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In the Open Cloud, Third-Party Testing and Support Are Much Needed

If you look at the ramp-up stage for almost any meaningful new technology, ranging from the rise of PCs to the early growth of the World Wide Web, its notable that independent testing organizations can often help a new technology succeed. As 2014 begins, many pundits are predicting that this will be the year that IT departments move beyond just testing the waters and make real commitments to the OpenStack cloud computing platform, as well as other open cloud platforms.

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Oracle's Quixotic Quest To Beat Amazon At The Commodity Game

It has been a few weeks since Oracle CEO Larry Ellison publicly challenged Amazon Web Services (AWS), declaring that Oracle would be "price competitive" in the "commodity infrastructure as a service marketplace." It's as laughable now as when Ellison first said it. Oracle is an exceptional company. What it isn't is a low-margin, commodity business. 

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Dell Pushes Enterprise with OpenStack Deal

Dell's Director of Cloud and Big Data solutions answers questions "why OpenStack?" and "Why partner with Red Hat to offer OpenStack solutions?"...

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Announcing Apache CloudStack 4.2.1

The Apache CloudStack project is pleased to announce the 4.2.1 release of the CloudStack cloud orchestration platform. This is a minor release of the 4.2.0 branch which released on Oct 1, 2013. 

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When it Comes to the Cloud, CIOs, CEOs Prefer to Keep it Private

A fresh survey of top enterprise decision-makers finds that while public and hybrid clouds provide plenty of benefits and conveniences, most executives still believe private clouds are safer, easier to use and give service providers more flexibility to quickly respond to their customers’ ever-changing demands.

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