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Ubuntu 15.04 hands-on: One giant leap for developers and the cloud, but one small step for the 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.
At first glance, there's little new in the next version of Ubuntu Linux. Under the hood, it's a different story.
HP has invested billions in its cloud offerings. Now, out of the blue sky, HP is leaving the public cloud business behind.
Thanks to CoreOS, Kubernetes, Google's secret sauce for managing containers on its clusters, is on its way to your data center.
Ubuntu takes another step forward as a cloud operating system by incorporating Chef support into its enterprise Linux distributions.
Google is offering a new incentive for using its Google Compute Engine. With Google Cloud Launcher, you can launch more than 120 popular open-source packages.
It's been years since The Document Foundation announced that LibreOffice would be ported to an online version. It looks like it will finally arrive... in 2016.
The best Chromebook is also, easily, the most expensive Chromebook. For some people, though, it's worth the money.
Want the newest developer tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 or 7? The beta's ready for you now.
These two popular enterprise Linux server operating systems are getting an Active Directory and container friendly refresh.
It won't be in your laptop, but 10-terabyte hard drives will soon be in your datacenter servers.
Linux software developers are working hard on expanding Linux's file and storage options.