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Rackpace's Open Cloud Academy Offers OpenStack Certification

For months now, data from recruitment organizations has shown that skills with the OpenStack cloud computing platform commands power in the job market. Rackspace Hosting, which has been focused on OpenStack-based cloud computing, has announced a number of training initiatives. 

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Apache CloudStack Weekly News - 18 March 2013

Big news this week: Apache CloudStack has passed major milestones towards graduation, major progress on bugs against 4.1.0, discussions about integrating the Palo Alto firewall with CloudStack, and getting Eclipse and Maven to play nice for developers. 

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Netflix to Give $100,000 in Prizes to Developers Who Best Improve the Cloud

Netflix is handing out prizes again. The web's top video rental service will award a total of $100,000 in prize money to the developers who do the best job of improving cloud-computing features as part of a contest the company is calling the Netflix Cloud Prize, Netflix said today in...

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VMware Takes the Cover Off Its Public Cloud

Forrester's James Staten offers insight into VMware's newly announced public cloud offering and what it means for the channel, infrastructure and operations pros, and the corporate data center.

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MIT Researchers' Open Source Tool Can Optimize Databases in the Cloud

In a steady fashion, almost all users of digital technology and devices are using open source, simply because so many open source software components help drive proprietary applications and platforms. The proliferation of open source components is starting to have a very positive effect on the cloud computing scene. As just one example, Netflix--which has a very robust cloud-based proprietary platform--has released Chaos Monkey and a number of other meaningful open source components that can make cloud deployments stronger. Now, news comes from MIT that researchers are open sourcing software components for cloud-based database-driven applications that could reduce hardware requirements by 95 percent while  improving performance.  

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