Topic: management software
In order better support software and hardware environments, the IBM-developed OpenPOWER Foundation is now a hosted project at The Linux Foundation.
In the age of the cloud, containers and Kubernetes, developers are increasingly becoming the key decision makers for enterprises.
Following on the heels of VMware confirming that it wanted to acquire all of Pivotal's stock, Pivotel's shares were up 66% in mid-morning trading.
Now that IBM has closed its deal to buy Red Hat, analyst Lee Doyle takes a look at the ramifications for service providers.
IBM announced today that it has closed its $34 billion deal to buy Red Hat, which means the proverbial heavy lifting has officially begun.
On Wednesday, Cisco announced two critical security warnings in regard to issues with its SD-WAN software and DNA Center software.
Huawei is going on the offensive by demanding more than $1 billion in patent licensing fees from Verizon even though Verizon isn't a customer.
Cisco has updated its DevNet certification program to bring software developers and IT professionals under one roof.
BT is working with Juniper Networks and other vendors to build out its converged network.
The bloom between Apstra and Cisco—both of whom offer intent-based networking solutions—has definitely withered.