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Xen 4.3 Is Running Heavy On New Features

Xen 4.3 is expected to be released in June of this year. While the developers working on this virtualization platform are only half-way through its development cycle, they already have an impressive number of features that are coming into this next open-source release...

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The Non-Babble Intro to Cloud Computing on Linux

This handy guide explains why cloud technologies are so revolutionary and useful, and the relationship between your Linux distribution and an OpenStack cloud.

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ownCloud Rides High on the Wings of FOSS

ownCloud is yet another open source business success story.

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Open Source Cloud Fuels Tremendous Innovation

Open source is fueling rapid innovation in cloud technologies, just as it has fueled rapid innovation in computing since its beginnings.

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Amazon Announces 2 New EC2 Instance Types: Cluster High Memory With 240GB RAM And High Storage With 48TB HDD Space

At Amazon’s re: Invent developer conference in Las Vegas today, the company’s chief technology officer Werner Vogels just announced that the company is launching two new large instance types for its EC2 cloud computing service. 

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