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Rackspace Joined Amazon in Patching, Rebooting Cloud Servers

About a quarter of Rackspace's 200,000-plus customers were impacted when the cloud provider had to patch a flaw in the Xen hypervisor.

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Security Bug in Xen May Have Exposed Amazon, Other Cloud Services

The Xen Project has published a security advisory that could affect millions of virtualized servers running in Amazon’s cloud and other public hosting services. 

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Piston’s McKenty to Leave Company He Founded for Pivotal

The New Stack: Josh McKenty, founder of Piston and an early architect of what became OpenStack, announced today that he’s leaving the company he started to take on a new role at Pivotal.

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eBay, PayPal Breakup an OpenStack Private Cloud Split Too

eBay and PayPal are both on the OpenStack bandwagon. The PayPal spin-off will highlight how easy or difficult it will be to break up an OpenStack private cloud.

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VMware's Role in OpenStack: A Second Look

I had believed that VMware took part in the OpenStack community because it was dragged there by its customers. Boy, I was wrong. VMware's Dan Wendlandt helps set me straight.

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