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Needed More Than Ever: DevOps to Manage Cloud Unpredictability

Cloud is illusory; there's still hardware somewhere on the other side of the mist.

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Rackspace Brings the OpenStack Cloud to Bare Metal

An open-source OpenStack effort, known as Ironic, is a key enabler for Rackspace's new OnMetal offering, which also supports the Docker container model.

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PaaS May be a Panacea for Stressed-out Developers, Survey Says

Platform as a Service adoption has soared over the past year, and organizations are investing a quarter million dollars on average in these online tools and middleware.

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LeaseWeb Offers CloudStack-based Flat-Fee Private Cloud Service

While OpenStack tends to draw more buzz among open cloud computing platforms, the Apache Software Foundation has been steadily driving the CloudStack cloud platform forward. There are services taking shape around CloudStack, as evidenced by LeaseWeb's announcement of LeaseWeb Private Cloud.

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Why I Built OwnCloud and Made It Open Source

There I was, 4 years ago (this past January) at CampKDE in San Diego, giving a talk on data privacy, warning the audience about the risks to their privacy from cloud vendors – in particular, Dropbox. So, build it yourself they said. 

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