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In Many Cloud Deployments, OpenStack will Play Nicely with Other Platforms

Here on OStatic, we've made the point many times that users no longer have to be pinned down using only one operating system or computing platform. That's true for cloud computing deployments too, where hybrid clouds and cloud deployments based on multiple platforms are on the rise. For OpenStack, one of the most talked about open cloud platforms, this trend bodes well.

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Oracle Eyes OpenStack API Integration, New Cloud Services

Oracle supports OpenStack as the interface to manage cloud infrastructure and launches a bevy of new services primarily aimed at HR and CRM.

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Hybrid Cloud: The 'Prius' of Computing Architectures

RedMonk's James Governor looks at the Prius as a metaphor for on-premises-to-cloud transformation.

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Announcing Apache CloudStack CloudMonkey 5.0.0!

The Apache CloudStack project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Apache CloudStack CloudMonkey 5.0.0 release. Apache CloudStack's CloudMonkey is a Python-based command line utility for interacting with Apache CloudStack IaaS clouds. 

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Here's How to Sharpen Your OpenStack Cloud Skills

Demand for workers with open source cloud computing skills has been steadily rising this year, and The OpenStack Foundation is reporting that demand for professionals with OpenStack cloud skills is really picking up pace. Earlier this week, I covered The OpenStack Foundation's announcement that it has launched a new Training Marketplace designed to make it easier to discover training courses offered by providers in the OpenStack community.  Since then, Rackspace has announced its first on-demand e-learning training course and a number of new classroom course focused on OpenStack. And, a very exhaustive new roundup of resources for OpenStack learning is now online. Aptira, hastexo, The Linux Foundation, Mirantis, Morphlabs, Piston, Rackspace, Red Hat, SUSE and SwiftStack are the first...

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