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Is an Open Source Cloud Smackdown Coming?

October 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: CMS Wire

Cloud adoption and open source were just a few years ago considered risky, cutting-edge approaches only pursued by the most confident (or poor) of technology departments. Times have changed. Even the federal government — definitely not known for its propensity to be early adopters — has embraced both. Despite the growth in adoption and acceptance, the intersection of cloud and open source still has a quite a bit of maturing to do, and from the looks of things, some of that growing up might be quite a battle.

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