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IBM moved to increase the base of developers interested in using its OpenStack-based Bluemix PaaS this week, launching developerWorks Open. The company also open sourced 50 new projects,


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Intel and Rackspace have announced the ‘Cloud for All’ initiative, which includes the formation of the OpenStack Innovation Center, to be located at Rackspace’s San Antonio headquarters.


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Adrian Cockroft on containers, Docker, microservices, Google joining the OpenStack Foundation, Kubernetes’ release, and what it’s like to be the guy who checks out new ideas.


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When we’re talking about running in production, it’s important to be certain as to how it’s going to perform under various circumstances.


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The CNCF’s goal is to provided interoperability among container management projects such as Kubernetes, Mesos, and Docker Swarm.


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Let’s take a look back at the big stories that OpenStack:Now has covered in the last 12 months.


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It’s OpenStack’s fifth birthday, and we’re giving you the presents! One of the best parts of OpenStack is the community, and we want to make sure that anyone who wants to can participate.


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Lithium’s Social as a Serivce platform is transforming into containerized microservices running on Kubernetes and Mirantis OpenStack.


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Kubernetes can run on any cloud, so what’s the role for OpenStack? Kubernetes integration with OpenStack allows you to have a common container scheduler across public and private clouds.


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In a sign that the Infrastructure as a Service landscape is changing before our eyes, Google this week announced that it had become a sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation.