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Open Source Private Cloud Storage With OpenStack Swift

Everyone has data. It's always growing, and you should have ownership of everything that touches your data. You need to have the ability to see and make changes to the code managing your storage system. Having ownership of your data gives you control of your own destiny. All this started...

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Red Hat's OpenShift Online Expands the Company's Cloud Horizons

In June, Red Hat has steadily taken its next significant steps in the cloud computing arena, as it expanded the focus of its OpenShift open source Platform-as-a-Service hybrid cloud computing offering, launching a new cloud-hosted commercial edition called OpenShift Online. OpenShift Online is Red Hat's public cloud application development and hosting platform for automating the provisioning, management and scaling of applications. 

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Upcoming ownCloud Enterprise 5 Improves Authentication speed

Version 5 of the Enterprise Edition of the open source collaboration and file sharing software ownCloud will see its release next month. A release candidate is now available for testing...

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Apache Gets a PaaS

With the contribution of WSO2's Stratos Platform as a Service software to the Apache Software Foundation, the WSO2 hopes to signal that the PaaS is open for contributions from the wider community...

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Cumulus Networks is Linux in Name Only

Cumulus Networks recently unveiled their flagship product, Cumulus Linux, as Sam reported yesterday, but don't let the name fool you. Although Cumulus Linux is based on Debian, it is not open source. It is an operating system optimized for a short list of networking devices. Cumulus Linux has an impressive list of capabilities designed for a modern data center, but using the Linux name when they are not giving back to the community is a missed opportunity. 

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