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Cisco Acquires Cloud Management Company Cloupia For $125 Million

Cisco has announced it plans to acquire Cloupia for $125 million. The software company helps customers automate their data centers. Cisco sees Cloupia’s infrastructure management software enhancing its Unified Computing System (UCS) and Nexus switching portfolio.

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OASIS adopts AMQPv1: An Open Standard for Smart Grid and Cloud

For governments looking for cutting edge, open source messaging solutions, the recent action by the OASIS standards consortium to approve the Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP) Version 1.0 is a major development. The need for cutting edge, mission critical messaging options is arising in a variety of contexts.

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Service Level Management - A Conversation with Zenoss

Traditional systems, converged infrastructure and cloud computing are being brought together to support ever more complex workloads. Floyd Strimling of Zenoss discusses the company's newest release of software and why hybrid environments are becoming commonplace.

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Citrix Is Preparing Cloud, A Relaunch Of The Cloud.com Service It Bought In 2011 For $200M+

Cloud services are where the action is for enterprise IT companies right now and Citrix, which bought the open source, cloud-computing platform Cloud.com for upwards of $200 million in 2011 (getting a killer domain name in the process), wants to be at the vanguard of that trend. 

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CloudStack: Filling Two Niches Open Source Enterprise Cloud Management

If you look at the cloud computing sector, you might think, based on the hype, that enterprise-cloud management systems like OpenStack, OpenNebula or Eucalyptus may have things wrapped up. But to ignore CloudStack's entry in this horserace is to do so at your own peril, because this is a product that deserves a solid look by any IT organization ready to move into the cloud. 

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