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Recent April, 2016 Stories
A new study suggests that 2016 might be the year where a software-defined data center (SDDC) approach might become the norm for many enterprises.
Microsoft announced two free online resources that are designed to help IT pros advance their careers in cloud technologies, such as Microsoft Azure.
In strong words, Microsoft's Brad Smith further backed Apple and his company's position at RSA's annual security conference.
Improve your DevOps processes with this free tool from Sonatype for calculating developmental waste.
What is rugged DevOps? DevOps on treads? Not so fast.
Microsoft announced that its Azure Container Service preview is now available and lets IT pros deploy and manage containers with several open source tools.
Blair Kellerhals outlines Jumpcloud's Rajat Bhargava's DevOps predictions for 2016, which include a shift toward containers and much more.
Learn more about Rancher Labs and how they are bringing open source platforms to DevOps teams to help simplify the process for building a private container service.
Google made performance updates and improvements to its cloud-based container offerings for Docker, Google Container Engine and Google Container Registry.
At VMworld 2015 Europe, VMware announced changes to its cloud management platform to accelerate DevOps across public and private cloud environments.
To commemorate the launch of Windows 10, Senior Editor Blair Kellerhals is providing her list of the best Windows 10 features for better productivity and security.
Senior Editor Blair Greenwood interviews Microsoft's Ranga Rengarajan of Data Platform Services on the current state of big data in an IT pro world.
Microsoft announced a handful of announcements for its cloud data platform, which include Azure SQL Data Warehouse, SQL Server 2016, and Power BI.
The SQL Server 2016 Community Technology Preview (CTP2) is now available to download and provides a first look into Always Encrypted and Stretch Database capabilities.
The Office 2016 preview is now available in preparation for general availability in fall 2015 and includes a slew of new capabilities for better IT management.