Building on the Ceph open source foundation.
Building the next generation of mobile networks.
Microsoft Azure a distant No. 2, but still with solid growth.
Microsoft eschews traditional methods, opting for more current technologies like Azure.
The project, code-named "Honolulu," was released in preview in late September.
Edge computing is becoming a buzzword in IT, with good reason.
It's trying to find its way in a crowded market.
The release of Microsoft's first major update to Windows Server 2016 and the long-awaited launch of Azure Stack will enable the ongoing shift toward containerization, DevOps and digitally focused modern apps.
It's not hard, but the steps need to be followed carefully.
VMware, the leading virtualization company in the world, went all-in on Amazon Web Services.
The open source automation platform introduces the "Ansible Engine."
The future of bulk data computational analysis tools and the eternal struggle of good vs. evil.
Finding a datacenter role for the humble processor.
In 2017, Microsoft has moved to embrace new approaches to computing.
The storage vendor is once again in the spotlight.
IT Infrastructure is always evolving. The next big change will be back toward an old, familiar model, closer to the days of the mainframe than the era of siloed servers that has dominated for decades.
The VMM Analytics integration with OMS will enable "compelling use cases" for organizations.
Cray and Markley Group team up to extend the vision of cloud computing.
Microsoft's big show should provide clarity on these issues.