There's a new Ubuntu in town, Ubuntu Linux 21.10.
Serverless computing is getting a kick in the pants as TriggerMesh goes open source under the Apache license.
A nearly eight-hour outage affected Azure users globally who were using Windows VMs and services dependent on them.
We all use Kubernetes to manage containers, but now SUSE, with Harvester and Rancher, enables you to deploy VMs with it as well.
Among other security advancements announced at VMworld, the virtualization company unveiled a set of services for flexible, multi-cloud application security called EASE.
The Data on Kubernetes Community consortium seeks to make it simple to build complex, stateful applications within Kubernetes.
Working with HPE, Chemist Warehouse will replace its existing data centre with a hyperconverged platform and virtual desktop infrastructure.
With its containers and Kubernetes foundation, Cloud-native computing is very powerful and very hard to set up. Now Mirantis wants to make it easy for you with Mirantis Flow.
All that's needed for Remote Desktop to work is a subscription, an iDrive agent downloaded on a device, and a connection to the service.
Dell announces three products that it claims will help keep enterprises secure while they grow.
The new Rancher promises to be better than ever at helping you manage your Kubernetes cloud environments.
Windows Server 2022 is officially now generally available. Here are a few questions and answers about the newest Windows Server release.