Just last week, Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman said that her company would be “on the hunt” to acquire new companies, and now she has made good on that promise. HP plans to buy Aruba Networks in a $3 billion transaction that, factoring in cash and debt, works out to about $2.
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Amazon Web Services will reboot a portion of its server fleet over the next two weeks. The reboot is necessary due to a Xen vulnerability that will be disclosed in detail on March 10. An Amazon Web Services (AWS) security advisory said it will affect fewer than 10% of its servers.
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Orchestration has been a top priority for Docker, and the three Docker orchestration toolsets first announced in December are now available for download for the first time: Docker Machine, Swarm, and Compose.
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Bowing to customer pressure, enterprise software and services vendor Pivotal will release as open source the remainder of its software suite for analyzing data.
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Amazon Web Services announced availability of ‘AWS Config’ service in further AWS regions. “AWS Config is now available for customers and partners to use in US East (N.Virginia), US West (Oregon), EU (Ireland) and Asia Pacific (Sydney).
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Amazon Route 53 Introduces AWS CloudTrail Integration, Tagging, Health Check Status Column, and One-Click Alarms
You can now use AWS CloudTrail to record and log Route 53 API calls. Using CloudTrail, customers can get a history of their Route 53 API calls made via the AWS Management Console, AWS SDKs, command line tools, and higher-level AWS services (such as AWS CloudFormation).
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Box has launched a beta Enterprise Key Management (EKM) encryption service for security conscious customers.
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) makes heavy use of server virtualization technologies, but recently it introduced something very cool and new: AWS Lambda.
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The Docker project team wanted to start the new year out right with something awesome; that’s why we’re super excited to announce the first Docker release for 2015.
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It looks like the infrastructure to facilitate live kernel patching will be added to the Linux 3.20 kernel, the result of collaboration for SUSE’s kGraft and Red Hat’s Kpatch…
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