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One Engineer's Hands-on Experience with KVM at Collaboration Summit

In the last five years I have experienced a few professional transitions, changing employers from a Software Engineering role to System Administrator role, and from developing and/or testing software for “Legacy” operating systems and proprietary software to infrastructure services delivery using large scale UNIX and Linux customer environments. I have gone from only imagining what challenges Systems Administrators have in developing systems management software, to actually knowing them first hand.

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Enterprise Cloud Outlook: Inevitably Hybrid, Surprisingly Agile and (Eventually) Cheap

Cloud computing experts from Oracle, Verizon Terremark, NetApp and Cloudera offered up their mostly optimistic short- and long-term outlooks for the enterprise cloud during a panel at Interop Las Vegas.

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Storing Data in the Cloud with GlusterFS and OpenStack Swift

Udo Seidel is no stranger to dealing with enormous file stores. Udo is Section Manager for Linux Strategy and Server Automation at Amadeus Data Processing GmbH and will be giving a talk with Vijay Bellur at DevNation in San Francisco, California later this month on developing applications with GlusterFS and OpenStack Swift. read...

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Hypervisors are the Pillars of the Cloud, not the Achilles Heel

Bromium's Simon Crosby strongly advises us not to succumb to Cloudophobia.

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Red Hat and Google team to offer Red Hat Cloud Access for Google Compute Engine

Red Hat's collaboration with Google will enable Red Hat customers to move eligible RHEL subscriptions to Google Compute Engine using Red Hat Cloud Access, reinforcing its push for flexibility and choice in its open hybrid cloud.

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