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Argonne Hosts Workshop on Resource Intensive Open Clouds

Over at the Internet2 Blog, Todd Sedmak writes that Argonne National Labs hosted a one-day workshop last week to surface unmet needs for Open Cloud research and identify current and near-term solutions. Through an open and thoughtful exchange, participants developed a shared understanding and vision of how open computing solutions can best...

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Enterprises are Adopting and Supporting OpenStack

Debate is continuing over whether the OpenStack cloud computing platform has more hype than deployments, but that's not stopping many large companies from adopting it. In one of the more interesting recent deployments, online and offline payments provider PayPal has moved several key components of its IT infrascture onto OpenStack, according to comments from PayPal senior engineer Scott Carlson at the VMworld conference in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Red Hat's newly announced certfication program for OpenStack, along with its long roster of Fortune 500 customers, could be more good news for the platform. ITNews covered Carlson's comments on PayPal's decision to go with OpenStack, where he noted...

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5 Things to Know About Salt Cloud Management

Salt Stack incorporated only a year ago, and its Salt project is now a rapidly growing open source systems and configuration management tool for the cloud. Whether or not you've heard of the Salt project, here are five things you may want to know about using it in the cloud and new features in its upcoming release.

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Red Hat Releases New OpenStack Cloud Certification

Red Hat has released a new professional certificate for OpenStack cloud professionals.

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Ubuntu Joins Windows and CentOS—But Not Red Hat—on VMware Public Cloud

Ubuntu Server will be one of the first operating systems offered to customers of VMware's infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud, with OS images that should be portable across clouds operated by VMware and rivals such as Amazon.

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