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OpenStack innovates in the open
This is a condensed version of the blog post: A tale of two expanding clouds: Amazon and OpenStack. Read more there about the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong. Comments welcome.
2 comments Posted 3 Dec 2013 by Diane Mueller (Red Hat) Feed
Open source: The antidote for "too big to fail"
If you look at the evolution of the IT landscape over the past 30 years, you see two distinct trends: the continued growth of the IT dinosaurs (mainframe computing and mainframe wannabes like Sun) and the emergence of highly modular, adaptable systems, which, by their very process of evolution, not... Read more
4 comments Posted 20 Oct 2011 by Michael Tiemann (Red Hat) Feed
"There is no standard Google anymore," says Eli Pariser in a recent TED talk. And he's right. Try it. Google the same thing as the person sitting next to you and compare the results. Chances are, they're different. According to Pariser, that's because Google uses as many as 57 different signals to... Read more
6 comments Posted 1 Jul 2011 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
I’m feeling a little nostalgic. Reading Amazon’s announcement about the recent Cloud Drive music service, I immediately thought of quite a few other moments where the music industry provoked a sense of overwhelming... disappointment. They just don’t get it. They. You know, The Music Industry. Sony... Read more
1 comment Posted 4 Apr 2011 by bascha (Red Hat) Feed
Recently, the Washington Post highlighted how the United States Navy ordered cessation of new server and data center procurement. The Navy cited a recent announcement by Federal CIO, Vivek Kundra, detailing a general movement to cloud-based computing (including a requirement for departments and... Read more
1 comment Posted 9 Mar 2011 by John J. Feed
For my birthday several months ago, I got a Kindle. No fewer than three people have since asked me, "What are you doing with a Kindle? It's not very open source-y." Confession: I love my Kindle. I only have one book to carry when I travel. I can play games. And it let me tweet from Paris over free... Read more
7 comments Posted 4 Jan 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Last weekend, I rented a movie through YouTube. In the interest of full disclosure, I suppose I should tell you straight away that I don't own a television. I sold mine seven years ago, after the year 2003 saw the debut of Nashville Star, The O.C., Fame, and some train-wreck reality show starring... Read more
2 comments Posted 20 Oct 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
This is the second part of a two-part series examining an open source publishing project--an art book--as a fund-raising effort. If you missed it, you might want to catch the first half in our archives. Publishing Print-on-demand self-publishing companies abound. The trouble with most of them--if... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Oct 2010 by Beverly Pearl Feed
Traditional media companies are in big trouble. You may have noticed. You know who else has noticed? David Pakman, currently a partner at the prestigious Venrock venture capital firm. You may also know David as the former CEO of eMusic—a fairly disruptive media company in its own right. David has... Read more
5 comments Posted 2 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed