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Red Hat Delivers More Tools, Services for Enterprise OpenStack

Red Hat has a sterling reputation for advancing and supporting Linux in the enterprise, but the company is structuring much of its future growth around cloud computing, and OpenStack in particular. The company  has recently announced the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform,  an Infrastructure-as-a-Service certification program for OpenStack, a deepening partnership with Canonical and Ubuntu surrounding the new Havana release of OpenStack, and more.  

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Why I Love OwnCloud: Answer to Dropbox Lock-in

I recently covered the release of Dropbox platform and my thoughts on the impending cloud storage lock-in. I was also fortunate enough to run across what the guys over at NimbusBase are doing over the weekend. They seem to be the answer to the open API for mobile and web...

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Ubuntu Starts Promising New Interoperability Lab for OpenStack

In mid October, Ubuntu 13.10 arrived, featuring close integration with Havana, the latest release of the OpenStack cloud computing platform. Ubuntu development is also now being kept in lockstep with OpenStack's development cycles, as Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, steadily embraces the emerging cloud toolset. Now, taking a further step, Canonical has announced the opening of the Ubuntu OpenStack Interoperability Lab (OIL), which features some heavy-hitting tech partners including Cisco, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Inktank/Ceph, Intel, Juniper and VMware. 

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Open Source Engine Docker Teams Up with the Fedora Project

Docker (previously dotCloud) made a big splash this year when they open-sourced their software for creating "lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers" that powers their Platform-As-A-Service offering. Developers are excited because Docker offers an easier to use alternative to Chef and Puppet for managing server environments. Instead of wrangling with configuration files, Docker...

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AWS Launches GPU Instances, Mobile App Developer Tools

Amazon Web Services and Nvidia are launching cloud services designed to move GPUs beyond high performance computing to SaaS companies.

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