An exciting event where container experts, developers and implementers all got together to discuss the present state -- and future -- of container technology.
Synergy Research Group market data shows enterprise IT infrastructure spending still increasing despite the fast-pace growth of the cloud market in 2017.
VMware virtualization on Azure preview is still available.
The industry's top cloud providers issued assurances to their customers after news broke this week about a widespread PC processor vulnerability.
A recent study by migration analytics firm TSO Logic tries to pin down exactly why and how most organizations end up overpaying for cloud services.
The Azure Migrate solution is expected to be production-ready for organizations in the next six months.
Oracle's total cloud revenues grew at a healthy rate in its latest financial quarter, but it wasn't enough to assuage Wall Street concerns.
The cloud is changing everything. Just how much will be evident next year.
Gartner Inc. is reporting this week that worldwide server revenue is up 16 percent in Q3 2017, mainly due to the drive to build the "infrastructure to support cloud and hybrid-cloud implementations," as stated by Research Vice President Jeffrey Hewitt.
Redmond added more options to its Azure Virtual Machine (VM) offerings this month.
VMware and endpoint security firm Carbon Black are collaborating on a new security solution that aims to protect datacenters against unknown threats.
Recently published data from Indeed.com shows increased interest in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Server Migration Service has added support to move Microsoft Hyper-V VMs to its cloud.
Data marked "top secret" was exposed.
The company shows strength in software-defined computing and the cloud.
It requires a proper needs assessment at its base.
The open source container management tech gets big boost.
The good and bad of the shortening software cycle, from an administrator's perspective.
A survey also finds that older Office versions are still in wide use.
Suppliers are riding it, but how quickly will enterprises follow suit?
- By Dan Kusnetzky