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High availability in the cloud: An OpenStack approach

Article discusses some of the industry conversation around high availability concerns in the Folsom release of OpenStack.

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March #cloudchat recap: Where the open cloud is going

This month's #cloudchat took place on March 14, from 4-5 p.m. ET.

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IBM makes waves with open standards announcement

Recap of the IBM open standards announcement coverage.

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For cloud computing, open means agile

Together with the OpenStack Foundation, Open Services Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) and OASIS, we are helping to lead open cloud standards and open source initiatives.

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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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January #cloudchat: 2013: The year of interoperability in the cloud?

The January 10 #cloudchat will focus on cloud open source initiatives and interoperability. Join on Twitter from 4 to 5 p.m. ET.

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Cloud computing: where is the standard?

There is now a need for a universal standard for cloud computing for service providers to abide by.

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Equilibrium project, LBaaS (Load Balancer as a Service) in OpenStack

I personally believe that the integration of LBaaS in OpenStack is a step towards providing all networking functions to the tenants.

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Cloud versus open source

Is cloud computing against open source? Is it true that it locks users into proprietary, non-open source software? Is cloud computing “standard?”

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Jumpstart your cloud: Using open source software to build, deploy and manage on-premises clouds

Ever felt like creating your own little private cloud on your desktop or laptop? Or, just wanted to explore what the cloud software really does? If you think there’s too much cost involved for these initiatives, think again, because open source is there to the rescue!

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