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Structure 2013: Amazon CTO Offers Forecast for Cloud Market

The "cloud father" also shares some lessons to be learned from the evidently winning strategy at Amazon Web Services.

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SiSense Announces Analytics on Rackspace Cloud

SiSense brings its single-server Prism BI/Big Data package to the Rackspace cloud, offering low-overhead analytics, on a subscription basis.

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Cumulus Networks Unveils a Linux Platform for Data Centers and Cloud Deployments

Cumulus Networks, which has been operating in stealth mode, emerged today to unveil Cumulus Linux, billed as "the first true, full-featured Linux operating system for datacenter networking." The platform is being billed as competitive with Cisco's platform offerings, and is also likely to compete with Red Hat as it moves more in the direction of cloud computing, and with cloud hosting providers. 

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Kogan Jumps On Board Rackspace Public Cloud

The electronics vendor has taken up the hosting provider's new public cloud offering in Australia through a hybrid cloud model.

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New Life for Enterprise Service Buses in the Cloud

ESBs are helping some enterprises integrate cloud-based applications and manage application programming interfaces.

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