• Linux drives a mainframe revival

    Linux may not be everyone’s idea of a mainframe operating system, but for a growing number of large and medium-sized businesses the synergy between Linux and big iron is the solution to a significant problem.

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  • Get into Docker for big job prospects

    Linux skills, especially Docker and Python, are in high demand and are commanding ever-higher salaries

    Cliff Saran7,160 pointsBadges:
  • IBM pushes mainframe Linux initiative with open source giveaway

    IBM has contributed mainframe management code to the open source community as part of the Linux Foundation’s Open Mainframe Initiative

    Cliff Saran7,160 pointsBadges:
  • 21% of UK IT professionals now use OpenStack, SUSE research suggests

    Linux distribution provider claims UK IT decision-makers are coming round to the idea of using the open-source cloud platform

    Caroline Donnelly2,985 pointsBadges:
  • ElasticHosts-owned Springs.IO debuts use-based pricing for Docker-like IaaS

    Springs.IO says using Linux-based container technology can help users cut cloud costs

    Caroline Donnelly2,985 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft and Red Hat join forces to help ease enterprises into hybrid cloud

    Tech giants set aside years of rivalry to help enterprises with mixed IT environments move to the cloud with greater ease

    Caroline Donnelly2,985 pointsBadges:
  • High-performance computing and mainframe refresh limit server decline

    IDC's market share data for server shipments shows mainframe users are running Linux on the z13, while high-performance computing (HPC) lifts x86 sales

    Cliff Saran7,160 pointsBadges:
  • HPC research cluster get Red Hat OpenStack private cloud

    Petabyte-scale eMedLab consortium opts for private cloud on Red Hat Linux OpenStack with hybrid Cinder and IBM Spectrum Scale storage, and rejects object and cloud storage

    Antony Adshead2,350 pointsBadges:
  • Case study: Sky News turns to Red Hat for IT upgrade

    To ensure the resiliency of its operations, Sky News has deployed Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation and Red Hat Satellite in two datacentres

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  • Azure VMs support Linux and add REST management API – Application development on Microsoft’s hybrid cloud

    This changed with the release of Azure Virtual Machines, which have been generally available since April 2013 and were in preview from June 2012. Azure VMs are durable and support Linux as well as Windows Server.

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