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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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Red Hat CTO Asserts OpenStack Buzz is More Than Just Hype

Red Hat's CTO presents the open source giant's case for becoming the leading brand of OpenStack for the enterprise market.

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Rackspace Unveils OnMetal Cloud Servers That Aren't Made for Sharing

Rackspace's new OnMetal servers are designed to be spun up as quickly as virtual machines, aiming to serve businesses wanting more dedicated systems for cloud-based systems.

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10 Quick Facts About Docker Container Virtualization

Docker container virtualization promises application portability and interoperability across multiple environments and deployment paradigms.

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A Database David Takes On The Amazon Goliath—Minus The Slingshot

 Most attempts to improve OpenStack come from longtime open-source contributors like Red Hat. But one new entrant, Tesora, is something of a johnny-come-lately to open source. Last week, Tesora announced that it was open sourcing its previously proprietary database virtualization engine as part of its commitment to OpenStack's Trove database-as-a-service (DBaaS) project. 

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