Don't-Miss Servers Stories
Oracle has moved quickly to provide virtualization support for its recently released 12c database, saying this week that a set of virtual machine templates for the product are now available.
IBM has decided to license the Power chip architecture to customers, who can then build chips based on the design. A collection of companies, including Nvidia and Google, will also join IBM in creating the OpenPower consortium to advance cloud computing.
IBM has introduced x86 and Power processors with a new dual-chip server module that will help speed the deployment of cloud and virtualized environments.
Oracle has introduced a new software package for its Exalytics high-performance analytics appliance that in some cases, will be mandatory.
There are a variety of benefits to business-class Internet, and a number of potential pitfalls to running a business from a consumer Internet connection.
Microsoft has released its "Katana" server, an early prototype that shows off how Microsoft would implement the next-generation HTTP 2.0 standard.
Oracle is preparing to roll out the latest member of its family of "engineered systems" that combine software and hardware, with the upcoming product focused on virtualization.
In the ongoing quest for faster access to data, Diablo Technologies has taken what could be a significant next step.
IBM’s effort to sell off its server hardware business is a sign of an ominous trend, but don’t toss out your servers just yet.
Intel has updated its road map with a new, low-power server chip to help it ward off competition from Calxeda and other makers of low-power chips.
Hewlett Packard and Japan's NEC will expand their existing partnership to develop high-end x86-based servers for cloud and Web applications.
The supply of Windows Small Business Server is drying up, but SMBs can embrace Windows Server 2012 Essentials instead.
Puppet Labs is bringing new capabilities to its open source Puppet IT automation and system administration platform with acquisition of Cloudsmith.
Lenovo is expanding software partnerships as it tries to break into a server market dominated by Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Dell.
Oracle is introducing a new generation of its Exalytics appliance for high-speed data analysis that comes with a slightly higher price tag but major increases in memory and storage capacity.