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Companies to Up Cloud Spending: Tecala

In a Tecala survey of 136 CIOs and IT managers about IT priorities, nearly all of the respondents said that virtualisation and cloud computing are at the top of their list.

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Amazon's Compute Cloud has a Networking Hiccup

Connectivity problems on Amazon's EC2 cloud in its main datacentre region have caused problems for some customers.

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Cisco Delivers Its Own OpenStack Distribution

Not to be outdone by the many other vendors offering their own OpenStack cloud computing distributions, Cisco has released the Cisco Edition of OpenStack. This contains all the core OpenStack services for the Essex and Folsom releases, along with installation scripts and other open source components to make it easier to install and run in production. 

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Why The Future Of Software And Apps Is Serverless

Even with the rise of cloud computing, the world still revolves around servers. That won't last, though. Cloud apps are moving into a serverless world, and that will big implications for the creation and distribution of software and applications.  

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Dreamhost Builds New Public Cloud On OpenStack As Market Shows Signs Of Federation

Dreamhost has built a public cloud service called DreamCompute that is built on OpenStack, the open cloud infrastructure. The new infrastructure as a service (IaaS) shows how a federated, universal cloud shows market promise to give customers a greater choice from open and proprietary offerings. 

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