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We kicked off the OpenShift Commons OpenShift on OpenStack SIG with a presentation by SIG Chair, Judd Matlin of Dell on Dell’s Reference Architecture. Source: Introducing OpenShift on OpenStack Special Interest Group – OpenShift Blog

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VMware signed deals with Microsoft, Google and IBM earlier this year as it has shifted firmly to a hybrid cloud strategy, but it was the deal it signed with AWS this week that has had everybody… Source: AWS gets richer with VMware partnership | TechCrunch

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Red Hat introduced Wednesday QuickStart Cloud Installer as part of Red Hat Cloud Suite, its pre-integrated set of cloud technologies. With the web-based, graphical QuickStart Cloud Installer, users can orchestrate the installation of Red Hat Cloud Suite…

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Red Hat introduces the Quickstart Cloud Installer, the newest feature of Red Hat Cloud Suite designed to orchestrate and install all Red Hat Cloud Suite components from a single interface. A single, web-based intuitive interface enables users to provision…

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Ansible 2 eases configuration management while boosting playbooks, modules, and Windows support At a time when the configuration management market was dominated by Puppet and Chef, an open source project called Ansible emerged with a simpler approach to…

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Despite the container tidal wave (i.e,OpenShift/Docker/Kubernetes/Mesosphere/Swarm/Joyent/CoreOS/Atomic/CoreOS et al.) virtualization technology still remains very relevant. Red Hat now has “Visionary” ranking in the 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for x86…

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Jim Whitehurst at Linuxcon on how the open-source management style works

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RHEL 7.3 Beta now available

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To some, containers and virtualization are essentially the same thing – a rip and replace alternative for the other. To others, they are completely different technologies with different use cases. The truth is that containers and virtualization do have a…

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The Why: What’s the Fuss and Why Should You Bother Thinking About Containers? If I were a CEO, the first question I’d ask anytime someone presented a new technology to me, would be a simple one: Why? As in Why this software or tool? What’s its purpose?…
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