OpenStack

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Open Source OpenStack ARMs the Cloud

Sean Michael Kerner | ServerWatch | July 18, 2012

...OpenStack now has the support of major IT vendors including Cisco, HP, Dell, AT&T, IBM, Red Hat, Canonical and SUSE. And while OpenStack has been an x86-based technology for the entire length of the project's history, that is now set to change.

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Open Source OpenStack Cloud Platform Turns 3

Sean Michael Kerner | Datamation | July 19, 2013

Leaders of OpenStack didn't expect the success they currently enjoy. Read More »

Open Source Power For Small Business In 2014

Carla Schroder | Small Business Computing | January 22, 2014

The biggest impact that open source software offers small business in 2014 takes place in the cloud. Open source software powers the cloud—where you can take advantage of both hosted software and services, and hosted IT infrastructure (e.g., servers). We're already used to hosted services such as Web and mail hosting. They're convenient and cheap, and they prevent headaches. Read More »

Open Source races to the top

Eric Knorr | InfoWorld | July 29, 2013

Last week's OSCON conference served to remind us that open source software is setting the pace. Read More »

Open Source Software Isn’t Just Code. It’s Your Résumé

Klint Finley | Wired | April 22, 2013

OpenStack isn’t just a way for tech giants like HP and IBM to mimic Amazon’s wildly successful cloud services. It’s also a teaching tool. Read More »

OpenNebula Quietly Keeps Building Its Open-source Cloud

Barb Darrow | GigaOM | July 10, 2012

With the OpenStack project turning two years old soon amid what will no doubt be a ton of vendor-generated hoopla, Ignacio Llorente wants the world to know that the more mature OpenNebula project continues to evolve, just a lot more quietly. Read More »

OpenShift Commons Gathering Event Preview

We're just two months out from the OpenShift Commons Gathering coming up on November 7, 2016 in Seattle, Washington, co-located with KubeCon and CloudNativeCon. OpenShift Origin is a distribution of Kubernetes optimized for continuous application development and multi-tenant deployment. Origin adds developer and operations-centric tools on top of Kubernetes to enable rapid application development, easy deployment and scaling, and long-term lifecycle maintenance for small and large teams. And we're excited to say, the 1.3 GA release of OpenShift Origin, which includes Kubernetes 1.3, is out the door! Hear more about the release from Lead Architect for OpenShift Origin, Clayton Coleman...

Opensource.com Publishes 18 Interviews with Speakers of the Upcoming OSCON Conference

For those of you who have not noticed yet, the folks at Opensource.com just completed the publication of an entire series of interviews with speakers at the upcoming O/Reilly OSCON conference. This conference is one of the most important and interesting open source conferences of the year and the wide variety of interviews conducted which show the depth and breadth of the conference topics. `

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OpenStack As Sangria And Without NASA

Penny Jones | DataCenterDynamics | December 5, 2012

Co-founder documents the events that could have had a serious effect on the success of the OpenStack open source cloud project Read More »

OpenStack Based eMedLab Enables Cloud-based High Performance Computing for Medical Research

Staff Writer | Scientific Computing World | December 17, 2015

eMedLab, a partnership of seven leading bioinformatics research and academic institutions, is using a new private cloud, HPC environment and big data system to support the efforts of hundreds of researchers studying cancers, cardio-vascular and rare diseases. The research focuses on understanding the causes of these diseases and how a person’s genetics may influence their predisposition to the disease and potential treatment responses...

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OpenStack Celebrates 3 Years Of Building Open Source Cloud Platform

Thor Olavsrud | CIO | July 19, 2013

The project to deliver a ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds has become one of the fastest growing open source projects in history. Read More »

OpenStack Developers Ditch 'Buggy' Microsoft Hyper-V Support

Eric Doyle | Tech Week Europe | February 2, 2012

The OpenStack open source cloud project will push Microsoft’s Hyper-V out of its infrastructure as a service (IaaS) framework, blaming poor support from Microsoft. OpenStackCloud-building software.

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OpenStack Foundation

Mark Collier | OpenStack | October 5, 2011

Tomorrow at the OpenStack Conference in Boston, Lew Moorman will discuss Rackspace’s intention to form an OpenStack Foundation in 2012, which will be responsible for Project Governance and ownership of the OpenStack trademark. This marks a major milestone in the evolution of OpenStack as a movement to establish the industry standard for cloud software. Read More »

OpenStack Foundation Launches To Promote Open Cloud

Christopher Tozzi | The VAR Guy | September 21, 2012

It’s official: OpenStack, the open source cloud platform, has formed an independent entity, the OpenStack Foundation, to promote the project and open source cloud computing more generally. Here’s the scoop, and what it means for the open source channel. Read More »

OpenStack Founding Engineers From NASA And Rackspace Join Nebula

Press Release | Nebula | September 19, 2012

Nebula, the cloud systems company dedicated to enabling all enterprises to easily, securely and inexpensively deploy on-premise private cloud computing infrastructures, has recruited top NASA founding engineers of OpenStack, the open source cloud operating system, and fastest growing open source project in history. Read More »