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Oracle, Amazon offer new ways to run Linux from afar

Organizations hoping to streamline their deployments of Linux have two new options for running the open source OS remotely.

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Unisys Floats Mainframe Cloud

A mainframe cloud may seem oxymoronic like a lead Zeppelin ("a" included on purpose), or intuitively obvious (given the virtualization and metering capabilities that have been in mainframes for decades). But Unisys has nonetheless fluffed up a mainframe cloud for its ClearPath mainframe customers.…...

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RackSpace Open Sources Its Cloud Platform: OpenStack

As GigaOM reports in "OpenStack Wants to Be Android of The Cloud," RackSpace has released an open source cloud platform called OpenStack...

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Enterprises Using the Cloud More Than They Think

A recent study by Web performance measurement firm Gomez found that large companies are relying on public cloud services without even realizing it.

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VMware Debuts vSphere 4.1 in Major Cloud Push

VMware has taken the wraps off of vSphere 4.1, the latest iteration of its virtualization management software, offering support for far-ranging cloud-based infrastructures.

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