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The Secret(s) to OpenStack's Overnight Success

OpenStack has been around since 2010, but it wasn't until 2012 that the open-source cloud computing project really took off. Since Rackspace established the OpenStack Foundation in September 2012, the project has exploded to over 1,000 code authors, and is now one of the world's largest open-source communities, arguably even bigger than the Linux community. Given how central open source has become to software development, generally, it's worth analyzing why OpenStack has taken off. 

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Run Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Free on the AWS Cloud

While it was announced fairly quietly, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) blog recenlty confirmed that the AWS Free Usage Tier, which lets users run applications and operating systems in the cloud, now includes 750 hours of Red Hat Enterprise Linux usage. According to Amazon: "We have supported RHEL on EC2 since November of 2007, and we launched the AWS Free Usage Tier in December of 2010. We are combining these two offerings and customers eligible for the free usage tier now have the option to run RHEL as part of the 750 hours of monthly Linux usage. You can use the AWS Marketplace...

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CentOS Makes Its Mark in the Cloud

With the worldwide public cloud market forecast to grow 18.5 percent in 2013 to $131 billion in total worldwide revenue, according to Gartner, companies are beginning to place their bets in the high stakes marketplace. I've been watching as Amazon Web Services works to hold off its challengers in the space. 

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TurnKey Linux Offers 64-bit Server Apps on Amazon Cloud

TurnKey Linux, the ready-to-run Linux cloud server app company, is now offering 64-bit server apps on Amazon Web Services.

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Red Hat Opens OpenShift PaaS Cloud for Business

After two years in beta, Red Hat's platform as a service cloud, OpenShift, is ready for business.

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