• Open source virtualization software still trails, despite improvements

    Open source virtualization software has improved, and admins want more choice, but VMware and Hyper-V still dominate the market.

    Colin Steele2,225 pointsBadges:
  • Comparing open source cloud platforms: OpenStack versus Eucalyptus

    OpenStack, Rackspace and NASA's new open source cloud offering, has already drawn significant praise. How does it compare to open source stalwart Eucalyptus?

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Getting quizzical with open source cloud computing

    An apple on the teacher's desk won't help you with this open source cloud quiz, which includes facts on OpenStack, Docker, Hadoop and more. Test your knowledge to see where you stack up.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Today’s technologies shape VAR offerings

    Virtualization, open source and cloud computing are just some of the new options solution providers are pitching to save clients money and improve their productivity.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Benefits of open source 3-D printing may outweigh risks, experts say

    There's a world of possibilities for manufacturers and consumers when it comes to open source 3-D printing, but potential risks should not be ignored.

    brendacole600 pointsBadges:
  • Hadoop users see bumps in the open source road

    Hadoop has watched its popularity grow exponentially, and the market projects an even greater explosion in the future -- but, there's a flip side to every coin.

    PKorzen410 pointsBadges:
  • OpenDaylight: Can hardware vendors really lead open source SDN?

    With the OpenDaylight Project, vendors are hoping to collaborate on open source SDN. But it could turn into a battlefield for an SDN holy war.

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,100 pointsBadges:
  • Open source saves hospital’s old PCs from dump

    An Iowa medical center rescued 100 PCs from certain death using open-source software from the Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP).

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • IBM joins Pivotal in developing Cloud Foundry’s open source PaaS

    IBM will collaborate with Pivotal to develop Cloud Foundry's open source PaaS to allow enterprises to freely choose the platform they want.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Pivotal’s open source PaaS play arrives in-house

    Pivotal's latest offering includes private PaaS for enterprises. Sounds great in theory, but will it work across multiple platforms?

    AHughes150 pointsBadges:

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