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Citrix: Top 5 Do's and Don’ts When Moving to the Cloud

Businesses today realize that transforming IT to agile and efficient cloud services  is a strategic priority – it is no longer a matter of if, but when, and how. A recent study found that for most companies, the process of selecting and implementing a cloud platform can take anywhere from 6 to 9+ months! The key challenges businesses said they faced were lack of staff expertise, managing app-specific performance on the cloud, and moving legacy apps to a cloud architecture.

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How to Mitigate OpenSSL HeartBleed Vulnerability in Apache CloudStack

Earlier this week, a security vulnerability was disclosed in OpenSSL, one of the software libraries that Apache CloudStack uses to encrypt data sent over network network connections. As the vulnerability has existed in OpenSSL since early 2012, System VMs in Apache CloudStack versions 4.0.0-incubating-4.3 are running software using vulnerable versions of OpenSSL. 

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Red Hat and Google Solidify Compute Engine Agreement

At the end of March, Red Hat announced a new collaboration with Google that will enable Red Hat customers to move eligible Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions to Google Compute Engine using Red Hat Cloud Access. 

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Why Open Infrastructure Matters in the Cloud

When reading a recent article by Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst, I was struck by a comparison made between OpenStack and the interstate highway system. The article in Wall Street and Technology, called "OpenStack: Five things every executive needs to know," mostly focused on the high points of where OpenStack is...

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Ericsson and Mirantis OpenStack Deal Sets a Precedent in the Open Cloud

The Swedish giant Ericsson stepped up its commitment to open source cloud platform software this week, striking a deal with Mirantis to use OpenStack as the base foundation for its telecommunications network, data centers and cloud services. 

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