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Red Hat: Let OpenShift Cloud Compile Your Java Apps

Red Hat doesn't just want to run your apps on its OpenShift cloud. It wants you to code, compile, tweak, and repeat the process on its cloud until you get the applications just right and get rid of that workstation...

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Deploy a Private PaaS to Get the Best for Your Enterprise Cloud

IT management and developers always face tension around choice. Managers worry that too much choice can decrease collaboration between teams, increase the code maintenance burden, and reduce interoperability between applications and the platforms they are deployed on.

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OpenStack, Cloud Builders And The Future Of The Cloud

Earlier this week I wrote about a new service from Rackspace Cloud Builders division called Rackspace Cloud: Private Edition. It is a cloud management as a service (CM-aaS) offering that allows anyone to set up a private cloud on their own premises, in a Rackspace data center or even another...

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On the Jobs Front, Open Source Skills Remain in Demand

Are you in the market for a job, or extra work on the side? While the job market is improving, it's still a tough environment out there, especially for college graduates who have little experience on their resumes. We've noted before, though, that open source skills are increasingly in demand in the job market and can be a great differentiator for job seekers.

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Is Rackspace Ready to Support Private Clouds?

If customers won't come to Rackspace, then Rackspace will simply have to go to the customers. Rackspace announced today that it's going to be offering a "private edition" of OpenStack to companies looking to manage a private cloud.

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