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Calling All DevOps People: Chef 101 Workshop at CloudOpen

With both private and public clouds, increasingly complex virtualized environments and data getting bigger every day, DevOps folks are looking for ways to automate their infrastructure and expose data that informs important decisions about how to manage their enterprise. That's why we're partnering with Opscode, the creator of Chef, to host the Chef 101 Workshop at CloudOpen. Using Ruby as its scripting language, Chef has quickly become one of the most popular tools for developers and systems administrators to define, build and manage infrastrucutre.

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Congratulations to Our T-shirt Design Contest Winners

Congratulations to Brian Beck and Sabrina Aqil, our two winners in The Linux Foundation's 2012 "Inspired by Linux" T-shirt Design Contest! Their awesome t-shirt designs took first and second place, respectively, in the community vote.

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Chef Offers a Recipe for the Open Source Cloud

Opscode's open source framework Chef is part of the orchestration layer of platform-agnostic software aimed at allowing developers to create a reproducible blueprint for server configuration and automation. CTO Chris Brown says IaaS and PaaS architects could take a lesson from Chef in finding a common recipe for communicating capabilities between machines in a cloud or between clouds.

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Open Cloud Roundup: Top Headlines Week of July 9

This week the open cloud news headlines feature a new OpenNebula release, a new cloud controller plug-in for OpenStack and an interview with Rackspace's Lew Moorman on APIs and the open cloud.

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LinuxCon Keynote Q&A: The OSS Behind a Tweet

The roster of keynote speakers for this year's LinuxCon North America and CloudOpen events is mind blowing. I've got my favorites marked on my schedule and am excited to share a recent conversation I had with one of them. Twitter's Open Source Manager Chris Aniszczyk gives us a teaser for his keynote, details the open source projects Twitter is using, including Linux, and shares his favorite tweets of all time.

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