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TurnKey Linux Offers 64-bit Server Apps on Amazon Cloud

TurnKey Linux, the ready-to-run Linux cloud server app company, is now offering 64-bit server apps on Amazon Web Services.

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Red Hat Opens OpenShift PaaS Cloud for Business

After two years in beta, Red Hat's platform as a service cloud, OpenShift, is ready for business.

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Cloud Integrator App Migration Testing Tool

Cloud Technology Partners, which handles enterprise application migrations, has launched a private beta of a SaaS tool aimed at speeding the process of checking source code.

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Mirantis Releases Fuel for OpenStack 3.0

The latest version of Fuel for OpenStack adds CentOS-6.4-based deployment, Grizzly support, standalone Cinder support and more. The company also got a $10 million round of investment from Red Hat, Ericsson and SAP Ventures...

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Do High-Profile OpenStack Departures Spell Trouble?

In a major announcement from Dell Computer last month, the company announced that its public cloud ecosystem and strategy will be centered on partners Joyent, ScaleMatrix and ZeroLag, and will emphasize recent acquisition Enstratius. That represented a very major reversal of its plans to deliver public cloud services based on the open source OpenStack cloud platform. Meanwhile, IBM--which has been firmly in the OpenStack camp--is spending billions to buy SoftLayer for its cloud computing infrastructure tools and services. All of this is what I was getting at in my recent post, "In Five Years, Expect Far Fewer OpenStack Service Providers."  OpenStack has had much more hype than it has had deployments so far, despite its massive promise. The IBM news regarding SoftLayer took many observers by surprise. SoftLayer is perfectly positioned to help IBM provide Amazon-like public cloud...

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