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ParElastic Rebrands as Tesora, Focused on Database Services for OpenStack

ParElastic, which had been focused on database virtualization and MySQL, has just rebranded as Tesora, and is going to focus on delivering a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) platform for the OpenStack cloud computing platform.  

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OpenDaylight OpenStack Integration with DevStack on Fedora 20

The following is a walk through of the OVSDB project within OpenDaylight for OpenStack integration. There are a couple of bugs so it is not for the fient of heart. It is intended for those looking to get their development environment up and running. We...

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Red Hat's Role in the Cloud, List of Partners Grows

It's surely a testament to Red Hat's prominence in the cloud arena that the makers of key enterprise technologies increasingly want to work with its cloud offerings, and on Tuesday, storage company Inktank provided a perfect example. Specifically, Inktank launched version 1.1 of Inktank Ceph Enterprise, an upgrade that's certified for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform.

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Amazon is Right About the Cloud…Mostly

Reflecting on a recent article, “Nine Questions for Andy Jassy, Head of Amazon Web Services,” where the cloud evangelist prepares to regale a Las Vegas re:Invent conference audience, my observation is that Amazon is right about the cloud…mostly.

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SaltStack: Getting Redundancy and Scalability with Multiple Master Servers

Today's article is an item I covered briefly during my presentation at SaltConf 2014 (which was a pretty awesome conference by the way). One of the lesser known features of SaltStack is the ability to configure multiple master servers. Having an additional master server allows for some extra redundancy as well as capacity for large implementations. 

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