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Want less IBM with that? IBM Cloud and Blockchains get cosy with rivals

IBM will embrace customers' multi-node clouds and blockchains with changes to its virtual cloud stack in early 2019. The systems giant is introducing changes that’ll ease installation and simplify management...
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Two Linux Foundation Hyperledger Blockchain projects nearing 1.0

Hyperledger – the Linux Foundation’s blockchain-for-business project – should enter 2019 with the completion of two major framework projects. However, its Compose development tools and framework has been delayed, after...
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Ubuntu burrows deeper into Kubernetes clouds

Canonical is taking steps to cement the presence of its Ububtu Linux in the cloud through the appeal of containers and Kubernetes. The company has expanded its partnership with Supermicro...
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Microsoft adopts Chromium for “modern” Edge browser

Microsoft has rebooted its three-year-old browser Edge, released to win web devs’ love by ditching the lock in and negative associations of its flagship Internet Explorer. The company will build...

Microsoft serves first taste of Visual Studio 2019

Microsoft has previewed Visual Studio 2019 and .NET Core 3.0 with a raft of changes and announced the open-sourcing of its Desktop Frameworks. Along with the usual drive to speed...
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Microsoft throws open ONNX Runtime – now roll up your sleeves

Microsoft has open sourced the Open Neural Network Exchange Runtime, the inference engine for Machine Learning models in the ONNX format developed with AWS and Facebook. Now residing on GitHub...
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HPE Composable Cloud systems get Plexxie with it

HPE has wrapped its ProLiant DL Rack and Synergy systems in cloud fabric to streamline deployment and automate management of hybrid and converged infrastructures. The server giant Tuesday announced its...
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AWS bakes own ARM-as-a-service

ARM has an enduring presence. Surviving the early years more by love than planning, its processor architectures rose to dominate embedded and smart phones – 95 per cent of...