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Joyent Partners with Canonical on Customized Ubuntu as a Cloud Service

Joyent, well-known on the cloud computing scene and a growing player in Big Data analytics, announced a partnership with Canonical today to provide customers with optimized and supported Ubuntu server images in the Joyent Cloud. 

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SUSE Cloud 3 Arrives for OpenStack IaaS Private Clouds

SUSE has announced theavailability of SUSE Cloud 3, the next version of its OpenStack distribution for building Infrastructure-as-a-Service private clouds. 

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Verizon Signs Up To Cloudbees PaaS, Has Anyone Told Pivotal?

One for the “It’s Complicated” Facebook relationship status. Verizon is today announcing that CloudBees Platform as a Service will be available on the Verizon cloud. 

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Red Hat Increases its Focus on OpenStack Partnerships

Red Hat originally made a name for itself as the only U.S.-based public company exclusively focused on open source, as it has proved that its Linux-focused strategy could be very profitable. But the company's future is increasingly being tied to cloud computing and OpenStack in particular. 

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How to Become a Cloud Computing Leader

Enterprise cloud efforts are begging for leadership. Time to step in and fill the void.

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