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Rackspace Launches OpenStack Portfolio

The company's OpenStack era launches with a portfolio of cloud services. Current customers can migrate over time.

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Cloud Computing: 10 Ways it Will Change by 2020

What are the issues, challenges and technologies that will frustrate and inspire those working on the cloud in 2020?

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Make Way for the Software-Defined Data Center

The messaging in VMware's announcement of its planned acquisition of Nicira offers insight into both the company's view of the deal and the current state of cloud computing. In essence, without virtualization, cloud computing is an amorphous pipe dream. However, virtualization alone -- or of one type or in just...

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Ubuntu, RHEL, SUSE, Amazon Linux On The Amazon EC2 Cloud

After providing benchmarks last week of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on different Amazon EC2 instance types, up today are more benchmarks from the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud. Rather than just tossing out a lot of Amazon EC2 numbers of the different instance types to judge their performance, this article offers benchmarks...

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CIOs Increasingly Bullish on the Cloud, Survey Finds

It's easy enough to find rosy predictions for the cloud from the vendors of related products and services, but when CIOs speak out in favor of the technology, it's hard not to sit up and take notice. Such, in fact, is just what came out of a recent survey of IT executives from Host Analytics and Dimensional Research.

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