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Timothy Prickett Morgan

HP Tweaks NonStop, HP-UX Systems

April 28th, 2014 (0)
Windows and Linux servers may dominate sales at Hewlett-Packard, as they do for the systems market at large, but the company still has a sizeable business peddling NonStop and HP-UX systems. These machines need care and attention from time ...

Fusion-io Flash Pushes SQL Server 2014 In-Memory Further

April 26th, 2014 (0)
There is no such thing as too much performance improvement. Microsoft's SQL Server 2014 relational database is shipping, and enterprises are now trying to figure out how to best deploy new "Hekaton" in-memory database engine as well as the ...

ADP, Dow Jones Help Mainstream Node.js

April 25th, 2014 (0)
The one thing that all enterprises are always on the hunt for is a hardware or software technology that can significantly speed up an existing process or, in some cases, make a new process possible that was not feasible ...

AWS Adopts Docker Containers For Elastic Beanstalk

April 24th, 2014 (2)
The Docker application container technology that is emerging as a new method of packing and running applications on top of Linux servers has gotten another important blessing as it moves from an interesting project to a production-grade tool that ...

IBM, Google Show Off Power8 Systems And OpenPower Efforts

April 23rd, 2014 (3)
IBM was planning to do the announcement of the first bunch of Power8-based servers at next week's Impact2014 event in Las Vegas, but the Power Systems division at Big Blue and the OpenPower Foundation that is steering the opening ...

Violin Scales Back Windows Flash Array – For Now

April 22nd, 2014 (0)
Violin Memory was the first of the new breed of flash array companies to go public and the company is trying to stay ahead of the pack by more tightly integrating its storage with various software stacks. The company, ...

Open Compute In Full Bloom At Facebook North Carolina Datacenter

April 22nd, 2014 (0)
The Facebook culture is one of hacking bits of software together to make a complex system and constantly tweaking it to improve its performance, efficiency, and scale. This is a bit harder to do with datacenters and the infrastructure ...

OpenStack Gets Enterprise Polish With “Icehouse” Release

April 18th, 2014 (0)
Being a relatively young software stack with lots of new features being created by an excited community, OpenStack has to be on a fairly aggressive update cycle, much as the Linux operating system was back in the early days ...

AMD Sets “Seattle” ARM Server Chip Launch For Q4

April 18th, 2014 (0)
Datacenters that are eager to test out 64-bit ARM server chips with their workloads are going to have to wait a bit longer than they might otherwise like to. Last month, AMD started sampling its "Seattle" chip, the first ...

IBM Throws Power8 Gauntlet At The Feet Of X86

April 17th, 2014 (0)
The systems business at IBM continued to stall in the first quarter thanks to product transitions in the Power Systems line, the System x business being sold off to Lenovo and causing many customers to pause their buying, and ...
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