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With the Call for Papers closed, we're pleased to have a healthy list of proposals for talks submitted for the OpenStack summit, summarized below. Want to see the full presentations? Log into the OpenStack Summit April 2013 in Portland. You can vote for as many or as few presentations as you'd like. (You'll need to be an individual member of the …


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A study conducted by TrendKite shows that at this point OpenStack has more media mentions than Amazon EC2, Eucalyptus, CloudStack and OpenNebula combined. See chart below:   If that is not enough, here is another chart from the same study that appears to show that “OpenStack” media mentions are on par with that of “Cloud Computing.” This implies that most recent articles …


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There have been a lot of rumblings in the press about Dell going private lately. We care deeply, because we work closely with Dell Corporation and many of our short-term and medium-term goals can be affected by unpredictability in its behavior.  Now that the story is confirmed, I am reading articles (like this one by Dan Lyons -- http://readwrite.com/2013/02/05/michael-dell-goes-to-hell) suggesting that …


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    There have been many discussions in the cloud landscape comparing VMware and OpenStack. In fact, it's one of the most popular topics among those thinking about using OpenStack. I've given a couple of presentations to the SF Bay OpenStack Meetup on this topic and many peers have asked me to write about it. To make it interesting, I've decided to structure …


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With news this past week that BlackBerry’s Not Dead Yet, Consumerization of IT is again topical. If you think that means that the workplace technology debate revolves around iPad vs. Android, you may be missing a fundamental point. Hint: think OpenStack. Consumers are fickle, and expect constant innovation. And to be sure, smartphone vendors and the telcos that service the devices …