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Carnegie Mellon Joins Open Cirrus, Continues to Grow Cloud Research Expertise

Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science announced this week that it is has joined the Open Cirrus project, adding one of its clusters to resources available on the open-source tes...
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Linux and the Power of Virtual Mega-Machines

Cloud computing describes an Internet-based computing infrastructure that has abstracted use...
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HP Rolls Out Real-World Cloud Services

Computing giant continues cloud push with new services offering aimed at the nuts and bolts of implementation, offering customers help with cost estimates and deployment guidelines.

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Cloud Computing and 'Commodity'

Much has been touted about cloud computing's effects on the commoditization (and commodification) of IT resources and services. However, what the effects of that process would look like to the end user may not be what you think.
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Embarcadero Brings Developer Tools to the Cloud

Developer tools on-demand? Why not, says Embarcadero, the developer tool vendor with one of the largest collection of languages and tools.
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