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Red Hat Looks to OpenShift Containers for the Future

For the quarter, revenue was reported at $456 million for a 15 percent year-over-year gain.

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Docker CTO Solomon Hykes to Devs: Have It Your Way

Docker has moved from an obscure Linux project to one of the most popular open source technologies in cloud computing. Project developers have witnessed millions of Docker Engine downloads. Hundreds of Docker groups have formed in 40 countries. Many more companies are announcing Docker integration. Even Microsoft will ship Windows...

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Why Docker, Containers and systemd Drive a Wedge Through the Concept of Linux Distributions

The New Stack: The announcement of Rocket by CoreOS was perceived by many to be a direct challenge to Docker, particularly as it came on the eve of DockerCon Europe and threatened to overshadow news coming out at the event. 

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Google Makes Cloud Dataflow SDK Open Source

Google has announced that it’s making the Cloud Dataflow SDK open source. 

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Nebula Builds on Cosmos for Enterprise OpenStack Deployments

Nebula, which bills itself as an enterprise private cloud company and is focused on OpenStack, is not exactly just another player in the OpenStack ecosystem. The company is funded by noted backers Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Comcast Ventures, but even more notably, the company was founded by Chris Kemp, who helped launch OpenStack back when he was NASA's CTO. 

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