Oracle launches global internet ‘health’ map

Oracle launches global internet ‘health’ map

Oracle's free internet "health" map allows enterprises to see where bottlenecks are to their public cloud connection and perhaps route traffic around them.

06/18/18

What is Cohesity and why did it just pull in $250M in venture money?

What is Cohesity and why did it just pull in $250M in venture money?

Cohesity says it has the solution to storage siloing headaches, and organizations are putting big money behind it.

06/18/18

Facebook releases its load balancer as open-source code

Facebook releases its load balancer as open-source code

Facebook wrote the load-balancing software, Katran, because existing load balancers can't handle the size of the social media giant's systems.

06/14/18

Rackspace introduces data center colocation services

Rackspace introduces data center colocation services

Rackspace announced a new data center colocation business, offering space, power, and network connectivity to customers who provide their own hardware.

06/13/18

Supermicro is the latest hardware vendor with a security issue

Supermicro is the latest hardware vendor with a security issue

Vulnerabilities in Supermicro server firmware require skill to exploit, but if they are, attackers have as much control as if they gained physical access to the system.

06/11/18

Intel launches Optane, the go-between for memory and storage

Intel launches Optane, the go-between for memory and storage

Intel introduced Optane DC persistent memory modules, a new class of memory and storage that stores frequently accessed data in its memory rather than forcing the server to fetch it from a hard disk.

06/06/18

Suddenly the server market is hot again

Suddenly the server market is hot again

Growth and new platforms are driving sales for a once-moribund market.

06/01/18

AMD’s EPYC server encryption is the latest security system to fall

AMD’s EPYC server encryption is the latest security system to fall

Researchers find they can recover data from encrypted VMs.

05/31/18

Study shows admins are doing a terrible job of patching servers

Study shows admins are doing a terrible job of patching servers

Three-quarters of examined open-source servers have unpatched exploits.

05/31/18

SSDs get bigger, while prices get smaller

SSDs get bigger, while prices get smaller

An oversupply of memory chips, plus aggressive pricing by SSD suppliers are causing SSD prices to drop, while the capacity of drives continues to increase.

05/22/18

Why NVMe over Fabric matters

Why NVMe over Fabric matters

With NVMe over Fabric, a big limitation on SSDs in the enterprise is going away. This will be worth the upgrade.

05/18/18

What Qualcomm’s rumored exit from data centers means

What Qualcomm’s rumored exit from data centers means

Anonymous sources say Qualcomm is looking to shut down or sell its Centriq line of ARM-based data center processors, causing people to speculate about the company's plans.

05/15/18

Hitachi, HPE and IBM enhance their SSD-based storage products

Hitachi, HPE and IBM enhance their SSD-based storage products

To help companies control data creep, Hitachi, HPE and IBM upgraded their SSD-based storage arrays with de-duplication features.

05/15/18

Cavium launches ThunderX2 ARM-based server processors

Cavium launches ThunderX2 ARM-based server processors

Cavium claims its ThunderX2 server processors have superior price-performance compared with its Intel Skylake counterparts.

05/09/18

Enterprises are moving SD-WAN beyond pilot stages to deployment

Enterprises are moving SD-WAN beyond pilot stages to deployment

Network security, the Internet of Things, and cloud services are causing more companies to deploy SD-WAN.

05/07/18

Intel job posting hints at major overhaul to the processor core

Intel job posting hints at major overhaul to the processor core

Intel has hired some top talent and is looking for more, raising speculation that it is going to redesign its Core-branded CPU architecture.

05/03/18

Startup RStor promises a new type of distributed compute fabric

Startup RStor promises a new type of distributed compute fabric

RStor lets you unite your data centers with cloud providers and supercomputing centers with a low latency fabric.

05/02/18

Rackspace offers on-premises 'cloud' and a bare-metal cloud offering

Rackspace offers on-premises 'cloud' and a bare-metal cloud offering

With Rackspace's Private Cloud Everywhere, customers can have a managed VMware Private Cloud as a Service wherever they want it.

04/30/18

Red Hat launches turnkey storage solution

Red Hat launches turnkey storage solution

Red Hat partners with Supermicro to offer Red Hat Storage One, a plug-and-play software-defined storage system that provides hardware, software and support in a single SKU.

04/30/18

Schneider Electric announces Edge Module for IoT processing

Schneider Electric announces Edge Module for IoT processing

Schneider Electric's Edge Module is a prefabricated, self-contained IoT solution that includes integrated power and cooling systems, designed for edge computing scenarios.

04/27/18

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