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Red Hat's new Ceph Storage and Gluster Storage open-source, software-defined storage products continue to push storage's limits.
Red Hat has made it clear that its wants to be a major cloud company. Now, it's making sure you know that it also wants to be your cloud analytic partner.
Red Hat's new OpenShift Enterprise Platform as a Service cloud is all about Docker containers and Kubernetes orchestration all the time.
Red Hat has long been a power in Linux servers. Now, with a new software stack and a partnership with Samsung, the Linux giant is going for mobile business users.
The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative is taking on three new major open-source security projects and Linux security expert Emily Ratliff has been hired to oversee CII.
Some people love that Apple is open sourcing its Swift programming languages. Others are taking a wait-and-see attitude about just how 'open' Apple will make Swift.
Docker, the popular open-source container company, has started a certification and partner program: Ecosystem Technology Partner.
Red Hat is adding new web development tools, dynamic languages and databases, and support for multiple language versions and, oh yes, Docker container support.
Peppermint combines Ubuntu Linux with Google's Chromium Web browser and cloud services for a modern take on the desktop.
Microsoft would love to get some of Android's mobile market share, and here's one way they're trying to do it in China.
Red Hat's new Fedora Linux comes with a better desktop, but the real improvements are in the cloud and server updates.
Forrester still worries about OpenStack in the enterprise. For Best Buy, BMW, EBay, and Wal-Mart OpenStack is already mission-critical.
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, revealed that he's considering taking the company public.
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.