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VMware vCenter Web Client Plug-in for OpenStack

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Last week right before the start of the OpenStack Summit the Team OpenStack at VMware released a new version of the vSphere OpenStack Virtual Appliance (VOVA) based on the stable Havana release to the VMware and OpenStack communities. The new version of the appliance provides a relatively easy and out of the box sort of […]

Canonical jumps into open cloud ecosystem with OpenStack + Cloud Foundry

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Seeking a bigger slice of the public cloud pie, Canonical has joined forces with Pivotal to reposition Ubuntu at the center of the open PaaS ecosystem. Under the partnership, the Linux distributor will integrate an OpenStack-based version of Cloud Foundry into the next major release of its operating system to let customers consolidate their infrastructure- […]

An introduction to OpenStack and how VMware participates

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OpenStack gets a lot of attention these days, extra fuelled  because of the OpenStack summit which is held  in Hong Kong at this moment. Around 3000 people are attending. Hong Kong is not chosen by incident. OpenStack has a remarkable adoption in China. Beijing has worlds highest number of Active Technical Contributors (developers making a contribution to […]

OpenStack Summit highlights: SDN, Cloud and everything in between

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The OpenStack ecosystem gets bigger with every meetup. This week’s OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong attracted a crowd of 3,000, along with dozens of vendors that leaped at the opportunity to show off their latest solutions. Arista Networks led the charge with the new 7000 X Series of programmable 10 GbE and 40 GbE switches. […]

An introduction to OpenStack

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OpenStack gets a lot of attention these days, extra fuelled  because of the OpenStack summit which is held  in Hong Kong at this moment. Around 3000 people are attending. Hong Kong is not chosen by incident. OpenStack has a remarkable adoption in China. Beijing has worlds highest number of Active Technical Contributors (developers making a contribution to […]

Top vendors flex Cloud muscle at OpenStack Summit

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In three short years, OpenStack transformed from an IaaS experiment into a multi-purpose cloud solution for the enterprise, complete with a burgeoning partner ecosystem and production-grade capabilities. The open source platform has emerged as a threat to traditional data center vendors, boasting over 100 customers worldwide according to a newly released user survey. Dozens of […]

Red Hat and eNovance Partner to Accelerate Adoption of Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform

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Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, and eNovance, an emerging European leader in the open source cloud computing market, announced that they are collaborating to deliver OpenStack implementation and integration services to joint customers. The companies made the announcement today at the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong. The […]

OpenStack Public Cloud Setbacks: Real or Imagined?

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Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) has killed its OpenStack public cloud plan. Rackspace (NYSE:RAX) is not growing as quickly as planned, despite betting the company on OpenStack. Some pundits now wonder if a giant like IBM can save OpenStack.  Should cloud integrators be concerned about the open source platform? Absolutely not. Here’s why. Frankly, OpenStack does not need […]

OpenStack turns up the heat

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Last week the OpenStack Summit in Portland, Ore., was the place to be in tech. The idea of creating a baseline open source platform for both public and private clouds has gathered huge momentum, attracting all manner of vendors, customers, developers, and hangers-on. In most sessions you had to fight for a seat, and the […]

How OpenStack Should Prepare Itself for the Enterprise

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CIO — Last week’s OpenStack Summit left me with some strong impressions, along with some questions and reservations. The bottom line: If you’re an enterprise CIO, OpenStack is going to be very important to your future. First, in terms of overall energy and tone, the Summit reminded me of last November’s Amazon Web Services AWS Re:invent conference. Both conferences exuded the unmistakable […]

The Future of Software-led Infrastructure

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The OpenStack Summit has finally concluded and it leaves us with one important question: “What is the future of software-led Infrastructure?” But first, what is Software-led Infrastructure?  Though the future will be made up of commodity hardware such Intel chips, ARM chips, Dell servers, HP servers, or Seagate drives, what will tie these all together […]

Red Hat’s “PaaS Queen” says, “Don’t Reinvent the Wheel”

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Diane Mueller, Red Hat’s Cloud Ecosystem Evangelist, visited theCube, broadcasting live from the annual OpenStack Summit this week, to discuss Red Hat’s recent developments and their involvement with the cloud, sitting down with show hosts John Furrier and Jeff Frick. Currently, Red Hat is the number one contributor to OpenStack, and Mueller explains that they have members […]

OpenStack Summit: SDN Switches Become Low Cost Linux Boxes?

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The VAR Guy is at OpenStack Summit and he’s starting to drink the Kool-Aid. Customers like Best Buy, Comcast and Hubspot say they are deploying the cloud computing platform. But now, the conversation is shifting to networking in the cloud — a software defined networking (SDN) primer. Leading the conversation: Ben Cherian, chief strategy officer at Midokura, a startup […]

Microsoft Takes on AWS with Azure IaaS, Price Match and Offer Ubuntu 12.04

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Microsoft has taken Windows Azure Infrastructure Services from pre-release to general public availability, packing some big guns to compete with Amazon’s popular offerings.  The news comes just as the annual OpenStack Summit hits its stride this week, where Rackspace unveiled its own AWS competitor based on its open platform. Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, aside from being a mouthful, […]

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