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Building an Inter-University Private Cloud with Open Source ownCloud

Raimund Vogl, director of IT at Münster University explains why the public universities in the German state of Northrhine-Westfalia need their own private cloud and why only open source would do.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5 Released

Just shy of one month since releasing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 (and one day past CentOS 7), Red Hat has announced today their latest major software launch: Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5...

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IBM's Bluemix PaaS Now Generally Available

IBM announced that Bluemix, its open cloud development platform that runs on SoftLayer, is now generally available.

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How Docker Used Open-Source Ideals and Excellent Timing to Become a Cloud Darling

GigaOm: Ben Golub isn’t surprised that his startup Docker’s take on container technology has caused this much of a buzz throughout the tech industry; it just happened a whole lot sooner than he thought.

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Ubuntu's Ties to OpenStack Bring it to IBM's Servers and Beyond

It's no secret that Ubuntu Linux already has a disproportionately large presence in the OpenStack arena. Within the OpenStack ecosystem, users go with Ubuntu 55 percent of the time as their host operating system, according to the OpenStack Foundation's survey, a surprising statistic that Matt Asay discussed in a recent post.

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