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Tesora Has Open Sourced Its OpenStack Cloud Database Software

As we've been covering recently, Icehouse, the next major release of the OpenStack cloud platform, is picking up steam. One notable thing about Icehouse is that it has introduced a new database-as-a-service feature, focused on building and managing relational databases, called Trove. Trove is starting to get a lot of notice, and Tesora is among the companies with a stake in Trove's success. 

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Using OpenStack for Scientific Research

As scientists and researchers develop new and better methods for collecting data, from new sensor technology to advancements in data mining techniques, the sheer volume of data to be analyzed grows accordingly. For big data, you need big clusters, and OpenStack has proven to be an important tool for many...

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The Open Cloud, Virtualization, and Their Impact on Applications

For many years, the predominant model for running software applications has been to run them locally, as countless users of Microsoft Office can attest. But many players have been steadily chipping away at that model. 

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HP Unveils Encryption Offerings for Data Centers, Cloud

New technology from HP's Atalla division is provides encryption for data centers and cloud deployments.

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IBM Ramps SoftLayer Infrastructure for Government

The SoftLayer data centers in Dallas and Ashburn will initially have capacity for 30,000 servers.

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