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Docker Has a New Orchestration Platform but APIs Can’t Come Soon Enough

The New Stack: At DockerCon Europe today, Docker, Inc. has announced a new suite of open platform  and orchestration services for continuous lifecycle application development and deployment at scale. 

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Mirantis Offers Free Version of OpenStack Express for Developers

Today, Mirantis is unveiling the free version of Mirantis OpenStack Express (the hosted on-demand version of the Mirantis OpenStack distribution) for developers. 

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Juniper Embraces Linux for Junos and Open Compute for New Switch

Juniper's JUNOS operating system gets a Linux treatment as networking vendor also embraces the open-source hardware model...

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Joyent Defends Docker, Adding Closer Ties

The New Stack: Following a tumultuous two days in the Docker community, Joyent has announced two open source initiatives and a container service that further its ties to Docker. With the news, Joyent CTO Bryan Cantrill also has some choice remarks about CoreOS's “full-frontal assault” on Docker. 

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IBM Named Leader in U.S. Government Private Cloud

On the strength of its SoftLayer cloud infrastructure and Bluemix PaaS offerings, IDC named IBM a leader in the U.S. government private cloud space.

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