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Containers: Beyond Virtualization

Redmond Magazine: As system virtualization gives way to evolving and more elastic cloud-based platforms and services, the applications that run on these new infrastructures could someday push the outer limits of today's virtual machines (VMs) and even the underlying OSes -- notably Linux and Windows. 

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DigitalOcean Partners With Mesosphere To Allow Developers To Focus On Apps, Not Servers

DigitalOcean, the fast-growing cloud hosting provider, today announced that it has partnered with Mesosphere to allow its users to quickly deploy a Mesosphere cluster on its platform. 

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EMC Launches Hybrid Cloud System, Eyes VMware, OpenStack, Microsoft Integration

The EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud, allows customers to move applications and workloads across public and private cloud services.

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IBM Expands Global Cloud Footprint and Focus on OpenStack

Despite a recent poor quarterly results report, IBM appears to be applying even more focus to its cloud services business.

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Canonical Announces Its Own Distribution of Ubuntu OpenStack

Canonical has come forward today to announce the Canonical Distribution of Ubuntu OpenStack that offers various advantages over the free, community version of Ubuntu OpenStack...

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