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OpenStack Developers Move From Rackspace to Nebula

According to a report, seven OpenStack developers have left Rackspace to move to Nebula, a much smaller company which develops the OpenStack-based OpenNebula cloud platform...

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How Google Compute Engine Hopes to Sidestep AWS Failures

Google is calling on some of its most sensitive technologies in an attempt to give its cloud greater redundancy and reliability than Amazon Web Services's cloud, though it plans to keep them proprietary...

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Rackspace: OpenStack Could Be the Linux of the Cloud

OpenStack has the potential to become to the cloud what the LAMP stack is to servers, Rackspace's chief has said, while blasting VMware and Amazon for not participating in the scheme...

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Dell Expands OpenStack Cloud Efforts, and Other Open Source Programs

This week PC giant Dell Computer has served up a series of announcements that the company claims show how committed it is to open source. First, the company has pledged through its "Project Sputnik" effort, to deliver an Ubuntu-based laptop that will focus on developers. And, the company has announced enhancements to its OpenStack-driven cloud computing solutions. Dell’s OpenStack-based cloud platform is now available with additional server, networking and services options, and in additional regions including the U.K., Germany and China. Along with OpenStack Essex, customers can...

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Counting the Cost of Cloud

IT costs were always a worry, but only an occasional one. Cloud computing has changed that.

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