This week’s open source cloud headlines include several OpenStack-related announcements, denials from VMware that it might spin off its own open source Cloud Foundry and a new global-scale CloudStack deployment.
HP Cloud Object Storage and CDN Move to General Availability
HP Scaling the Cloud Blog
Two of HP’s four OpenStack-based enterprise public cloud services will move out of public beta on Aug. 1. (For more on HP’s cloud strategy, see our profile on Linux.com from July 3.)
The ARM-Powered Cloud Comes To OpenStack
Alex Williams writes that contributors to OpenStack have developed the first ARM powered OpenStack cloud as a zone in TryStack.org.
Rackspace will transition its cloud to OpenStack on Aug. 1.
VMware Cloud Foundry: Spinning Off or Staying Home?
Talkin’ Cloud Blog
Rumors are swirling that following the departure of its CEO, VMware will spin off its open source Cloud Foundry project. The company has denied the speculation.
Datapipe launches largest CloudStack deployment
The company claims to have the first global deployment of CloudStack IaaS platform, in datacenters across North America, Europe and Asia.
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