Amazon is going after hosting and virtual private server companies with its latest low-end cloud offering.
The top "Linux" event is being consolidated with other conferences under the "open source" name.
You read the title correctly. Microsoft, yes Microsoft, just joined the Linux Foundation.
An old Linux security 'feature' script, which activates LUKS disk encryption, has been hiding a major security hole in plain sight.
498 out of 500 of the world's speediest supercomputers now use Linux.
Besides announcing its next version of Ceph-powered SUSE Enterprise Storage, SUSE has bought openATTIC, the open-source Ceph and storage management framework.
Cloud Foundry has found businesses really, really need IT employees who know the cloud.
In every way that matters, OpenStack is getting bigger.
HPE still supports OpenStack in its Helion cloud program, but it's cutting way back on how much it's spending on helping create OpenStack.
Cloud interoperability is no longer just a goal when you use OpenStack. And that makes migration a whole lot easier.
The future looks bright for OpenStack -- according to 451 Research, OpenStack is growing rapidly to become a $5-billion-a-year cloud business. But obstacles still remain.
Mirantis recently signed a major deal with NTT, but the company is also laying off some of its employees.
Red Hat double-downs on open-sourcing components of its Ansible DevOps program.
Canonical has looked into its cloud and container crystal ball and they see Kubernetes.
Microsoft isn't anti-Linux anymore and Lenovo is just lazy when it comes to supporting the Linux desktop on its newest Yoga Ultra.
Nextcloud, in partnership with Canonical and WDLabs, has released a Raspberry Pi and Ubuntu Linux powered cloud server for your home or office.
Oracle wants to dump its NetBeans Java integrated development environment on the Apache Software Foundation.
No one noticed but in HPE's spin-off of its software assets, the company also tied the knot with leading enterprise Linux power SUSE.
Wim Coekaerts, corporate VP of Microsoft Enterprise Open Source Group, came to LinuxCon preaching enable, integrate, release, and contribute instead of embrace, extend, and extinguish.