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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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How OpenStack Parallels the Adoption of Linux

In spite of its considerable momentum, there are still skeptics about whether OpenStack will ultimately succeed. My colleague tackled some of that skepticism in a blog post last year and I’m not going to rehash those arguments here. Rather, I’m going to make some observations about how OpenStack is paralleling,...

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6 Key Questions to Ask When Designing Cloud Architecture

Fundamental questions that should be part of any IT project -- why, who, what, where, when, and how -- get more critical in the cloud era.

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Linux Foundation Promotes KVM Open Source Cloud Virtualization

Open source virtualization for the cloud is at the center of the Linux Foundation's latest move. This week, the nonprofit group announced the addition of seven new organizations that will become partners in the recently launched Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA) initiative, which promotes virtualization solutions based on the open source KVM hypervisor.

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Analyzing How Contributions to OpenStack Can Be Made Easier

Last month, I asked 55 OpenStack developers why they decided to submit one patch to OpenStack and what prevented them from contributing more. The sample polled people who contributed only once in the past 12 months, looking for anecdotal evidence for what we can do to improve the life of...

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