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SentinelOne introduces endpoint protection built for cloud and data centre based Linux servers

Thursday, 28 January 2016 16:02

IBM enhances LinuxONE for hybrid cloud

New features for IBM’s Linux high-performance systems are designed to deliver hybrid cloud solutions faster

Microsoft’s Linux on Azure certification could be one of the most sought after cloud certifications in 2016. We look at why do you need it and what do you need to do to get it.

A new collaboration will help developers, customers and partners build and run trusted, secure applications with Red Hat container technologies

The Linux Foundation has made pledges to help make the licensing and use of open-source-derived applications easier for business and is creating a new project to incentivise developers to work on real-time Linux development.   

Monday, 28 September 2015 11:29

The most in-demand cloud skills in 2015

If you're considering a career in cloud, or simply looking to keep up your skills, here are the most in-demand cloud skills and how to get them.  

Linux distro SUSE today announced SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the first and currently only server operating system supported by the recently announced KVM for IBM z Systems, open source-based server virtualisation for the IBM mainframe.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015 15:39

SUSE Manager subscriptions get cloud-friendly

SUSE’s “bring-your-own-subscription” program lets users transfer their existing SUSE Manager subscriptions for use in AWS, Google Compute Engine and Microsoft Azure at no additional cost. 

New Cloud Native Computing Foundation is to advance the state-of-the-art for building cloud native applications and services.

Thursday, 23 April 2015 04:29

Fedora 22 Beta Now Available

The latest version of the Fedora Linux-based operating system is now in beta  

Dell and Red Hat update their private-cloud-in-a-box solution based on Dell PowerEdge servers and Red Hat’s OpenStack designed for Red Hat Ceph storage solutions

The rise of platforms such as OpenStack is driving a market for professionals with certified Linux expertise

The GHOST Linux vulnerability allows attackers to remotely control systems without any administrator credentials simply by sending an email. Are your systems protected?

SUSE now allows free transfer of existing licenses to a select number of public cloud providers and adds new support services to partners in the SUSE Cloud Service Provider program.

Open Source OS business SUSE has announced the general availability of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 and introduces a new customer portal.

Microsoft and Docker have today announced a strategic partnership to provide support for Dockers container technologies to be delivered in future releases of Windows Server and to expand the Docker capabilities in Azure.

Thursday, 02 October 2014 17:04

The top Open Source Cloud Projects for 2014

OpenStack is the top overall Open Source Cloud project followed by Docker and KVM, however problems with poor documentation is hampering the take up of Open Source projects 

The newest version of SUSE Cloud includes advanced VMware capabilities plus enhanced scalability, automation and availability to ease enterprise OpenStack adoption and reduce costs.

The latest beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 includes performance, security and stability enhancements as well as improved system administration experience.


Streaming video service, blinkbox’s Group Head of IT, Jon Robinson explains why they’re moving a petabyte of data to Microsoft Azure, a why the platform doesn’t treat Linux as a second class citizen.

IBM has announced a wealth of new products and services to help developers and partners build solutions for the cloud

Dell plans to give developers and businesses a choice of operating systems and networks through the delivery of a new open network infrastructure plan and a deal with Cumulus Networks.

HP have enabled  Air France to automate and increase the reliability of its 1,500 Linux servers by deploying a private cloud solution based on HP Cloud Service Automation (CSA) software to accelerate deployment times for physical and virtual infrastructures.


HP have enabled  Air France to automate and increase the reliability of its 1,500 Linux servers by deploying a private cloud solution based on HP Cloud Service Automation (CSA) software to accelerate deployment times for physical and virtual infrastructures.


Just in case you missed the news over Christmas and New Year, Linux distributors Red Hat have launched the Beta of their Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with new key features including Linux Containers, in-place upgrades and updates to file and networking.

Thursday, 05 December 2013 16:29

Google Compute Engine opens to the world


Google Compute Engine launches to the world with expanded OS support, transparent maintenance, and lower prices


The latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 optimises performance, stability and scalability across physical, virtual and cloud environments



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