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Open Source: A Platform for Innovation

Citrix's Mark Hinkle writes on this week: The beauty of open source is that it’s a huge ecosystem of innovators who are no longer competing for scarce resources but rather sharing knowledge with others to create new resources and opportunities for others to benefit from these resources. 

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Mirantis CEO Says OpenStack Will Win

Amazon Web Services and its buddy Eucalyptus, Microsoft Windows Azure, Apache CloudStack and OpenStack are all racing to be the stack software organizations will use to build their Cloud-based workloads. Mirantis' CEO, Adrian Lonel, believes OpenStack has all of the earmarks of the winner. Do you agree?

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Learn About User Driven Cloud Computing at CloudStack Collaboration Conference EU

Perhaps the most interesting thing about open source once you get past the inherent freedoms (freedom to run for any purpose, study, modify and distribute) is the ability for users to participate in a meaningful way in developing the software that they use. To that end on Nov. 20-22 in Amsterdam, the Apache CloudStack community will be coming together at a user-organized event to share their experience and development plans for Apache CloudStack at the CloudStack Collaboration Conference EU 2013(CCCEU13).

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How to Avoid Cloud Vendor Lock-In

Vendor lock-in has been such a standard part of enterprise IT over the years that it often goes unnoticed and unquestioned. Recently, however, that lock-in mentality has followed enterprises to the clouds. One might not think that vendor lock-in would exist for those who use open source software or open...

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Pivotal Rolls Out Enterprise Distro of Cloud Foundry

Pivotal's move is to package up Cloud Foundry and its ecosystem in one distribution for use inside an enterprise.

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