Oracle this week added to its Database Appliance portfolio with new offerings designed for small and mid-sized enterprises, costing as little as $18,000.
Fine-tuning its "Big Iron to Big Data" strategy, mainframe company Syncsort is now providing more control over what data generated from z/OS systems is sent to the Splunk Enterprise platform for analytics processing.
Big Data storage specialist DataDirect Networks today unveiled a new high-end Lustre-based storage appliance designed specifically for high-performance computing and targeting data-intensive enterprises.
Fujitsu is incorporating high-performance Intel Xeon processors in a new line of PRIMEQUEST high-end servers positioned as alternative hardware choices for enterprises looking to migrate off UNIX systems to run mission-critical apps like ERP and databases.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced an upgrade to its OneView tool, an infrastructure automation engine that provides software-defined intelligence across HPE servers, storage devices and other products.
To help enterprises gain actionable business insights from Big Data analytics, Intel has introduced a new family of high-performance Xeon processors to power servers boasting up to 24 cores and supporting up to 24 TB of memory.
Enterprise systems in 2016 are starting to look a lot different than enterprise systems of yesteryear, according to a new report about the "enterprise technologies to watch in 2016" from the Enterprise Irregulars.
EnterpriseDB announced the availability of its new operational data management platform based on the open source Postgres object-relational database system.
DataCore this week upgraded two of its enterprise storage offerings: the SANsymphony Software-Defined Storage platform and the Hyper-converged Virtual SAN.
Cray is tackling Big Data with a big computer sporting up to 1,728 Xeon processor cores, 22 TB of memory and 35 TB of SSD storage, along with an analytics framework and open source software, optimized for demanding enterprise workloads.
The inexorable migration to flash-based enterprise storage continues. Following on the heels of IBM's new solutions announced a couple weeks ago, Dell Inc. yesterday introduced its own all-flash and hybrid flash offerings.
Redmond Channel Partner is out with a brand-new, updated Microsoft Product Roadmap, providing enterprise managers in Microsoft shops with guidance about key server software offerings and more.
The Open Networking User Group, on a mission to foster an enterprise and industry transition to new-age, open networking, furthered that effort by launching new initiatives to fill in the missing pieces of the software-defined infrastructure puzzle.
"Unprecedented speed" is the key ingredient in IBM's new flash storage solutions, designed for the new world of intelligent, cloud-based business apps.
EMC unveiled a flurry of new products at its EMC World 2016 conference with the goal of modernizing the datacenter.
Enterprises looking to move legacy workloads such as ERP or mainframe applications to the modern cloud will find help from Infosys, which has entered into a strategic alliance with Amazon Web Services, the leading cloud computing provider.
Juniper Networks Inc. has added new virtual firewalls to its Software-Defined Secure Networks (SDSN), a suite of products that applies to network security the "software-defined" technique of disaggregating software and hardware.
A brand-new survey shows enterprises are increasingly using open source Apache Kafka technology for real-time, streaming Big Data analytics.
With a mission to help organizations move from traditional file systems to more flexible, scalable cloud infrastructures, SwiftStack has upgraded its namesake "enterprise-ready object storage software."
Backed by dozens of partners, Mesosphere today announced the beta release of its open source DC/OS software, which acts as an OS for managing modern distributed applications in container-based datacenters.