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AT&T Joins 'Linux for Cloud', Boosts HTML5 Apps

AT&T – one of America's largest internet, phone and TV service providers – is throwing up an open-source cloud running OpenStack to court application developers.…...

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IBM Buys Cloud-Based Software Testing Platform Green Hat

In its first acquisition of 2012, IBM has announced the purchase of cloud-based software testing platform Green Hat. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 1996, Green Hat allows developers to test software applications prior to delivery in the cloud. Developers can test TIBCO, webMethods, IBM WebSphere MQ, SOA, BPM, SOAP, REST and Cloud applications with the company’s platform as well as Virtualize unavailable...

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Big Data Predictions for 2012

At the end of 2010, I asked some of my friends and Linux Pro Magazine readers to make predictions for 2011. Now as we look back on the year, we get to decide whether our predictions were on target.

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OwnCloud Emerges As Open Source Competitor to Dropbox, Box.net

If you've used popular cloud-based services for storing and sharing files, such as Dropbox and Box.net, you're probably familiar with how convenient they are, and how much they provide for free.

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Grails 2.0 with More Cloud Support and NoSQL Connectivity

The Grails development team has released version 2.0 of the Grails web framework. After nearly a year of development, the second major release sees major changes in the areas of user experience, cloud, IDE and NoSQL support...

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