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ENCODE DNA Data Project, Inspired and Built By Linux

Scientists celebrated a breakthrough in their understanding of the human genome this month – the results of a large collaborative project driven by big data and built with Linux. 

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Open Source Cloud News Roundup, Week of Sept. 10

Mark Shuttleworth's $1 million investment in open source cloud storage company InkTank leads the open cloud headlines this week.  Also included is a rosy forecast on the public cloud services market from IDC, a collection of quotes on the definition of the open cloud from industry leaders, an interesting Google+ hangout chat on the open source cloud and a white paper from Intel on how to speed a cloud services deployment with open source software. 

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10 Insights from Linux Leaders in the Open Cloud

How do the Linux and open source communities define the open cloud? Our Leaders of the Open Cloud series posed this key question, along with many others, to industry heavyweights in the 10 weeks leading up to the CloudOpen conference in San Diego last month.  Here, we’ve distilled their answers into a slideshow to illustrate the range of viewpoints as well as some areas of contention.

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Open Cloud Roundup: Top Headlines Week of Sept. 4

The news and analysis on open source cloud computing keeps flowing after the CloudOpen conference in San Diego last week. New data from IDC released during the conference shows users overwhelmingly support the open cloud, but some bloggers are still skeptical that the open cloud is being defined too broadly. Nevertheless, the open source announcements keep coming in the cloud with contributions from Alcatel-Lucent, Netflix and Basho this week.

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LinuxCon and CloudOpen Media Takeaways

The LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2012 conference held in San Diego last week were an epic success. Three days of keynotes and technical sessions from leaders in Linux, open source technologies and cloud computing sparked new conversations online in the days during and after the event. The information and ideas now circulating through the Linux community presented some new angles on old topics as well as a rare peek at the tools and technologies behind innovative companies and services.  

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