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OpenNebula 3.4 Reintroduces Clustering Concept to Cloud

The new version of the cloud toolkit also adds support for multiple storage backends, makes the web front end more navigable and add VNC support to the self service portal...

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HP Takes Aim at Amazon with Public Cloud, Virtual Network Components

Hewlett-Packard announced a series of open-source-based cloud offerings and added network automation capabilities to its hardware products in an attempt to carve out its piece of a market currently topped by Amazon Web Services.

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Why Multiple Open Source Platforms Will Succeed in the Cloud

The cloud computing cognoscenti seem to remain convinced that Citrix's CloudStack and OpenStack are gearing up for a battle that will leave one and only one winner. Meanwhile, there seems to be little discussion going on at all surrounding other cloud computing platforms, such as Eucalyptus. There are some good reasons to believe that--just as Windows, Mac and Linux users all rely on separate operating systems--multiple cloud infrastructure bets will pay off.

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Who Wrote OpenStack Essex? A Deep Dive Into Contributions

It's always interesting to see who really contributes to open source projects. That's doubly true when it comes to projects that are corporate-driven, because they provide a lot of insight into which companies are driving a project and have a stake in supporting it. Looking at the numbers for OpenStack's Essex release, it's clear that only a small subset of companies involved in OpenStack are driving development.

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In an Exploding Web Market, Nginx Gaining Against Apache

Any way you look at it, this month's Netcraft Web Server Survey has some astounding numbers. The competition between Web servers is always interesting, but more so is the fact that the number of sites surveyed since April 2011 has more than doubled.

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