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CoreOS, a new enterprise Linux company and a Docker partner, is now proposing its own alternative to Docker's container technology.
SUSE, the enterprise Linux company, is working on its own storage solution using open-source Ceph: SUSE Storage.
Allowing employees to work from home has benefits for both the worker and the company, but it’s not without risk. Here’s how to do it right.
The tax year is over, and the financial services and accounting software company reaped the benefits in its third-quarter earnings.
Canonical, best known as the company behind Ubuntu Linux, is entering the private cloud hosting business with an OpenStack-based option for your data center or hosting provider.
You know Red Hat best as the leading business Linux company. You may not know that Red Hat also wants to become the top OpenStack cloud business.
TurnKey Linux, the ready-to-run Linux cloud server app company, is now offering 64-bit server apps on Amazon Web Services.
Linux leader Red Hat has shipped another minor update to its 6 enterprise line to better equip its distribution for massive scale out, big data environments. Along the same lines, the company also announced this week it will contribute its Red Hat Storage Hadoop plug-in to the Apache Hadoop project
Red Hat recently acquired ManageIQ, an enterprise cloud management company, and now the Raleigh, North Carolina-based company is integrating its administrative services with its Linux-based cloud systems.
Hewlett-Packard faces challenges in educating its salesforce on the benefits of new acquisitions and rapidly creating integrated packages for consumers to easily consume, but it's addressing these concerns, says a company exec.
Katrina Montinola of Archimedes explains why Hadoop is a big deal for big data, and how her company got unexpected benefits from implementing it.
The ubiquity of Microsoft's desktop office suite is one reason the company has remained a leader in the PC segment -- and that same Office ubiquity is the main reason Linux still struggles.
It's becoming increasingly apparent that video game development and online distribution company Valve is serious about Linux. But desktop Linux has a 1 percent usage share. Surely there's more to this development effort than meets the eye?
The company claims that Oracle Secure Global Desktop supports the broadest range of applications, including Web-based applications and standard Windows, Linux, UNIX, System i and System z applications. Is it worth considering? Yes, if you use Oracle products.
SCO, the company that started the Linux lawsuit madness, is now in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but the Linux intellectual property FUD lives on.
For the first time, Microsoft has publicly gotten a company using Linux servers to say that they've signed a Linux patent licensing deal, but it's far from the first time that Microsoft has convinced Linux-using businesses into paying for Linux.
There has been a fair amount of recent 'buzz' around a pair of Ordissimo notebooks from a French company called Substantiel SAS. In fact, Linux-based Ordissimo computers — whose key selling point is ease of use — have been available in Europe since 2005, but the current generation of 15in.
After a successful implementation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and an open-source thin client, oil and gas exploration company Santos is looking towards deep analysis of big data.
While Red Hat and SUSE are throwing their support behind IBM's new Linux POWER servers, Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, has opted to sit this one out.
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