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Concerns Linger About Corporate Involvement In OpenStack Foundation

Paula Rooney | ZDNet | September 19, 2012

The official debut of the independent OpenStack Foundation was welcomed by most as a big step forward to establishing an open cloud but the inclusion of two big league proprietary vendors, namely VMware and Cisco, has raised a few eyebrows. Read More »

Enterprises See Growing Open Source Cloud Appeal

Jamie Yap | ZDNet | August 27, 2012

The maturing of open source software (OSS) and increasing support from mainstream IT vendors mean that cloud architectures built using OSS tools will grow on companies looking to avoid vendor lock-in, but they will need to assess whether they have the internal know-how to manage such deployments. Read More »

How Amazon Web Services Helps NASA’s Curiosity Rover Share Mars With The World

Matt Weinberger | Devops Angle | August 11, 2012

NASA is a big fan of the cloud – in fact, the OpenStack open source cloud computing platform got its start there. So when NASA needed image processing infrastructure for the incredible pictures coming from Mars to Earth by way of the just-landed Curiosity rover and its mission to search for life on Mars, it’s not very surprising that the team turned to Amazon Web Services. Read More »

How To Make Money With OpenStack

Sean Michael Kerner | Datamation | October 18, 2012

The open source OpenStack cloud effort isn't just about technology, it's also about money - lots and lots of money. Read More »

Kogan Sold On OpenStack Cloud

Rohan Pearce | Computerworld | July 8, 2013

The retailer is using Rackspace's OpenStack-based Hybrid Cloud offering to drive its online operations Read More »

Linux Foundation To Host CloudOpen To Mitigate Open Source Cloud War

Paula Rooney | ZDNet | April 25, 2012

The Linux Foundation will host CloudOpen later this summer for backers and supporters of OpenStack, CloudStack and other open source cloud related projects. It will run parallel with LinuxCon NA in late August in San Diego. 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 »

Q&A: Adrian Gardner, CIO, NASA Goddard Flight Center

Joe McKendrick | SmartPlanet | August 23, 2012

In recent times, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has been actively pursuing new, more powerful and cost-effective ways to deliver its vast amounts of data across its networks of scientists and engineers, as well as share its discoveries with the rest of the world. That’s why the space agency has been aggressively adopting the cloud model... Read More »

The Truth About The Open Cloud: What Really Matters

Sean Michael Kerner | eWEEK | September 5, 2013

There is always a lot of talk about the word "open" in tech circles, especially when it comes to the cloud. After all, no one wants to be locked in and shackled to a "closed" system, right? Read More »

What Will Stop The Amazon Cloud Juggernaut?

Jason Bloomberg | Cloud Computing Journal | June 7, 2013

A lethal combination of market forces positions AWS to grow ever larger as they squash competitors like bugs under their sandals Read More »