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Top Open Source Cloud Headlines, Week of Aug. 6

Open source cloud headlines this week feature the announcement of board elections for the OpenStack Foundation; Red Hat's new branding as an open cloud company; eBay's new open source cloud application testing platform; Intel's prescription for developing open standards in the cloud; and a high-profile departure from VMware's open source Cloud Foundry.

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LinuxCon/CloudOpen Party Details Revealed

LinuxCon is known for its deep technical content and unmatched networking opportunities. This year LinuxCon and CloudOpen will provide 140 sessions, 15 keynotes, nine co-located events, and three onsite Linux training opportunities.

But it's also known for some amazing parties (ahem, "evening events.")!  The Linux community knows how to have fun and we're honored to be able to provide the forum for having a great time.

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Fujitsu's Yoshiya Eto Becomes Vice Chair of Linux Foundation Board

We are pleased to announce that Yoshiya Eto of Fujitsu is the new Vice Chair of The Linux Foundation board. He joins officers Doug Fischer (Intel), Chairman, Alan Clark (SUSE), Secretary of the Board, and Frank Fanzilli, Treasurer. All Linux Foundation Board of Directors can be seen here: http://www.linuxfoundation.org/about/board-members

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Keeping Linux Kernel Training Current

The Linux kernel develops at a truly astonishing pace, with a new major version emerging every two to three months. For both new and already active kernel developers, keeping up with changes and new features is both challenging and worthwhile. With the recent release of kernel 3.5, we wanted to share our philosophy for having the most up-to-date materials in our courses.

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Intel’s Imad Sousou: Open Cloud Standards will Emerge With More Collaboration

Standardization is the biggest issue facing the open source cloud today, says Imad Sousou, director of Intel’s Open Source Technology Center. Adoption of open formats and interfaces will ensure flexibility and choice for users and vendors of the cloud.

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