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Focus on Fedora 20 Features: ARM

It's been a long time coming, but the Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" release brings ARM to equal status in Fedora with x86 and x86_64 releases. The Fedora 20 release, out just more than a month after the 10th anniversary of the first Fedora release, now boasts ARM as a primary architecture.

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Focus on Fedora 20 Features: Hadoop in Heisenbug

The Fedora 20 release is tantalizingly close, but even without the final gold seal of approval we have a clear picture of the features that users will be enjoying very soon. One of the additions to Fedora 20 is the inclusion of Apache Hadoop packages, which will let users easily get up and running with Hadoop right out of the box. Fedora contributor Matthew Farrellee talked to us about the packaging effort, what this means for Fedora 20, and what's coming in Fedora 21 and beyond.

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Open Cloud Take Two: The CloudStack Collaboration Conference 2013

The last year has been a whirlwind of activity for Apache CloudStack. Citrix proposed CloudStack for the Apache Incubator in April of 2012, and just over a year later we're gearing up for a second collaboration conference – this time in Santa Clara, CA, from June 23-25.

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What is Open Source Cloud?

For all the talk about cloud, it might come as a surprise to many in the industry that "cloud" is not a well-understood term. It's often perceived as "just a buzzword" or something without a lot of substance. While the term can be abused, it's actually an important concept and it's certainly not just a passing fad, writes Joe Brockmeier.

In talking to people following the Apache CloudStack graduation, and meeting with the local Linux User Group (LUG), it dawned on him that cloud still bears some explanation. Here, he takes a look at the standard definition, some types of clouds, and why it matters.

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Puppet Labs CEO: How to Grow an Authentic Open Source Community

Luke Kanies, founder and CEO of Puppet Labs, kicked off the last day of ApacheCon with a keynote on Growing Authentic Communities. Despite being early on the final day of a conference, Kanies managed to draw a respectable crowd at ApacheCon eager to hear about techniques for growing a community.

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