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Cloudscaling, Focused on OpenStack, Gets $10 Million in Funding

San Francisco-based company Cloudscaling is the latest small company focused on the open source OpenStack cloud computing platform to score some meaningful venture capital. The company has raised $10 million in Series B funding from partners including Trinity Ventures, Juniper Networks and Seagate. That's some pretty solid backing, and Cloudscaling--which provides infrastructure-as-a-service support--is just the latest Northern California company to get solid funding. Cloudscaling was founded in 2006 and is one of a handful of small companies competing with Amazon Web Services and Rackspace to be “the leader in elastic cloud infrastructure.” Its platform is the Open Cloud System, an OpenStack-centric software framework. According to the company's documentation for Open Cloud System: "Open Cloud System 2.5 is a complete Infrastructure as a Service...

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LogMeIn Tests Cloud Apps Management Tool

AppGuru, available in a preview edition, offers a centralized dashboard for provisioning and configuring cloud services across organizations.

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Dell Changes Up OpenStack Cloud Plans

In a major announcement from Dell yesterday, the company announced that its public cloud ecosystem and strategy will be centered on partners Joyent, ScaleMatrix and ZeroLag, and will emphasize recent acquisition Enstratius. The announcement represents one of the biggest snubs to the open source OpenStack platorm yet, as Dell had previously announced that its whole cloud strategy would be built around OpenStack. 

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Neo Technology's Emil Eifrem: 'Cloud Is the New Open Source'

Graphs are everywhere. You find them on websites adding social capabilities. Telecommunications companies use graphs to personalize customer services. Innovative bioinformatics researchers, and other organizations are adopting graph databases to model and query connected data. Neo Technology has pioneered graph databases since 2000 and has been instrumental in bringing the...

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Does a 'Fiscal Cliff' Await Software Vendors Switching to Cloud?

No one in the industry is talking about any fears they may be having about the cloud -- at least not out loud.

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