Top Compute Engines stories from 2022 to date

In the first half of 2022, the compute engine industry saw headlines about Broadcom and VMware, Microsoft, Docker and other technology leaders. In addition to following the latest news, ITPro today readers sought technical information about Windows Server 2022, PowerShell, open source software security, and more.

Here’s a rundown of the top compute engine stories from 2022 so far.

China has ordered the eradication of foreign brand PCs by its central agencies and state-backed companies. The move was part of the country’s long-term campaign to reduce reliance on geopolitical rivals.

Boost your Windows Server 2022 expertise by reading this detailed explanation. Each article in the collection explores different Windows Server features.

PowerShell continues to be a popular tool among IT administrators. If you’re new to Microsoft’s automated task system, this article can help jump-start your education.

Read further: Top 10 PowerShell Tips of 2022 (So Far)

Broadcom announced in May that it would buy virtualization pioneer VMware. Will the acquisition help Broadcom gain a stronger foothold in the enterprise software market?

At this year’s Microsoft Build conference, the company unveiled a series of updates and new products and services. Here’s an overview of those announcements.

Microsoftscreenshot of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at Microsoft Build 2022

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks at the Build conference

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Open source software communities may be less diverse and inclusive than other areas of technology. Find out what the data says about underrepresented groups’ participation in open source projects.

The explosive adoption of open source code has exposed organizations to new security risks. Read how the Open Source Security Foundation wants to strengthen security.

Read further: Open source security gets $30 million boost from industry heavy hitters

At this year’s DockerCon, Docker CEO Scott Johnston and famed development leader Kelsey Hightower explored the issue of “tech first” decisions. Communities drive technology much more than technologies build communities, they said.

DockerCon 2022Kelsey Hightower and Scott Johnston discuss the industry at DockerCon 2022

Kelsey Hightower and Scott Johnston discuss the industry at DockerCon 2022

AlmaLinux’s early release of its Build System software gives users insight into the software’s code, system, and build logs. The full release, scheduled for July, will allow users to create their own packages.

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Windows utilities may occasionally display different information about the drives installed on your computer. Tech expert Brien Posey explains why.

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