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Can a Linux company and a networking power join forces to make an open-source cloud and software defined network that's good enough for telecommunications data-centers? Canonical and Juniper think so.
Microsoft is delivering a preview its HDInsight big-data service on Azure available to Linux users, and is making its machine-learning service generally available.
Microsoft joins a push towards ARM servers that have been building up for years.
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.
The alliance between open-source enterprise software firm Red Hat and Hadoop distro company Hortonworks has produced its first commercial offspring.
SecureBridge represents clients and servers for SSH, SFTP and SSL protocols as a network security solution. It can protect any TCP...
Security experts using Kali Linux may soon have a last resort to destroy their encrypted data by typing in a special passphrase that will wipe the keys.
Kusnetzky Group clients often speak to us about their need for scalability, reliability, management, and security. They also report the challenges they face when considering cloud computing, the use of Big Data and analytics to better understand their customers' needs and how to safely and effectively support both their own staff and customers using today's smartphones and tablets. IBM says System z is up to the challenge
PostgreSQL Data Access Components (PgDAC) is a library of components that provides direct access to PostgreSQL database servers from...
IBM is renovating its Power computers by investing a billion dollars into making it a full-fledged Linux line for Big Data, cloud, data analytics, and the datacenter.
Who knew that SUSE Linux is so big into big data? Apparently a lot of big companies know but the secret for the rest of us is out.
Data center managers are now looking for IT staff who possess different skills such as Linux, security and app development, as the landscape evolves with the introduction of virtualization.
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
If you want really fast Linux drive I/O for your data-center servers, Intel has a new program for you.
Red Hat is ramping up for the next generation data center by supporting Google's Open Compute project, software-def ined networking advancements such as OpenvSwitch and OpenFlow and making steady advancements in the operating system, virtualization, storage and networking, company executives said at the summit this week.
One of the most common tasks I face is copying profile data among computers, in both Windows and Linux. And as you would expect, both operating systems handle the profile data very differently.
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.
Ubuntu is best known as a popular desktop Linux, but it also wants to be your Linux of choice for both your data-center and your cloud.
IT funds may be short, but The Linux Foundation has found that companies are still investing in Linux for cloud computing, "Big Data," and greenfield deployments.
Red Hat thinks that big data management and Linux can go together like peanut-butter and jelly with its release of Red Hat Storage Software Appliance.
According to new data from The Linux Foundation, Linux jobs are pretty much evenly divided between administrator and developer jobs. But, you won't go wrong if you focus on Android programming work.
Red Hat Linux, Suse Linux, Apache and MySQL have all gained a toehold in government IT infrastructure, but proprietary products still hold sway in most departments, according to new data
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