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oVirt 3.1 "Narrows Gap" With Proprietary Virtualization

With new capabilities such as capturing and cloning live snapshots and added hotplug capabilties, the new release of the open source oVirt virtualization management platform gets that much closer to its proprietary competitors...

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Features Coming Up For Xen 4.2 Virtualization

Xen 4.2 will be released in the near future for this one of the leading virtualization platforms available for Linux. Xen 4.2 is packing in a number of new features...

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Red Hat Finally Commits to OpenStack for the Cloud

Red Hat, the Linux giant, has at long last decided to throw its full support behind OpenStack.

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Red Hat Offers Up OpenStack Preview, Supported Version Planned for '13

Red Hat today made available a preview version of its much anticipated OpenStack cloud distribution based on Enterprise Linux 6 and announced that a fully supported OpenStack distribution will ship in 2013.

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Go Daddy Angles to Become Bigger Cloud Apps Provider

Before its CEO resigned in July, Go Daddy snapped up small business accounting software company Outright. Is this its next step to becoming a broader cloud provider?

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