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Pivotal Boosts Cloud Foundry PaaS with Help from Pivotal OpenStack

 Piston Cloud, focused on the OpenStack cloud computing platform, has announced that it will donate hardware and developer resources to the Cloud Foundry community, as the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) company joins itself more closely with VMware-spinoff Pivotal. Also, Joshua McKenty, CTO and co-founder of Piston, will join the Cloud Foundry Advisory Board. This partnership between Piston Cloud and Pivotal could have a big impact on the IaaS, PaaS and OpenStack cloud scene. 

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Linux Hackers Rebuild Internet From Silicon Valley Garage

Alex Polvi and his colleagues are fashioning a new computer operating system known as CoreOS. This isn’t an OS for running desktop PCs or laptops or tablets. It’s meant to run the hundreds of thousands of servers that underpin the modern internet.

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Morphlabs Gets $10 Million to Expand its OpenStack Push in Asia

Morphlabs, which has focused on enabling Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) functions through public and private OpenStack cloud deployments, has announced a new new $10 million Series D investment that will help it expand its OpenStack efforts in Asia. 

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Adaptive Computing Joins OpenStack Community

Adaptive Computing today announced that it has joined the OpenStack Foundation to bring its vast expertise in policy-based optimization to the OpenStack community. The company’s Moab OpenStack-based solution provides flexible policy-based optimization that enables enterprises to use their existing management tools to automate service performance and cost optimization for OpenStack-based environments. With over a decade of expertise in policy-based optimization and our experience supporting the...

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Do Cloud Right: Four Critical Steps to Selecting the Provider for You

When Edward Snowden leaked intelligence files, a storm was triggered in the cloud, leaving a path of destruction. Snowden’s email provider Lavabit shut down. So has the email offering of Silent Circle. The Guardian ran a story declaring: Lavabit’s closure marks the death of secure cloud computing in the U.S.

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