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ScyllaDB, a drop-in replacement for Cassandra written by the designers of the KVM hypervisor, provides a tenfold performance increase by using C++ and GCC 5.1.
Two VMware engineers attempted to virtualize 100% of the workloads in an enterprise data center. This is a recap of the lessons they learned.
Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 includes Docker and containers support. Get details about containers' capabilities and the two varieties of containers in TP3.
Should you upgrade to what Microsoft has called the last version of Windows?
A familiarity with cloud computing terminology will help you follow the industry's developments. This glossary offers a rundown of more than 40 cloud terms.
The first annual OpenPOWER Foundation summit showcases new hardware and cloud services that utilize IBM's freely licensable processor technology, which adds developer-friendly chan...
Facebook's ground-up data-center redesign is saving the company billions of dollars and energy. Read about Facebook's announcements at the 2015 Open Compute Project Foundation summ...
Random access memory is an essential resource required by the computational hardware. As the processor speed has attained GHz clock frequency, memory throughput can be a bottleneck...
Cloudera's CEO and Intel's GM of datacenter software explain what Intel's $740m investment in Cloudera means for the future of the big-data analytics platform.
As SSDs get cheaper and new solutions proliferate, admins are looking for ways to leverage the technology to improve storage performance. Here are some factors to consider.