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SUSE targets simplification with OpenStack Cloud 6 release

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German open source vendor SUSE claims its new OpenStack Cloud 6 is designed to overcome the fear of commitment that is putting IT buyers off engagement with the cloud.

Survey reveals support for OpenStack but fears over hidden costs

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Almost all IT professionals want to adopt OpenStack but fear the hidden costs, according to a new study by SUSE Linux.

What is OpenStack? The Foundation’s still figuring it out

Alan Clark, chair of the OpenStack Foundation’s board of directors and director of industry initiatives, emerging standards and open source at Suse

The development of OpenStack moving forward is likely to focus on refining the existing features and capabilities within the project and securing agreement on a common idea of what the core OpenStack platform consists of, according to Alan Clark, chair of the OpenStack Foundation’s board of directors and director of industry initiatives, emerging standards and open source at Suse.

Altibase drops SUSE for Red Hat

Altibase selected Red Hat for its big data platform, dropping SUSE

In-memory computing vendor Altibase announced Thursday that the company is partnering with Red Hat in a deal that will see the latter power over 1,200 global deployments of the company’s hybrid database cloud platform, dropping its existing partner Suse. The move is a blow to Suse, which is losing market share in the cloud to other Linux incumbents.

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