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The Fourth Paradigm: All About The Data

Hope you're not tired of buzzwords. After "the network is the computer" and "the cloud", welcome to "data-intensive computing". This time, however, there's far more at work here than a clever turn of phrase.
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Eucalyptus Open-Sources the Cloud (Q&A)

Eucalyptus started out in academics, but has a solid business plan for making its "infrastructure as a service" open-source platform the center of the cloud-computing universe.
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2010 and the Fate of Your (Virtual) Desktop

Do you think that converting your clunky, maintenance-burdened physical desktop OS to a clunky, maintenance-burdened VM will save you some money? Think again.
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IBM Opens New Cloud Lab While Microsoft Reorgs

Big Blue continues to be the only enterprise vendor bringing cloud services to its customer. A new lab in Hong Kong will focus on emerging markets and applications.
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Red Hat Open Sources SPICE for Desktop Virtualization

A year after acquiring the SPICE (Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environment) hosted virtual desktop protocol from Qumranet, Red Hat is now open sourcing it.  

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