At Red Hat's annual summit, it announced that not only is it supporting a new technology for distributing server apps intact, but it will actively build onto that technology and integrate it into RHEL.
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In the second part of his interview with FierceEnterpriseCommunications, Ross Piper makes the case that the role of a cloud service is to bridge the gaps between operating systems, and build that bridge into a platform.
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