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SUSE Cloud 3 Arrives for OpenStack IaaS Private Clouds

SUSE has announced theavailability of SUSE Cloud 3, the next version of its OpenStack distribution for building Infrastructure-as-a-Service private clouds. 

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Verizon Signs Up To Cloudbees PaaS, Has Anyone Told Pivotal?

One for the “It’s Complicated” Facebook relationship status. Verizon is today announcing that CloudBees Platform as a Service will be available on the Verizon cloud. 

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Red Hat Increases its Focus on OpenStack Partnerships

Red Hat originally made a name for itself as the only U.S.-based public company exclusively focused on open source, as it has proved that its Linux-focused strategy could be very profitable. But the company's future is increasingly being tied to cloud computing and OpenStack in particular. 

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How to Become a Cloud Computing Leader

Enterprise cloud efforts are begging for leadership. Time to step in and fill the void.

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The Open Virtualization Alliance Gains New, Cloud-Focused Members

As users everywhere begin to warm up to the benefits of running multiple operating systems in tandem, virtualization has become one of the hottest corners of the technology arena. Many open source tools are helping to drive this trend, and that is making the work of the Open Virtualization Alliance very important. 

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