Todd Moore

Cloud Native Computing Foundation takes off

This is a big week for many people in our industry—and not just because of the coming “Star Wars” release. It’s also significant because the Linux Foundation has announced the formal open governance structure for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. This announcement is important because it confirms the Linux Foundation Working Group and marks the […]

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Node.js community looks toward an open future

This week finds me and a good number of the IBM OpenTech team at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco for this year’s Node Summit Conference. In case you haven’t heard, this morning at the summit, the community announced that Node.js is going to move into open community governance and a Node.js Foundation is […]

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Test drive the engine: IBM Cloud at the OpenStack Summit in Paris

The Paris OpenStack Summit is here and the IBM team has been hard at work prepping for the event. We have a large group attending as usual and all are vying to show you the latest products and demonstrate the power of OpenStack in the IBM Cloud. To help plan your time at the summit, I wanted […]

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Previewing the OpenStack Summit in Atlanta

It’s hard to believe that it’s already time to pack my bags to head for Atlanta and the next OpenStack Summit on May 12-15, 2014. This summit is a great time to celebrate enhancements to the recent OpenStack Icehouse release. That includes one of my favorites, the new Federated Identity support for Keystone that allows users […]

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OpenStack in Hong Kong: Havana is here, time to plan Icehouse

With the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong rapidly approaching, November 5-8, I was reflecting on what’s been accomplished and where we are going.

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Possibilities abound with OSGi running on Cloud Foundry

IBM is working to make OSGi a core part of cloud.

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A shout out to all my fellow ‘stackers and Happy Third Birthday OpenStack!

There's much to celebrate when it comes to open source cloud efforts.

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OpenStack 2013: The year of the user

The technical evolution of OpenStack can benefit from direct user input to help prioritize the long list of potential features earmarked for future OpenStack releases.

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OpenStack Design Summit: Linux Deja Vu

Something significant was taking place that was very tangible as I walked the Summit floor and sat in on a number of sessions.

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