July 30, 2014
Comments Off on Red Hat starts work on 64-bit ARM servers
Red Hat, the Linux king today and the would-be OpenStack cloud king tomorrow, is putting its money and resources on the line by betting — with its ARM Partner Early Access Program — that the 64-bit ARM architecture is ready for the data … Continue reading
July 23, 2014
Comments Off on Oracle Linux 7 released
Oracle has supported Linux almost from day one. But it wasn’t until 2006, when Larry Ellison got into a disagreement with Red Hat, that Oracle decided it had to have its “own” Linux distribution — a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) … Continue reading
June 19, 2014
Comments Off on Does HP have a development pipeline or a pipe dream?
HP wants to blow your minds with what’s in its development pipeline. The Machine, it says, will introduce a new kind of system architecture that will use memristors and silicon photonics to “replace a data center‘s worth of equipment with … Continue reading
April 8, 2014
Comments Off on Why Containers Instead of Hypervisors?
Our cloud-based IT world is founded on hypervisors. It doesn’t have to be that way – and, some say, it shouldn’t be. Containers can deliver more services using the same hardware you’re now using for virtual machines, said one speaker … Continue reading
March 28, 2014
Comments Off on Red Hat reveals CentOS plans
Napa Valley, CA: First things first. Here’s what Red Hat is not planning to do with CentOS: 1) Red Hat’s not going to charge you for CentOS; 2) CentOS will not be replacing Red Hat’s community distribution, Fedora; and 3) CentOS … Continue reading