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IBM Wins Largest Federal Cloud Contract to Date: U.S. Dept. of Interior

The home of the National Park Service is making the jump to the cloud with help from IBM's SoftLayer unit.

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VMware: OpenStack an Opportunity For Us

VMware prefers to see OpenStack as a way to sell its software into best-of-breed environments. Do you agree?

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Where Does OpenStack Go From Here?

OpenStack will be making many minor improvements, but adding Amazon Web Services API support won't be one of them.

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Open Cloud Gains Big in Past Year, Still Gauged by AWS

Launched just a year ago, the CloudOpen conference aims to bring together in a vendor-neutral environment the open source projects, products and companies that are driving cloud and Big Data ecosystems. Now, as the second CloudOpen approaches in September, it seems like a good time to sit back and consider how things have progressed on the open cloud since then. Toward that end, reached out recently to some key players in the open cloud to get their take on how far the open cloud has come over the past 12 months.

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Red Hat CEO: Go Ahead, Copy Our Software

Imagine your company spent more than $100 million developing a product. Now imagine that a competitor came along and cloned your product and distributed a near-perfect replica of it. Not good, right? If you're Apple, you spend years and tens of millions of dollars fighting it, determined to be the one and only source of your product. If you're Red Hat, however, you embrace it—as Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst told ReadWrite in an interview. 

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