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How OpenStack Differs from Amazon and Must Rise to the Occasion

This is a condensed version of the blog post: A tale of two expanding clouds: Amazon and OpenStack. Read more there about the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong. Comments welcome. read more...

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What are Midmarket Companies Seeking When They Look to Cloud Services?

Midmarket companies often have neither the resource nor the staff to construct their own complete solutions and are increasingly seeking cloud computing solutions. An IBM sponsored Cloud Forum brought together journalists, analysts, developers and midmarket executives to discuss the future of cloud computing.

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A Sneak Peek at the Next Wave in Cloud Computing

The world of cloud computing is a complicated place. But Lucas Carlson boils it down to a simple analogy: Amazon is the Apple of cloud computing.

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A Brief Introduction to Linux Containers with LXC

Scott Lowe provides a brief introduction to working with Linux containers via LXC. Linux containers are getting a fair amount of attention these days (perhaps due to Docker, which leverages LXC on the back-end) as a lightweight alternative to full machine virtualization such as that provided by “traditional” hypervisors like KVM, Xen, or ESXi.

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If Amazon is the 'Apple' of Cloud, Where is the 'Android'?

An open-source alternative to Amazon Web Services is needed. At least one visionary has a plan.

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