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Apache Makes Stratos PaaS Cloud a Top-Level Project

Want a fully open source Platform-as-a-Service cloud framework? Apache's just made Stratos a top-level project.

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The Battle of the OpenStack Distros Begins (Bring Popcorn)

SUSE, Red Hat and Canonical, the “Big Three” of the Linux desktop (and server) world, have all chosen OpenStack as the base for their new “cloud distros.”

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Red Hat Teams with Telefonica, Expands Focus on OpenStack and Telecom

Earlier this month, when Red Hat was busy delivering a flurry of OpenStack-related announcements, news also came from the company that it is collaborating to drive Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and telecommunications technology into OpenStack. 

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HP Launches Helion Cloud Platform for Government

The solution builds off HP's larger efforts in the cloud, including the $1 billion being invested in R&D.

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Microsoft’s Most Clever Critic Is Now Building Its New Empire

Microsoft's decision to refashion Azure as a service where businesses could run practically any software, including Linux, was a direct response to discussions with longtime Microsoft customers.

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