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Is Rackspace Ready to Support Private Clouds?

If customers won't come to Rackspace, then Rackspace will simply have to go to the customers. Rackspace announced today that it's going to be offering a "private edition" of OpenStack to companies looking to manage a private cloud.

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Apache Tika Reaches 1.0

The metadata and structured text content detector and extractor has matured from its Lucene roots and has now reached version 1.0...

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MongoDB: FUD or Hoax Controversy Spreads Online

A posting allegedly by an ex-user of the NoSQL database MongoDB has created a curious controversy of its own...

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Google Web Toolkit and Web Services: The JSON/JSONP Way

In the first part of this series, we studied how to implement and use a server-side proxy to contact a remote service, and how to use the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to process the XML results from the Google Geocoding API.

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Ignition, Accel, Greylock Put $40M In Apache Hadoop Distribution Platform Cloudera

Cloudera, the startup that commercially distributes and services Apache Hadoop based data management software and services, has raised $40 million in new funding led by Ignition Partners, Greylock, Accel, Meritech Capital Partners, and In-Q-Tel.

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