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Citrix Open Sources Cloud.Com Tools, Accelerates in Infrastructure Battle

Stepping up what is already fierce competition in the race to provide cloud computing platform infrastructure, Citrix Systems announced in July that it has completed the acquisition of Cloud.com. As we've noted, the move puts Citrix in closer competition with VMware and other cloud computing players.

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How Open is Open? A PaaS Scorecard

In this post, we attempt to define and score key criteria that should be used to measure and assess how well a particular Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering meets the standard of “open”.

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Three Worthwhile Open Source Project Management Apps

Congratulations – you’ve just taken charge of a large, multifaceted project incorporating many resources over a long period of time. What now? Without project management software you might quickly lose focus.

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Rapid7 Launches Open Source Magnificent 7

I have written now several times about Rapid7 and their commitment to the open source community. It started a while back when they acquired the Metasploit project (a leading pen test tool) and hired its manager, HD Moore to an executive position.  Since then, Rapid7 has continued to put its...

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Thoughts From Eucalyptus System's CTO As it Rolls Out its Version 3.0

Eucalyptus Systems is moving ahead with a new version of its private and hybrid cloud platform.

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