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IBM SoftLayer still not quite ready for prime time

IBM's heavy investment in SoftLayer over the first 12 months got the attention of many IT shops. But some say IBM needs to deliver more before they can commit.

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How DevOps becomes cloud orchestration

Applications are getting complicated and finding the best tools is tough. Cloud orchestration and DevOps can help, but they aren't quite the same thing.

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Rackspace leads the way with managed cloud

Despite Rackspace's uncertain future, its cloud continues to be a force in the market, from its OpenStack initiative down to its managed cloud support.

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The four rules of building highly available cloud apps

The first rule about building highly available cloud apps is: You do not think of apps; you think of services. But that's only the first rule.

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    Docker acquires Orchard as it eyes enterprise market

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    IBM SoftLayer still not quite ready for prime time

    IBM's heavy investment in SoftLayer over the first 12 months got the attention of many IT shops. But some say IBM needs to deliver more before they can commit.

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    Rackspace goes back to its roots to stand out in the cloud

    Rackspace introduced a two-tiered pricing model that will move all future customers into managed services and provide greater pricing transparency as the hosting provider attempts to carve a niche in the IaaS space.