevOps.
If you want a stable Linux operating system and the latest developer tools, Red Hat has a deal for you.
The next version, or should we say three versions, of Red Hat's community Linux, Fedora, are now in beta.
Canonical, which has become a quiet cloud power, is releasing its next container-friendly Linux on April 23rd.
VMware is now a Linux distributor and invested more than ever in containers.
The easiest desktop operating system to use of all may be Ubuntu.
At first glance, there's little new in the next version of Ubuntu Linux. Under the hood, it's a different story.