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​Why Open-Source OpenStack Costs Can Edge Above Proprietary Cloud

Shortages of skilled OpenStack engineers can help price the open-source technology higher than proprietary equivalents, new research suggests.

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Inside the Guts of Nano Server, Microsoft's Tiny New Cloud OS

Engineers from Microsoft's Windows Server team took the stage at the Build developer conference in San Francisco this week to share more details on Nano Server, the upcoming micro-sized version of the OS aimed at cloud deployments.…...

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The 11th Release of OpenStack, Kilo, Debuts

The 11th release of OpenStack is available for download today, and the event is being billed as "a turning point" for the open source project with contributions from nearly 1,500 developers and 169 organizations worldwide. 

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Apple Ties Siri's Future to Apache Mesos

Recently, we've been covering Apache Mesos, along with Mesosphere, a company doing some interesting things surrounding Mesos and offering a data center operating system. Mesos is an open source project that abstracts CPU, memory, storage, and other compute resources away from machines (physical or virtual), enabling fault-tolerant and elastic distributed systems to be built and run effectively. 

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KVM and Xen to Hold Joint Hackathon for Open Source Virtualization

Born in the logic of ones and zeroes and forged in the heat of battle, two hypervisors -- perceived by many as foes in the realm of virtualization–are about to unite in a way many never thought possible. Over beer and code.

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