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New Relic Expands Performance Monitoring as a Service with Python

How exactly should you gain visibility into the performance levels your customers are seeing when they use your Web applications? One method that's still in wide use is compelling users to install plug-ins and background processes. But for many users, that's not just performance monitoring, that's behavior monitoring. 

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Red Hat OpenShifts Into the Cloud

Red Hat's OpenShift is their new Platform as a Service (PaaS) cloud offering. OpenShift makes some big promises: power, speed, openness, and portability, the ultimate fast friendly PaaS. Will it deliver on these promises? Time will tell, and you can start testing it now for free.

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How Committed Is Google To Chrome OS At This Stage?

When Google announced Chrome OS in 2009, it got a tremendous amount of hype, primarily because it presented a new cloud-centric model for working with applications and unusual approaches to operating system security.

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Red Hat: Let OpenShift Cloud Compile Your Java Apps

Red Hat doesn't just want to run your apps on its OpenShift cloud. It wants you to code, compile, tweak, and repeat the process on its cloud until you get the applications just right and get rid of that workstation...

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Deploy a Private PaaS to Get the Best for Your Enterprise Cloud

IT management and developers always face tension around choice. Managers worry that too much choice can decrease collaboration between teams, increase the code maintenance burden, and reduce interoperability between applications and the platforms they are deployed on.

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