Unwillingness to compromise on the future.
Open source is essential. Working with a bunch of jerks is not.
$1 billion in private-cloud revenue pales next to AWS.
Its missteps over CoreOS are instructive for us all.
Which shifts competition to who best reaches developers.
They completely miss the point.
Which may not matter for most companies.
CEO Jim Whitehurst reveals his secrets.
Companies need to walk before they run as they build out their own clouds.
Mirantis launches the notoriously complicated OpenStack as a turnkey, pay-as-you-go service.
The open source community has been turning on itself lately, just like the good old days.
Ubuntu hopes it can maintain its OpenStack lead against Red Hat.
It may be pulling a Microsoft-style lock-in to promote its own version of OpenStack at the expense of open-source rivals.
If your company depends on open-source software like OpenSSL, it’s time to be proactive.
A billion-dollar investment says HP is getting serious about the cloud.
Google now has a special relationship with Red Hat, which in turn is eager to draw business customers to the cloud.
A new OpenStack compatibility initiative could open the cloud-software project further—while also possibly undermining Red Hat.
Peter Levine warns startups not to try becoming the next Red Hat. He needn’t bother. No one has bothered for years.
The future of data is being open sourced by Facebook, Twitter and other Web giants, who are building upon open infrastructure laid by IBM, Red Hat and others.
Red Hat’s Linux dominance doesn’t count in the cloud, but that may change soon.