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Posts Tagged ‘open source’
Blog, Enterprise IT - Thursday, December 12, 2013 16:56 - 0 Comments
blog Most of the cloud computing stories we hear about involve major vendors. You know the ones we’re talking about: VMware, Microsoft, Salesforce.com, Amazon and so on. These are household names. But what you may not realise is that there are other options out there for building cloud computing stacks. And some of them are not based on proprietary technologies and vendor lock-in at all. iTNews reports (we recommend you click here for the full article) on a fascinating cloud computing case study in Western Australia:
“The Western Australian Institute for Medical Research will today take ownership of a private cloud solution built almost entirely of open source technologies to prepare for an influx of researchers over the coming weeks.”
- Who’s open sourcing in Australian government?
- Is Kogan violating the GPL?
- Govt CTO Sheridan on open source, cloud
- Software is officially a rip-off in Australia,
So what can you do?
- Pia Waugh quits as Senator Lundy advisor
- Telstra frees T-Hub open source code
- “Sensible & pragmatic”: MS on open source policy
- Open source policy pleases Red Hat, Linux Australia
- Ballarat wins Linux.conf.au 2012 bid
- Further views on AGIMO’s open source policy
- IT’S MANDATORY: Govt forces open source option
- ATO brings Linux users in from the cold
- Telstra promises GPL fix, if necessary
- Review: Kogan eBook reader
- Aussie Govts don’t know how to buy open source
- CIO outside the box: De Bortoli’s Bill Robertson
- Victoria expands Linux e-voting rollout
- Friday Five: Donna Benjamin
- Brisbane wins Linux.conf.au 2011