Linux server hardware News
August 18, 2015
IBM opens the doors of its proprietary mainframes, delivering two Linux-only boxes and significant code contributions to the open source world.
September 13, 2013
IBM and tech innovators such as Google have formed an open source server consortium around Power processors. Can they reinvigorate IBM Power?
June 14, 2013
Hardware, virtualization, public and private cloud are all converging and need to be managed as one environment. Enter Red Hat's Open Hybrid Cloud.
June 29, 2012
Though the ARM server market is still small, Red Hat's Fedora for ARM project sees a future in high-density data centers.
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The Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) is a specialty engine processor on IBM System z mainframe servers that is dedicated to Linux workloads. Operational efforts, software costs, energy use and hardware footprint are reduced when Linux is deployed... Continue Reading
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LinMin's open source server provisioning tool enables one data center to quickly provision Linux servers cost-effectively. Continue Reading
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Malware on a Linux server? It can happen, but with a few tools you can monitor for, prevent and fix rootkit attacks. Continue Reading
There are several common tools that can check disk seeks per second on a Linux server, but they may not give you all the information you require. Continue Reading
High scalability and extreme efficiency may allow the ARM server to compete with traditional server architectures. Continue Reading