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Apache CloudStack Arrives in New Version, Stays Popular

The Apache CloudStack project has released version 4.4.1, the new version of its private, public and hybrid cloud software.

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HP Launches Helion OpenStack Build/Services, to Take on AWS

HP has steadily been making a lot of noise about its commitment to cloud computing overall, and the OpenStack platform in particular. 

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RunAbove: A POWER8 Compute Cloud With Offerings Up To 176 Threads

RunAbove has launched the first major public cloud built around IBM's latest-generation Power 8 processors that when properly implemented can deliver up to 100 times the power of a classic x86 setup, according to the company. 

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Announcing Apache™ CloudStack™ v4.4.1

Apache CloudStack: The Apache CloudStack project announced the immediate availability of Apache CloudStack v4.4.1, the latest version of the turnkey Open Source cloud computing software platform used for creating private-, public-, and hybrid cloud environments. 

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With Launch of Germany Region, AWS Strives to Quell Privacy Concerns

The New Stack: Amazon Web Services this morning announced it has launched a new region, this time in Germany, and the company worked hard to assure European businesses that its services are totally secure, even from U.S. government snooping. 

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