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Canonical to Focus on Private OpenStack Clouds, with Support

This week was filled with soundbytes and announcements from OpenStack Summit in Atlanta, but there wasn't a whole lot of coverage of Canonical's announcements regarding OpenStack on Linux, OpenStack training, compatibility testing and more. Mark Shuttleworth gave a keyote speech at the summit and noted that Canonical is adding private cloud hosting to its business model. 

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Key Insights from the OpenStack User Survey

The best software prioritizes the needs of its users. Listening to the user and more closely involving them in all aspects of design, development, and documentation has been a key focus of this year's OpenStack Summit, which is wrapping up here in Atlanta today. The user is an important aspect...

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Red Hat Denies OpenStack Favoritism Claims

Red Hat said it provides commercial support for its Linux distribution regardless of which version of OpenStack its customers are using, rejecting a report to the contrary from earlier Wednesday.

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Canonical Offers 'Chuck Norris Grade' OpenStack Private Cloud Service

Canonical, best known as the company behind Ubuntu Linux, is entering the private cloud hosting business with an OpenStack-based option for your data center or hosting provider.

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Red Hat Has Open Sourced ManageIQ Cloud Orchestration Platform

This week's OpenStack Summit conference is proving to be a showcase for many announcements of tools that can enhance and extend cloud computing deployments. Mirantis has delivered an online database and aggregation site for vendors and applications in the OpenStack ecosystem. And now, Red Hat has announced that it is open sourcing ManageIQ, a cloud management program that has been built into Red Hat's CloudForms platform. 

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