PaaS made headlines last week, but it's still difficult to gauge the true level of interest in Platform as a Service in the enterprise world.
IBM's SoftLayer buy is getting mixed reviews from IT pros, but everyone agrees that it's an example of the consolidation phase of the cloud bubble.
A cloud migration seems daunting but the effort is worthwhile; U.S. defense agencies say their cloud move led to better military intelligence.
Testing on an accurate staging environment is essential to the QA team's ability to accurately determine how applications will perform in production.
Building and keeping a testing environment is the very first challenge that a software QA team faces, but many don't even realize it.
Software testers must learn what to avoid as they move into cloud database testing, where complex databases meet off-premises infrastructure.
Highlights from Red Hat Summit 2013 told in 140 characters or less via Twitter.
Database and mainframe modernization can seem overwhelming. Red Hat service delivery manager Emily Brand shares her simple action plan for success.
Intelligent integrated enterprises can help businesses better serve customers and meet sales objectives.
At CamelOne 2013, software engineers from Lockheed Martin explain how they use Camel with C++ for a flight scheduling app.
The Red Hat transition is to move their successful model to IaaS through OpenStack and cloud computing. But will this new move from the JBoss company work as well as RHEL did a decade ago?
While a major protectorate of intellectual property, Red Hat Linux and OpenStack IaaS offerings provide the bonus of driving innovation, which leads to more chips being purchased, driving revenue at Intel's bottom line.