The open-source OpenStack project promises to provide a new way for developers to embrace cloud computing. New updates to the project show a great deal of momentum.
The computing giant continues to push its cloud computing effort in a deal rumored in the region of $2 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The shift means that Eucalyptus--once the core cloud for Ubuntu--has been sidelined in favor of OpenStack.
The networking giant is actively working with the open-source community to make cloud networking more efficient and dynamic.
By arguing that programming interfaces called APIs can be copyrighted, Oracle could trigger new legal burdens for technology companies -- such as those building cloud-computing platforms.
Nearly three-quarters of open-source users are considering production deployments of the OpenStack cloud platform, a survey says.
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