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The Cloud for Clouds: IBM and The Weather Company Work on Big Data Weather Forecasts

BIg data and Internet of Things to improve weather forecasting.

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7 Unikernel Projects to Take On Docker in 2015

In part one of this three-part series, Xen Project Advisory Board Chairman Lars Kurth takes a closer look at the rise of unikernels and several up-and-coming projects to keep close tabs on in the coming months.

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Last Night, GitHub was Hit With Massive Denial-of-Service Attack from China

Last night, GitHub was hit with a massive denial of service attack, directed by the Chinese internet giant Baidu. Some time Wednesday, Baidu scripts throughout the web began directing traffic to two specific GitHub pages: one run by GreatFire, and another mirroring Chinese translations of The New York Times. The result...

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Red Hat's Bet on OpenStack, OpenShift Shows Progress

Yesterday, I reported on Red Hat delivering its fourth quarter and year-end financial results, which were strong. There were some interesting forces driving the numbers, though. In particular, Red Hat is now a couple of years into a strategic shift toward facilitating OpenStack cloud computing for enterprises, and CEO Jim Whitehurst pointed to that fork in the road as beginning to pay off. 

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Red Hat Beats Fourth Quarter Estimates, is on a Cloud Roll

Red Hat delivered its fourth quarter and year-end financial results after the bell on Wednesday, and the news gets ever rosier. 

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