Red Hat announced it's now seeking to become the king of the enterprise cloud services vendors.
Traditional vendor facing upstart challenges is under pressure from analysts and customers to adapt.
Technical and financing agreements are latest in competition among Hortonworks, Cloudera and MapR.
Traditional ERP and CRM enterprise software vendor joins archrival Oracle as sponsor of OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service initiative.
Research shows VMware, Amazon AWS lead in private, public arenas.
Tool helps configure, deploy, run and manage virtualized Hadoop clusters.
Salesforce Wear Developer Pack provides sample apps for glasses, wristbands, smartwatches and more.
Containers are a lightweight means to develop, ship and run distributed applications on different platforms.
It's a next-generation "catalyst for enterprise innovation."
Details emerge on the Power architecture IBM plan to use to beef up the cloud service it acquired last year.
Primary new featues include tighter platform integration, single sign-on support, discoverability and the capability for rolling upgrades.
Continuuity Inc. recently announced it was open sourcing its Loom software used to manage Big Data clusters in the cloud.
Three trends from the open source community to watch in 2013.
Strong demand for its ClearPath mainframe platform helped boost Unisys' profits in Q2.
Hardware migrations can be tricky. We discuss the keys to Kansas City Southern Railway's migration from mainframe to Linux.
For most organizations, choosing between Big Blue's two hybrid computing visions is simple, but what about shops that need both? That's where it gets tricky.
Demand for mainframes dropped off late last year -- and was down in the first three months of 2012, too. Is it time for Big Iron boosters to start worrying? No -- it's all good.
Given the success IBM has had with its RISC-Unix business, PowerLinux doesn't seem like a bad idea, but will its success come at the expense of AIX?
A majority of companies are standardizing on open source for their application development efforts, though they might not be effectively monitoring their use of open source.
This month, Dell pulled the trigger on two significant acquisitions. What's behind Dell's acquisition moves, and why does at least one of them seem like a no-brainer?