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OpenLogic Provides Pre-built Open Source Stacks on Amazon AWS Marketplace

OpenLogic has released pre-built AMIs of your favorite open source stacks on the Amazon AWS Marketplace. These stacks provide several configurations of the most popular open source software, packaged into native formats, and pre-installed so end users can have their infrastructure up and running at the push of a button. 

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eNovance Offers OpenStack Buffett

OpenStack is an open source cloud services platform that has gathered quite a bit of attention and investment. eNovance believes that its "factory" approach to creating customized OpenStack platforms can make the creation and deployment of private, public and hybrid clouds easy.

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Dell's Business Model Shifts To The Cloud In Pact With Dropbox

In a move to make itself more relevant to companies hungry for drag-and-drop online storage, Dell announced new plans that will bring Dropbox to several of Dell’s products and services. 

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'Systems Performance': A Definitive Guide for the Cloud Enterprise

Systems Performance: Enterprise and the Cloud is a must-have reference guide for any IT manager or sysadmin whose job involves working with computer systems that are tethered to the cloud. Author Brendan Gregg is no newcomer to writing definitive books on computer networks and system performance, but his latest release...

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Dell and Red Hat's OpenStack Alliance To Open Many Enterprise Doors

In a major announcement from Dell Computer back in May, the company announced that its public cloud ecosystem and strategy would be centered on partners Joyent, ScaleMatrix and ZeroLag, and would emphasize its acquisition Enstratius. As covered here, the move was widely interpreted as a move away from commitment to the OpenStack cloud computing platform, which Dell had previously aligned itself behind. Dell's move also came on the heels of IBM stepping away from what had been a strong commitment to OpenStack. Now, though, Dell and Red Hat have announced that Dell will effectively become an OEM for Red Hat's Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, by selling systems starting early next year that run the platform. 

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