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Does Docker Need an Open Source Foundation? [VIDEO]

Docker founder Solomon Hykes explains his views on whether a third party foundation is needed for the open source container virtualization effort.

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Cisco, Red Hat Broaden Partnership, Eye Integrated OpenStack Systems

Cisco and Red Hat are expanding their partnership to focus on OpenStack integrated infrastructure.

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Mirantis Says it Rules the Roost Facilitating OpenStack for Telcos

OpenStack has been on a tear recently, and is unquestionably the cloud computing platform that grabs the most headlines. However, not everyone realizes that there is heated competition on the OpenStack scene to win over telecommunications companies. 

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Canonical is Testing a Big New OpenStack Cloud Play: BootStack

Canonical has a new spin on its OpenStack plans. The company is rolling out BootStack, which is a managed service offering currently in private beta testing. 

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Bringing New Security Features to Docker

In the first of this series on Docker security, I wrote "containers do not contain." In this second article, I'll cover why and what we're doing about it. read more...

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