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Hybrid, Private Clouds on the Agenda at Open Source Business Conference

The Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) is just getting underway in San Francisco, and it should come as no surprise that open source cloud computing is one of the main points of focus at the conference. Later today, a panel will convene on hybrid clouds, where a number of movers and shakers will discuss how companies are requiring public and private cloud deployments, and how open source cloud platforms serve these requirements.

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Apache CloudStack 2013 Collaboration Conference Call for Proposals

We’re pleased to announce that the Call for Proposals (CfP) for the second CloudStack Collaboration Conference is now open! The conference is being held in Santa Clara, CA from Sunday June 23 through Tuesday June 25. The Collaboration Conference will feature tracks for users, developers, and integrators of Apache CloudStack. 

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Ubuntu Server 13.04 Advances with OpenStack

You may have seen the official announcements of Ubuntu 13.04 this week, or our coverage of it, but the analysis of this new version of the popular Linux distribution just keeps on coming. One of the most important things of all to realize is that the Ubuntu Server 13.04 release that became available this week includes capabilities based on the "Grizzly" release of the populuar OpenStack cloud computing platform, and deepens Ubuntu's relationship with OpenStack.  The Grizzly release of OpenStack includes a lot of new functionality designed to make tasks such as image management, object...

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OpenStack Summit Highlights Amazing Open Source Outcomes

Last week, I attended my first OpenStack Summit as part of a team from Red Hat helping to launch a new community distribution of the popular open source infrastructure as a service (IaaS) project. read more...

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Amazon: "Infrastructure Is Not A Differentiator (Except For Us)"

The infrastructure rich keep getting richer, and that's just fine, according to Amazon CTO Werner Vogel. As he declared at AWS Summit NYC last week, "infrastructure... is not a differentiator" for the enterprises and startups that keep buying servers to fill their own data centers. 

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