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Open Cloud Roundup: Top Headlines Week of Aug. 20

This week's open cloud headlines feature a new OpenStack disribution release from Piston Cloud, an open source virtualization management tool from Convirture, interviews with cloud heavyweights at Intel and Eucalyptus, and new standards recommendations from the Open Data Center Alliance.

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CloudOpen Preview: Defining the Open Cloud Stack

Greg DeKoenigsberg is the Vice President of Community at Eucalyptus Systems and is on the opening morning keynote panel this Wednesday, August 29 at CloudOpen. He and his fellow panelists, Mark Hinkle from Citrix and Stefano Maffuli from OpenStack will be helping to define the open cloud stack as the conference gets underway. Greg was able to connect with us briefly this week as he prepares for the trip to San Diego. Here's what he was able to tell us about the panel and his other thoughts on open cloud.

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A New Collaboration Aimed at Automatically Backporting the Linux Kernel

The Linux Foundation's Driver Backport Workgroup is working on automatically backporting the Linux kernel, which was discussed in some detail at The Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit in April. As a result, a new collaboration is forming between this Workgroup and the compat-drivers project. Ann Davis of SUSE and the Driver Backport Workgroup guest blogs today about these developments.

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SUSE Aims for One-Click Enterprise Deployment on OpenStack

SUSE plans to roll out the first release of its enterprise-ready, private cloud solution based on OpenStack this summer. But one-click deployment  -- a feature of the SUSE Cloud Provider Program -- could take a while longer to realize in the open cloud.

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Stable Kernel Tree Status, August 2012

As I posted to the linux-kernel mailing list, the 3.4 kernel tree will be the next long-term kernel that I will be maintaining for at least 2 years. Currently I'm maintaining the following stable kernel trees for the following amount of time: 3.0 - for at least one more year...

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