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OpenStack Juno Cloud Features Trove Database-as-a-Service Updates

The upcoming open-source OpenStack Juno cloud platform will now support more databases and database features.

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Features Coming This Winter With Xen 4.5

The first release candidate for the forthcoming Xen 4.5 is imminent ahead of the project's plans to do the stable release in December. For those not keeping up to speed with Xen development, here's a brief look at some of the changes expected for Xen 4.5...

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OpenStack Interoperability Testing, Certification Gain Significance

Although it is only four years old, the OpenStack cloud computing project is already having a profound impact on the plumbing and architecture of many data centers. 

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Two Cloud Tools to Fix Security Hole Without a Reboot

Cloudius Systems Blog: The two existing open source technologies that enable cloud providers to fix a security hole without reboot.

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What Network Function Virtualization Means for OpenStack and Open Source

Last week's launch of OPNFV is a good opportunity to think about a simmering debate in the OpenStack developer community for a while now—what exactly does NFV (Network Function Virtualization) have to do with OpenStack, and is it a good thing? read more...

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