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Microsoft launches Azure Container Service, minus Kubernetes

Microsoft's containers-as-a-service system on Azure has thrown open its doors to all users, but for now, it's Mesosphere DCOS and Docker Swarm only

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Google open source hybrid cloud gets new OpenStack backup driver

The Cinder driver, which allows Google Cloud Platform to be used as a backup target by OpenStack, is an important addition to the company's hybrid cloud

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OpenStack simplifies management with Mitaka release

The latest OpenStack release provides a unified CLI, standardized APIs across projects, and one-step setups for many components

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NTT Com adds OpenStack, Cloud Foundry, and bare metal option to global cloud service

The company is also expanding connectivity and management tools for hybrid cloud environments and rolling them out worldwide

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IBM pursues new school and old guard with latest cloud wares

With new cloud services for WebSphere, Swift, and GitHub Enterprise, IBM courts enterprises of all stripes

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Red Hat, Microsoft buddy up to run RHEL in Azure

Red Hat Enterprise Linux images are now available in Azure, with both Microsoft and Red Hat providing support -- and boosting Microsoft's hybrid cloud strategy

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IBM unveils z13s mainframe focused on security and hybrid clouds

The z13s, IBM's first new mainframe in almost three years, offers encryption at twice the speed as previous mid-range systems

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VMware’s new management tools are hybrid, hybrid, hybrid

VMware wants to manage your data center and the public cloud

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Report shows Docker, hybrid cloud usage on the rise

Survey reveals solid growth in hybrid cloud and Docker/devops tools, as well as a growing need for people with cloud expertise

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Microsoft introduces four tools and services for Azure Stack

The first versions of Web app deployment, data-access providers, and other add-ons are ready for developers to try out

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Microsoft Azure Stack brings the cloud to your data center

Azure Stack for private data centers is meant to give customers development and management experiences very like the public Azure

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Companies, start your (hybrid) clouds: Azure Stack's first beta is coming

Meet Microsoft's latest attempt to bridge the on-premises and public worlds

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First look: Microsoft Azure Stack hits the ground running

Technical preview of Microsoft's hybrid cloud platform drives just like Azure, drawing on the same APIs, tools, and templates

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HP, Dell, Cisco maintain their dominance in enterprise hardware

HP and Dell are still server kings, but Cisco retains a lock on every other kind of enterprise hardware in a slow-moving market

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The road to cloud native may start and end at Google

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is figuring out what our container-powered app-stack future looks like, to Google's benefit

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Consistency is key to new Cloud Foundry certification program

The open source PaaS puts its new seal of approval on select Cloud Foundry editions, hoping the choice of versions and contributors will set it apart from Red Hat's OpenShift

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Red Hat CloudForms 4 takes command of Azure and containers

Red Hat's hybrid cloud management solution adds Azure and container tech to an arsenal of supported technologies

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HP Enterprise Synergy servers: Flexibility for the cloud, but at what cost?

The Synergy line of servers uses a new hardware-level API for composing private and hybrid clouds, but cheaper software-only solutions may be good enough

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