Posts Tagged: openstack

How OpenStack Helped Oak Ridge National Laboratory Centralize Workloads

The below is an excerpt from GovLoop’s latest industry perspective on open source. To read the full thing, head here. Much has been made of how cloud computing cuts IT costs, helps systems operate more efficiently, and increases agility. But what about its role in scientific efforts? Can the cloud help scientists and researchers? RecentRead… Read more »

Why Open Cloud Computing Standards Are an Imperative for Government

We’re at an exciting inflection point: new converging developments in technology – the rise of mobile, social, and the cloud – are creating new opportunities for tremendous growth and value. This transformation, powered by the Internet, has created enormous opportunities and societal good, much that would not been realized without a pervasive commitment to openRead… Read more »

Energy CIO, HHS CTO Among Red Hat Symposium Speakers

Red Hat has unveiled a list of keynote speakers for this year’s Red Hat Government Symposium to be held in Washington on Nov. 9. The symposium aims to provide professionals a venue to discuss the impacts and changing role of open source technology, as well as innovations in the field, Red Hat said Friday. “(OpenRead… Read more »

Join Me at Open Gov West: Our Model Works Best with 2 or more Opensocial Portals

Join me @OpenGovWest March 26, 27 2010 in Seattle, WA: OpenNASA/OpenXXX, our model works best with 2 portals: My idea for two next-gen portals: Gadgets for Govt Benefits. OpenOPM/OpenNASA: My idea for two opensocial portals: Disaster Recovery use case. OpenDHS/OpenNASA: OpenEPA v2.0 Portal: Earth Apps for “Going Green”: on SteroidsRead… Read more »