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Suse’s OpenStack Cloud dissipates

Suse’s OpenStack Cloud dissipates Suse, the newly independent open-source company behind the eponymous Linux distribution and an increasingly large set of managed enterprise services, today announced a bit of a new strategy as it looks to stay on top of the changing trends in the enterprise developer space. Over the course of […]

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With its Kubernetes bet paying off, Cloud Foundry double down on developer experience

With its Kubernetes bet paying off, Cloud Foundry double down on developer experience More than fifty percent of the Fortune 500 companies are now using the open-source Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service project — either directly or through vendors like Pivotal — to build, test and deploy their applications. Like so many other projects, […]

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With the acquisition closed, IBM goes all in on Red Hat

With the acquisition closed, IBM goes all in on Red Hat IBM’s massive $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat closed a few weeks ago and today, the two companies are now announcing the first fruits of this process. For the most part, today’s announcement further IBM’s ambitions to bring its products to […]

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On balance, the cloud has been a huge boon to startups

On balance, the cloud has been a huge boon to startups Today’s startups have a distinct advantage when it comes to launching a company because of the public cloud. You don’t have to build infrastructure or worry about what happens when you scale too quickly. The cloud vendors take care of all […]

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Pixeom raises $15M for its software-defined edge computing platform

Pixeom raises M for its software-defined edge computing platform Pixeom, a startup that offers a software-defined edge computing platform to enterprises, today announced that it has raised a $15M funding round from Intel Capital, National Grid Partners and previous investor Samsung Catalyst Fund. The company plans to use the new funding to […]

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Open-source communities fight over telco market

Open-source communities fight over telco market When you think of MWC Barcelona, chances are you’re thinking about the newest smartphones and other mobile gadgets, but that’s only half the story. Actually, it’s probably far less than half the story because the majority of the business that’s done at MWC is enterprise telco […]

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OpenStack regroups

OpenStack regroups Only a few years ago, OpenStack was the hottest open-source project around, with a bustling startup ecosystem to boot. The project, which gives enterprises the tools to run the equivalent of AWS in their own private data centers, ran into trouble as it tried to tackle too many individual projects […]

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Pulumi raises $15M for its infrastructure as code platform

Pulumi raises M for its infrastructure as code platform Pulumi, a Seattle-based startup that lets developers specify and manage their cloud infrastructure using the programming language they already know, today announced that it has raised a $15 million Series A funding round led by Madrona Venture Group. Tola Capital also participated in […]

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OpenStack’s latest release focuses on bare metal clouds and easier upgrades

OpenStack’s latest release focuses on bare metal clouds and easier upgrades The OpenStack Foundation today released the 18th version of its namesake open-source cloud infrastructure software. The project has had its ups and downs, but it remains the de facto standard for running and managing large private clouds. What’s been interesting to watch over […]

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With its Snowball Edge, AWS now lets you run EC2 on your factory floor

With its Snowball Edge, AWS now lets you run EC2 on your factory floor AWS’s Snowball Edge devices aren’t new, but they are getting a new feature today that’ll make them infinitely more interesting than before. Until now, you could use the device to move lots of data and perform some computing […]

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