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OpenStack Dominated By Tire Kickers, Code Testers – For Now

There is no question that OpenStack has momentum behind it and that organizations of all types and stripes are thinking about how they might deploy the open source tool ...Full Article

Red Hat OpenStack 5.0 Mashes Up Icehouse And RHEL 7 Beta

Everybody is trying to make money on the OpenStack wave and every day a new distribution seems to pop into existence. Linux enthusiasts are probably having flashbacks to the ...Full Article

Red Hat Opens Up CloudForms Hybrid Cloud Manager

The final big chunk of software that commercial Linux juggernaut and virtualization and cloud player Red Hat has not yet open sourced after making a big acquisition has been ...Full Article

Why ARM Servers, And Why Now?

It is a pity that smartphones and tablets did not come along earlier and did not need 64-bit processing and memory addressing sooner than they did. Had these consumer ...Full Article

Eight Enterprise Players Join Cloud Foundry Foundation

Eight new financial and technology companies have joined the Cloud Foundry Foundation, nearly doubling membership in the group that is promoting an open-source, platform-as-a-service (PaaS) for enterprise computing. Pivotal ...Full Article

Red Hat Boosts Storage Capabilities With Inktank Deal

Red Hat is getting serious about storage and has snapped up Inktank, whose Ceph Enterprise technology provides file system, object and block storage software deployed by enterprises in public ...Full Article

OpenStack Gets Enterprise Polish With “Icehouse” Release

Being a relatively young software stack with lots of new features being created by an excited community, OpenStack has to be on a fairly aggressive update cycle, much as ...Full Article

Leveraging Cloud, Open Source To Aid Embattled IT

IT executives laid out the challenges and opportunities created by cloud computing, open source, and other disruptive technologies during this week's Red Hat summit in San Francisco. With the ...Full Article

Red Hat Targets Apps With Project Atomic And RHEL 7

"The app is king," declared Red Hat's president of products and technologies at the company's annual summit today. Indeed, the focus on applications and how they are ported among ...Full Article

Red Hat Focuses RHEL 7 On Virtualization, File Systems

It isn't called Enterprise Linux for nothing. Eleven years ago, when Red Hat decided to get serious about the corporate market, it killed off its hobbyist Linux and created ...Full Article
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