Data centers are being reinvented via virtualization, servers with better performance per watt and the increasingly popularity of cloud computing. Key vendors such as Cisco, EMC, HP, IBM, VMware and others are all pushing to make the data center more efficient. Who will be the leader in next-gen data centers?
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As Australia's ageing population continues to grow, Regis Aged Care realised it required an IT infrastructure that would be able to offer superior service to its 45 aged care facilities across Australia.
Linux has long been both the cloud and the datacenter's favorite operating system, but it wasn't until CoreOS came along that anyone designed a Linux just for the cloud and datacenter.
How a hybrid cloud strategy is the answer for the Asia Pacific region's biggest soft drinks bottler.
Consultants projected Facebook will have impacted the Swedish economy by more than $1 billion by 2020.
Big Blue to open new London datacentre as part of its $1.2bn investment in its SoftLayer cloud services worldwide.
Sanjay Das, COO of Tippett Studio, creator of digital content for television shows and films, talks about how his studio made their system selection decisions and why they chose Dell.
The move to lower cost devices, hosted services and hyperscale computing is dampening worldwide IT spending growth.
This week's Great Debate put David Chernicoff and me into the virtual ring to discuss optimizing data center security either with an overhaul or with incremental changes. I took the overhaul side, but not without reservation.
From CDC's 40MHz "supercomputer" to 2014's Tianhe-2's 33.86 PetaFlops per second, supercomputers are continuing to push computing to its ultimate limits.
Instagram actually isn't the first (or last) Facebook property to have kept its cloud infrastructure over at Amazon Web Services rather than moving it over to its parent company.
Datacenter security is best served by making sure a major rip and replace upgrade is never required.
Big computer manufacturers are leaving their traditional markets to reposition themselves as cloud providers. At least one global name is entering the field they're leaving, but will it be enough to build the infrastructure that drives the cloud in the future?
Google launches a service called Cloud Dataflow that aims to analyze pipelines with "arbitrarily large datasets."
Enterprises will soon be able to connect directly to multiple cloud services to build a hybrid cloud solution through Equinix's newly announced Cloud Exchange.
The latest list of the fastest supercomputers in the world is out -- and not only does Linux rule, it's almost eliminated all of its competition.