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For those of us who do not want a dystopian oligopoly in cloud, what is a viable alternative?


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Even now, the conversations are still going on, as developers and architects try to decide on the “right” way to construct these applications — and whether and where OpenStack fits into the picture.


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Nick Chase and John Jainschigg talk to Jonathan Bryce of the OpenStack Foundation about what companies really want from OpenStack, and whether containers really need OpenStack.


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Some time ago we started a virtual round-table looking at one particular networking issue, and now it’s high time to reveal the first results.


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Nick Chase talks with analyst and Cloud Don founder Sriram Subramanian about the future of OpenStack, containers (of course) and the new breed of startups in the OpenStack ecosystem.


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Most companies choose a distribution — and the support that comes with it — for OpenStack. You can see the same phenomenon at play in the nascent world of containers and container orchestration.


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Big Blue is announcing developerWorks Recipes, showing developers how to create applications that work with devices. One place you can try out all of that good stuff is on IBM Bluemix.


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HP has purchased Stackato with the intention of using it to enhance the HP Helion Developer Platform.


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Nick Chase and John Jainschigg talk to Cisco VP and Cloud Services CTO Lew Tucker about networking, being a nice guy in a big company, and what neurology has to do with networking.


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In this OpenStack anniversary post from 2035, Nick Chase traces OpenStack’s history from its birth in 2010 to the present, and from there, into the realm of sci-fi and fantasy.