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Canonical Offers 'Chuck Norris Grade' OpenStack Private Cloud Service

Canonical, best known as the company behind Ubuntu Linux, is entering the private cloud hosting business with an OpenStack-based option for your data center or hosting provider.

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Red Hat Has Open Sourced ManageIQ Cloud Orchestration Platform

This week's OpenStack Summit conference is proving to be a showcase for many announcements of tools that can enhance and extend cloud computing deployments. Mirantis has delivered an online database and aggregation site for vendors and applications in the OpenStack ecosystem. And now, Red Hat has announced that it is open sourcing ManageIQ, a cloud management program that has been built into Red Hat's CloudForms platform. 

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HP Is Going All In with Hardware/Software OpenStack Strategy

Earlier this week, Hewlett-Packard announced the HP Helion brand, and pledged to commit $1 billion over the next two years on products and services surrounding OpenStack, under Helion's branded umbrella. In addition to offering its free distribution of OpenStack, HP is putting all its other cloud offerings, including tools for workload management and software development, under the Helion brand. 

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Moving Towards an Open Source Cloud with OpenStack

Over the past years, I've played a leading role in helping to bring openness to the storage industry. At Nexenta, we inherited great technology from Sun Microsystems and went to market with an open core business model. This model, and a lot else, worked well and Nexenta has been called...

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In the Cloud, Linux Will Win the OS War

Just as the Web has won the platform war for applications, Linux will win for operating systems. For applications, you cannot beat the zero-install and zero-upgrade advantages of the Web. And for operating systems, you cannot beat Linux for high reliability at a low cost.

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