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Cloud.com, a new Open Source Cloud management platform..

With a domain like Cloud.com you are doomed to deliver something Virtualization related, And today that plan became visible for the rest of the world, the company formerly known as VMOps , today emerges from stealth mode and announces that …

openQRM Lives On

Good news for openQRM.

Matt Rechenburg, the openQRM team lead just wrote in that he founded openQRM Enterprise GmbH, together with some core members of the openQRM Team, openQRM Enterprise is now the new main sponsor and support company behind the openQRM Open Source Data Center Management and Cloud Computing Platform.

Have a look at Convirture

The guys over at Convirture have a mission .. “Enterprise-grade management for OSS hypervisor & cloud platforms.”. They want to close the gap between the Command Line based Linux Admins and the CIO’s that want to have nice administration interface …

Floss Virtualization Doesn’t Care About Marketing …

It cares about Quality and Frequent code releases. The Open Source community doesn’t wait till the week before VMWorld to announe big news, they just code along happily and when the coding is done.. they release their software. And there …

openQRM 4.3 Hits The Street

At the verge of the old year .. Matthias Rechenburg released the 4.3 edition of openQRM The new 4.3 release comes with improved usability for the storage management , implemented storage security features , a new debian build system, different …

openQRM 4.2 Released, Includes Cloud Sauce

Matt just let us know that he released openQRM 4.2 into the wild. This new opensource openQRM release includes VMware ESX and Citrix XenServer support, a Puppet plugin and the Cloud Add-on. This new version comes with additional support for …

openQRM 4.1 Released With Support for KVM

Matt just sent mail to let us know that the openQRM team has released a fresh openQRM 4.1 After the initial 4.0 release of the “next generation” of openQRM, re-written in PHP, the new release comes with some nice new …

Workspace Service Morphs Into Nimbus 2.0

The Workspace Service project part of Globus.org has just announced it’s rebranding and releasing the 2.0 version of what will now be known as Nimbus.

Qlusters Shuts Down

Qlusters, the company formerly behind the openQRM project shutters only about a year after it raised $10 million in a Series C round. The last 30 employees of the company were informed earlier this week of the company’s decision.

openQRM 4.0 (Beta), Going Strong

Matt Rechenburg has just announced the beta version of openQRM 4.0. Not even that long after Qlusters decided to set the project free, the openQRM team has changed directions in a way Qlusters never would have allowed.

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