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US Intelligence Agency: Linux Help Wanted

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is compiling information on the capabilities of vendors who can assist it with its Linux-based information system. NGA has asked vendors to provide a description of their capabilities by Feb. 11. In a quick-response "Sources Sought" notice issued Jan. 28, NGA said it was "researching the...

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New OpenStack Bexar Pairs Cloud, Storage Tools

Latest release from open source cloud player OpenStack includes support for new Glance technology combining storage and cloud-computing features, along with support from Cisco, Ubuntu.

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Google Adds Browser-Based Code Editor to Project Hosting

This week Google added a CodeMirror-powered code editor to Google Project Hosting. This enables developers to make quick changes to Google projects from within the browser without having to deal with Mercurial or Subversion.

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OpenStack's 'Bexar' Adds IPv6 to Cloud Platform

The IPv6 support is a dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) implementation for the cloud compute component of OpenStack.

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How 3 Companies Are Using Node.js

Node.js is still all the rage on the Web. But how is it actually being put to use? It's still in its early stages of development, so in many ways its dangerous for production use. None the less, a few companies are already using it. Kevin McCarthy talked to three...

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