Cloud Computing

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New release of Eucalyptus open source cloud solution

Ted Samson | InfoWorld | November 26, 2012

Building on its strong ties to Amazon Web Services (AWS), Eucalyptus today unveiled the latest update to its open source cloud computing platform, adding expanded AWS storage compatibility as well as features to speed up installation and simplify management via a new GUI with self-service capabilities. Read More »

New Zealand Can Lead Healthcare IT

I’ve been in New Zealand this week, meeting with government, academic, and industry leaders to discuss the IT challenges ahead - social networking-based teamwork for health, mobile applications, precision medicine analytics for decision support, and cloud computing all within a framework of protecting privacy. I believe that New Zealand has a unique opportunity to leapfrog the rest of the world with healthcare IT breakthroughs that show the rest of us what is possible from a 4.5 million person learning lab. Why? The perfect storm for innovation requires alignment of technology, psychology, and implementation. New Zealand is divided into 20 District Health Boards which improve the health of their populations by delivering high quality and accessible health care...

NexJ Systems Recognized With Two CDN Channel Elite Gold Awards

Press Release | NexJ Systems Inc., CDN's Channel Elite Awards | September 19, 2012

NexJ Systems Inc., (TSX: NXJ) a leading provider of next generation enterprise customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, was recognized with two CDN Channel Elite Awards, winning Gold for Best Cloud Computing Solution and Gold for Best Mobile Solution. Read More »

NRO Readies Open Source Cloud For Launch

Henry Kenyon | AOL Government | October 26, 2012

In a move toward a more efficient National Reconnaissance Office, analysts for the agency operating the nation's spy satellites are on the verge of getting their information through a top-secret open-source cloud environment housing intelligence data. Read More »

ONC Selects Noam Arzt to serve on the ONC Trusted Exchange Framework Task Force

Press Release | HLN Consulting | February 19, 2018

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has selected Dr. Noam H. Arzt, President of HLN Consulting (HLN), as a member of the Trusted Exchange Framework Task Force. This group of healthcare and health information technology specialists will advise ONC on various aspects of the Draft Trusted Exchange Framework. This framework outlines a common set of principles for trusted exchange of health information records and minimum terms and conditions for trusted exchange as directed by Congress in the 21st Century Cures Act.

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Open APIs Are the New Open Source

Jay Lyman | LinuxInsider | February 14, 2012

Open source, open standards, open clouds, and particularly open data continue to serve as pillars of modern IT openness, but APIs have quickly emerged as equally if not more critical. Here's why...

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Open Compute Summit: New Members, Technologies

Chris Talbot | Talkin' Cloud | January 18, 2013

The Open Compute Project, backed by Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), is gaining momentum, as evidenced by the increasing attendance at the Open Compute Summit. [...] There has been a bit of buzz about some of the innovations unveiled at the show, and this can only mean good things for the open source cloud computing market. Read More »

Open Source And Linux In 2014

Jim Lynch | IT World | December 29, 2014

In today's open source roundup: Looking back at open source and Linux in 2014. Plus: Switching from Apple laptops to Chromebooks, and the best gaming mouse for Linux?...

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Open Source and the Cloud: An Interview with Josh McKenty of Piston Cloud

Dana Blankenhorn | Open Source Delivers | January 25, 2012

Cloud will be the same. Hard work needs to be done first, under the surface, before it can really explode onto the marketplace. Even after 95% of the technical work is done, education will be required before it’s accepted. Just as with Linux. Read More »

Open Source Goes Corporate: Can Open Healthcare Be Far Behind?

If you aren't in IT, you may have missed the news that IBM is acquiring Red Hat, a leader in the open source Linux movement, or that, a couple days prior, Microsoft closed on its acquisition of GitHub, a leader in open source software development. Earlier this year Salesforce acquired Mulesoft, and Cloudera and Hortonworks merged; all were other open source leaders. I must confess, I had never heard of some of these companies, but I'm starting to believe what MarketWatch said following the IBM announcement: "open source has truly arrived." What exactly that means, especially for healthcare, I'm not sure, but it's worth exploring. IBM is paying $34b for Red Hat.

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Open Source Health's CEO Sonya Satveit and Patient Advisory Board Panel Discussion at PCOS Challenge Symposium in Atlanta

Press Release | Open Source Health Inc., PCOS Challenge | September 23, 2016

Open Source Health Inc. a cloud based precision medicine platform for women that puts control into the hands of women to educate, advocate and collaborate on their own healthcare is pleased to announce the participation of myAva’s Patient Advisory Board, along with CEO, Sonya Satveit and Medical Advisor, Dr. Fiona McCullough and in discussion panel at PCOS Challenge’s PCOS Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia...

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Open Source Hobbyists Now In High Demand

Brian Proffitt | ITworld | October 5, 2012

You know what? They're not calling us "hobbyists" anymore. It struck me this morning when I was reading up about this cool little open source operating system called Contiki, a very lightweight embedded OS designed to work well with the Internet of Things... Read More »

Open source is key to the architecture of cloud-based systems

Thor Olavsrud | NetworkWorld | April 15, 2012

"Open source is certainly at the foundation in terms of building out cloud technologies," says Byran Che, senior director of product management at Red Hat and responsible for its cloud operations offerings.

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Open Source Is Woven Into The Latest, Hottest Trends

Jay Lyman | Linux Insider | September 12, 2013

If open source software were still so relevant and meaningful to enterprise IT, one might expect that it would be part of what's arguably the top trend in the industry: Big Data. Well it is. Much of the trend toward greater effectiveness and efficiently in collecting, storing, managing and analyzing data centers is spurred by open source software technologies. Read More »

Open Source Leads The Way Into The Cloud

Arsalan Farooq | Computerworld | August 29, 2012

Virtualization is now a well-established technology in enterprise computing. And in virtualization, VMware is the established leader. But virtualization has begat cloud computing and now the field of play in cloud computing is far more open thanks to open source technologies. Read More »